3 edition of Anti-slavery missions found in the catalog.
January 1, 1851
by Cornell University Library
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||24|
The HMS Gannet’s History of Anti-Slavery Missions 10/07/ 10/07/ All Blogs List, Daily GOOD News, YouTube GoodNews, YouTube Smithsonian Channel The HMS Gannet was a small cruiser that played a large role in enforcing the interests of the British Empire. But in , an American Baptist Anti-Slavery Convention brought the issue into the open. The Baptist Foreign Mission Board denied a request by the Alabama Convention that slave owners be eligible to become missionaries. Finally, a Baptist Free Mission Society was formed and refused Southern money.
The collection contains materials gathered by James Birney in the course of his anti-slavery labors, and items gathered by William Birney while preparing a biography of his father. Over the years the collection has been augmented and now includes both anti- . This comprehensive study of women anti-slavery campaigners fills a serious gap in the history of anti-slavery and women. Covering all stages of the anti-slavery campaign, Women Against Slavery uses hitherto neglected sources to build up a vivid picture of the lives, words and actions of the women who were involved. It examines the extent of women's involvement, looks at the .
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Our vision Our vision is a world free from slavery. Our mission Our mission is to work directly and indirectly with beneficiaries and stakeholders from a grassroots to an international level to eradicate slavery and its causes from the world.
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Despite historians’ recognition of the fruitful intersections between the anti-slavery and missionary movements, their historiographies had separate origins and are still treated separately in many cases.
6 The nineteenth-century volume of the Oxford History of the British Empire serves to illustrate this: Andrew Porter's chapters Cited by: Blog by Anti-Slavery’s Business and Humans Rights Manager, Chloe Cranston. 23 July Anti-Slavery International joins organisations from around the world, requesting that companies ensure that they are not linked to the horrific abuses of workers in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China, known locally as East Turkistan.
The Tensions of Internationalism: Transnational Anti-Slavery in the s and s. The International History Review: Vol. 33, Size Matters: Scales and Spaces in Transnational and Comparative History (Guest Editors: Bernhard Struck. Christian Missions, Anti-Slavery and the Ambiguities of ‘Civilisation’, c.
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Traffickers and oppressors can freely abuse children, women and men without fear of punishment – but not when people like you step in. Give vulnerable people the. GT: I think the interesting thing for me, especially I served my mission in South Carolina, so I’m very familiar with Southern Baptists and Pentecostals and all sorts ofinslavery was legal and Joseph Smith is talking about freeing the slaves.
I don’t think that went very well in the South. Derek: It didn’ one blind spot that I have is, as a historian. Hollis, ‘Anti-Slavery and British Working-Class Radicalism’, in C. Bolt and S. Drescher (eds), Anti-Slavery, Religion and Reform: Essays in Memory of Roger Anstey (Folkstone, Kent, ) pp.
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It is proposed to make in the college library an anti-slavery collection, complete as possible, for the future historian, in which shall be gathered every book, every pamphlet, every report, every tract, every newspaper, and every private letter on the subject.
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