William Lloyd Garrison (Classic Reprint)

William Lloyd Garrison (Classic Reprint)

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1805 Born, December 10, at Newburyport, Mass.

1818. Apprenticed printer in Newburyport Herald office.

1826. Buys Essex Courant and founds Free Press.

1828. Edits National Philanthropist. Meets Benjamin Lundy.

1829. Edits Burlington (Vt.) Journal of the Times. Park St. Church address on Colonization.

1830. Associate

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Excerpt from William Lloyd Garrison

1805 Born, December 10, at Newburyport, Mass.

1818. Apprenticed printer in Newburyport Herald office.

1826. Buys Essex Courant and founds Free Press.

1828. Edits National Philanthropist. Meets Benjamin Lundy.

1829. Edits Burlington (Vt.) Journal of the Times. Park St. Church address on Colonization.

1830. Associate editor of Genius of Universal Emancipation. Sued by Francis Todd for libel in Baltimore. Convicted and jailed.

1831. Issues first number of Liberator. Indicted in North Carolina.

1832. Founds New England Anti-Slavery Society. Issues Thoughts on Colonization. Firgt visit to England.

1834. Marries Helen Eliza Benson.

1835. Marked for assassination.

1836. Mobbed in Boston.

1838. Speaks at Pennsylvania Hall, Phila.

1839. First speech in Faneuil Hall.

1840. Second visit to British Isles.

1842. Reads Irish address in Faneuil Hall. Mobbed at Syracuse.

1843. Calls the Constitution "a covenant with death," etc. President of American Anti-Slavery Society.

1844. Offers disunion resolutions at Faneuil Hall.

1846. Third visit to British Isles.

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ISBN-13:
9781331239284
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
07/12/2015
Pages:
308
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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