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by Douglas C. Stange

Author: Douglas C. Stange
Subcategory: Sociology
Language: English
Publisher: Associated Univ Pr (May 1, 1977)
Pages: 308 pages
Category: Politics
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Patterns Of Antislaver. by Douglas C. Stange.

Patterns Of Antislaver.

by Douglas C. Description: The story of the Unitarian denomination and the antislavery crisis, spanning the years 1831 to 1860. Patterns of Antislavery Among American Unitarians, 1831-1860. Within the chronological history a typological approach has been taken, and the study concentrates on the activity of individual Unitarian ministers and laymen as antislavery reformers.

ISBN13:9780838617977.

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Stange, Douglas C. Publication, Distribution, et. Rutherford . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, (c)1977.

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Douglas Stange, in "Patterns of Antislavery among American Unitarians, 1831-1860" This workshop explores how Unitarians and Universalists responded to the issue of slavery in the mid-19th century

Douglas Stange, in "Patterns of Antislavery among American Unitarians, 1831-1860" This workshop explores how Unitarians and Universalists responded to the issue of slavery in the mid-19th century. Although in modern times, we have come to praise the Unitarian and Universalist leaders who were outspoken in their support of abolition, the Unitarians and Universalists of the era were, in fact, very divided on the issue of slavery

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n-us -. Strange. 308 p. 9 Associated University Presses, In. 17Nov77; A928103.

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