Anti-Slavery, Abolitionist, and Colonizationist Societies 

Thousands of people participated in the American Abolitionist Movement. Some leaders, such as Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison, remain well-known as abolitionists. Others became better known for contributions made outside their efforts to end slavery. Others still joined and formed Anti-Slavery, Abolitionist, and Colonizationist societies, such as the ones listed below.   

Officers of the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1833-1840

The Officers of the American Colonization Society, 1833-41

Officers of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-39

Officers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-40

Officers of the Massachusetts Abolition Society, 1839-

Officers of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1840-55

Officers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, 1840-60-

Officers of the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1840-64

Officers of the American Abolition Society, 1855-59

Officers of the Church Anti-Slavery Society, 1859-64

      Links about Anti-Slavery, Abolitionist, and Colonizationist Societies

Image courtesy of the African American Mosaic.

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