5 edition of James G. Birney And His Times found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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The Union Township Public Libraryâ€™s Anti-Slavery Collection contains materials that document the struggle to end slavery, and highlight Ripleyâ€™s unique history as an Underground Railroad site. While some documents in the Anti-Slavery Collection are for research only, . James G. Birney has appeared in the following books: What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, - and William Lloyd Garrison and the.
James Gillespie Birney >A lawyer and presidential candidate, James Gillespie Birney () was >the most influential American political leader of the antislavery movement >in its early phases. James G. Birney was born on Feb. William Birney, James G. Birney and His Times (), is still useful. The story of James G. Birney, a Kentucky-born son of an Irish immigrant slave owner, had only been told in bits and pieces until the recent publication of a fresh view of Birney and his family by.
William Birney, the son of James G. Birney (class of ) wrote that his father could not, as a college student, avoid the subject of slavery because “it wasdaily suggested by the presence of slaves who swept the corridors of the dormitories.” (William Birney, James G. Birney and His Times: The Genesis of the Republican Party With. James G. Birney and his times the genesis of the Republican Party with some account of abolition movements in the South before / by: Birney, William, Published: () Sketches of the life and writings of James Gillespie Birney by: Green, Beriah, Published: ().
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Born to an affluent Irish Episcopalian slaveholder of the same name in Danville, Kentucky, James G. Birney lost his mother during his io-holding.com and his sister were raised by their aunt, who had come over from Scotland at the request of his father to look after the two.
Byhis father's two sisters and their families had migrated from Ireland, settling on farms near his io-holding.com: James Gillespie Birney, February 4. James G. Birney and His Times: The Genesis of the Republican Party with Some Account of Abolition Movements in the South before, BY: William Birney James Gillespie Birney: Slaveholder to Abolitionist,BY: Betty Lorraine Fladeland Author of books: On the Sin of Holding Slaves (, nonfiction) Letter on Colonization ( Born: Feb 04, Read the full-text online edition of James G.
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Birney's transition from slaveholder to abolitionist began in Kentucky, where he was born on February 4, Both his father, James Birney Sr., and maternal grandfather, John Reed, supported the ideals of abolition but embraced the financial benefits conferred upon plantation owners by enslaved labor.
The Philanthropist was an abolitionist newspaper printed in Cincinnati, Ohio starting inedited by James G. Birney and published by a printer named Achilles Pugh for the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. Originally published at New Richmond, Ohio due to complications with Cincinnati mayor Samuel W.
Davies, the paper moved to Cincinnati in April to resume io-holding.comcal alignment: abolitionist. Learn James G. Birney with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 99 different sets of James G. Birney flashcards on Quizlet. James Birney was an abolitionist, an opponent of slavery, in the years before the American Civil War.
Birney was born on February 4,in Danville, Kentucky. His parents were wealthy slave owners, but like a number of other slaveholders in the Upper South, they believed that it was only a matter of time before slavery would end.
James G. Birney and his times the genesis of the Republican Party with some account of abolition movements in the South before / by William Birney. About this Book Catalog Record Details.
James G. Birney and his times the genesis of the Republican Party Birney, William, Jan 31, · James Gillespie Birney, prominent opponent of slavery in the United States who was twice the presidential candidate of the abolitionist Liberty Party.
Birney was trained in law and practiced in Danville. He won election to the Kentucky legislature in. Around Birney and his wife moved from Michigan to New Jersey where he died in To learn more about James G. Birney, consult the following resources: The American Churches, the Bulwarks of American Slavery By James G.
Birney R.B. Pamphlets Bac. The Anti-Slavery Examiner: Correspondence, Between the Hon. Elmore, One of the South Carolina Delegation in Congress, and James G.
Birney, One of the Secretaries of. ^ a b Birney, William (). James G. Birney and His Times. Appleton & Company. ^ a b National Portrait Gallery ^ History of Bay County, Michigan: And Representative Citizens By Augustus H Gansser ^ The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge By George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana page Born: James Gillespie Birney, February 4.
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Birney Papers, ; bulk Finding aid created by Philip Heslip, March Summary Information. Dwight L. Dumond published many of Birney's letters related to abolition and anti-slavery in his book Letters of James Gillespie Birney, See .Nov 05, · His book, The Life and Times of James G.
Birney, was no different, seemingly referencing Garrison in every other sentence in order to discredit him. The writings of Birney and his opponents thereby underscore the extent to which the allure of historical homage consumed these combatants—and how the fight for racial justice became lost in.