Cotton and Capital: Boston Businessmen and Antislavery Reform, 1854-1868
by Richard dean
University of Massachusetts Press
Paper: 978-1-55849-745-0

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Abbott examines the activities and ideology of a group of Boston-area businessmen who promoted the cause of black freedom from the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act to the election of Ulysses A. Grant as president.

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