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||On their own terms : a historiographical essay / by Nancy A. Hewitt -- Abolition's conservative sisters : the ladies New York City Anti-Slavery Societies, 1834-1840 / by Amy Swerdlow -- The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society and the limits of gender politics / by Debra Gold Hansen -- Priorities and power : the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society / Jean R. Soderlund -- The world the agitators made : the counterculture of agitation in urban Philadelphia / by Emma Jones Lapsansky -- "You have talents--only cultivate them? : Philadelphia's Black Female literary societies and the abolitionist crusade / by Julie Winch -- Benevolence and antislavery activity among African American women in New York and Boston, 1820-1840 / Anne M. Boylan -- Difference, slavery and memory : sojourner truth in feminist abolitionism / by Nell Irvin Painter -- The female antislavery movement / by Carolyn Williams -- Let your names be enrolled" / by Deborah Bingham Van Brockhoven -- Graphic discord / by Phillip Lapsansky -- Abbey Kelley and the process of liberation / by Keith Melder -- "A good work among the people" / by Lee Chambers-Schiller -- By moral force alone : the antislavery women and nonresistance / by Margaret Hope Bacon -- Women who speak for an entire nation" / by Kathryn Kish Sklar.
|General note||"Published in cooperation with the Library Company of Philadelphia."|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. -340) and index.|