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eBook Boston's Abolitionists (NE Remembers) ePub

by Robert Allison,Kerri Greenidge

  • ISBN: 1933212195
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Robert Allison,Kerri Greenidge
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Commonwealth Editions (August 22, 2006)
  • Pages: 96
  • ePub book: 1541 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1764 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 187

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Ships from and sold by jomar books. Boston's Abolitionists, by Kerri Greenridge, provides an exceptional and detailed history of key figures in Boston's abolition movement, the locations where they lived and work, and how the movement progressed through time. The book is easy to read and highly descriptive. I enjoyed it thoroughly and could not recommend a book more highly.

Books by Kerri Greenidge. Boston's Abolitionists (NE Remembers). by Robert Allison and Kerri Greenidge.

Robert J. Allison is chairman of the history department of Suffolk University in Boston and teaches courses in American Constitutional history and the history of Boston at Harvard Extension School.

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I chair the History Department at Suffolk University, where I get to teach great courses on Boston history and American Constitutional HIstory

Professor · Boston, Massachusetts. Have taught at Suffolk since 1992. Also teach in the Harvard Extension School. I chair the History Department at Suffolk University, where I get to teach great courses on Boston history and American Constitutional HIstory. Live in South Boston with my wife Phyllis and our two sons, John Robert and Phil.

In the years before the Civil War, Boston's black leaders helped fight slavery from a vibrant African-American community on Beacon Hill.

Comments

HappyLove HappyLove
A short but informative book with, at times, surprisingly subtle insights into American slavery during this time period.
Isha Isha
A good, brief summary of the period and the movement. However, it is based on secondary sources only, but many of the sources are not listed. This is a good book to get started, however.
Orevise Orevise
Upon moving to Beacon Hill in 2012, I discovered I was living in a building constructed in 1865, in a neighborhood where the country's abolition movement flourished. Boston is rich with an incredible history and learning the history of the abolitionist movement has made living in this particular neighborhood a pleasure. Courageous souls lived here and their energy lingers, inspiring Bostonians to continue creating progressive change in the 21st century.

Boston's Abolitionists, by Kerri Greenridge, provides an exceptional and detailed history of key figures in Boston's abolition movement, the locations where they lived and work, and how the movement progressed through time. The book is easy to read and highly descriptive. I enjoyed it thoroughly and could not recommend a book more highly. Thanks to the author for this exceptional work!