THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION: A Study of Anglo-American Co-operation 1833-1877.
Edition: First printing.
London: Oxford University Press, 1969. Hardcover first edition - An examination of the early history of the British anti-slavery movement, the attitudes of Britons in general to the Jamaica revolt of 1865 and to Reconstruction, but especially a study of how for 5 years, from 1863-68, the anti-slavery movement in England found a new cause and a new lease of life in the needs of the four million Negroes freed by the Civil War. 197 pgs, selected bibliography, index.
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