The dangers of slavery

Garrison, William Lloyd
August 2017
Dangers of Slavery;8/1/2017, p77
Primary Source Document
Presents the 19th century American abolitionist's anti-slavery address at Park Street Church in Boston, Massachusetts, dated July 4, 1829.


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