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Aptheker, Herbert. "The Quakers and Negro Slavery." JNH. 25 (July 1940): 331-62. Also published in Towards Negro Freedom (New York, 1956).

Banner, Lois. "Religion and Reform in the Early Republic: The Role of Youth." AQ. 22 (December 1971): 677-95.

------. "Religious Benevolence as Social Control: A Critique of an Interpretation." JAH. 60 (June 1973): 23-41.

Bartour, Ron. "American Views on 'Biblical Slavery': 1835-1865: A Comparative Study." Slavery and Abolition. 4 (May 1983): 41-63.

Billington, Louis. "The Millerite Adventists in Great Britain, 1840-1850." Journal of American Studies, (1967): 191-212.

Boison, Anton T. "Divided Protestantism in a Midwest County." Journal of Religion, 20.

Boller, Paul. "Washington, the Quakers and Slavery." JNH. 46 (April 1961): 83-88.

Bourne, Theodore. "George Bourne, the Pioneer of American Anti-Slavery." Methodist Quarterly Review. 64 (1882): 68-91.

Bradley, Richard L. "The Lutheran Church and Slavery." Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly. 44 (February 1971): 32-41.

Brown, Lois. “Out of the Mouths of Babes: the Abolitionist campaign of Susan Paul and the Juvenile Choir of Boston. England Quarterly 2002 75(1): 52-79.

Burroughs, Wilbur Greeley. "Oberlin's Part in the Slavery Conflict." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Publications. 20 (1911): 269-334.

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Cadbury, Henry J. "Another Early Quaker Anti-Slavery Statement." JNH. 27 (April 1942): 210-15.

------. "An Early Quaker Anti-Slavery Statement." JNH, 22 (October 1937): 492-93.

------. "Negro Membership in the Society of Friends." JNH. 21 (April 1936): 151-213.

------. "Quaker Bibliographical Notes, II, Anti-Slavery Writings," BFHA, 26 (1937).

Carroll, Kenneth L. "Maryland Quakers and Slavery," Maryland Historical Magazine, 45 (September 1950).

------. "Religious Influences on the Manumission of Slaves in Caroline, Dorchester, and Talbot Counties." Maryland Historical Magazine. 56 (June 1961): 176-97.

Christiano, David. "Synod and Slavery." New Jersey History. 90 (Spring 1972): 27-42.

Cole, Charles C., Jr. "Horace Bushnell and the Slavery Question." NEQ. 23 (1950): 19-30.

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Daniel, W. Harrison. "Virginia Baptists and the Negro in the Early Republic." Virginia Magazine. 80 (January 1972).

Davis, David Brion. "New Side-Lights on Early Anti-Slavery Radicalism." WMQ. 28 (October1971): 585-94.

Denton, Charles R. "The Unitarian Church and 'Kansas Territory,' 1854-1861." Kansas Historical Quarterly. 30 (Autumn 1964): 307-38.

Doherty, Robert W. "Social Bases for the Presbyterian Schism of 1837-1838: The Philadelphia Case." Journal of Social History. 2 (Fall 1968): 69-79.

------. "Status Anxiety and American Reform: Some Alternatives." AQ. 19 (Summer 1967): 329-37.

Duncan, Troy and Chris Dixon. “Denouncing the Brotherhood of Thieves: Stephen Symonds Foster’s [1809-1881] Critique of the Anti-abolitionist Clergy.” Civil War History 2001 47(2): 97-117.

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Ellsworth, Clayton Sumner. "The American Churches and the Mexican War." AHR. 45 (January 1940): 301-26.

Essig, James David. "The Lord's Free Man: Charles G. Finney and His Abolitionism." CWH. 24 (March 1978): 25-45.

Evans, Mathilda W. Evans. "Elihu Embree, Quaker Abolitionist, and Some of His Co-Workers." BFHA. 21 (1922).

Farley, Ena L. "Methodists and Baptists on the Issue of Black Equality in New York, 1865 to 1868." JNH. 61 (October 1976): 374-92.

Fellman, Michael. "Theodore Parker and the Abolitionist Role in the 1850s." JAH. 61 (December 1974): 666-84.

Finnie, Gordon E. "The Antislavery Movement in the Upper South before 1840." JSH. 35 (August 1969): 319-42.

Fortenbaugh, Robert. "American Lutheran Synods and Slavery, 1830-1860." Journal of Religion. 13 (January 1933): 72-92.

Friedman, Lawrence J. "Confidence and Pertinacity in Evangelical Abolitionism: Lewis Tappan's Circle." AQ. 31 (1979): 81-106.

Frost, J. William. "The Origins of the Quaker Crusade against Slavery: A Review of Recent Literature." Quaker History, 67 (1978): 42-58.

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Galpin, W. Freeman. "Samuel Joseph May: God's Chore Boy." NYH. 21 (April 1946).

Geffen, Elizabeth M. "William Henry Furness, Philadelphia Antislavery Preacher." PMHB. 82 (July 1958): 259-92.

Gravely, William B. "Early Methodism and Slavery: The Roots of a Tradition." Wesleyan Quarterly Review, 2 (May 1965): 301-15.

------. "Methodist Preachers, Slavery, and Caste: Types of Social Concern in Antebellum America." Duke Divinity School Review. 34 (Autumn 1969): 209-29.

Green, Fletcher M. "Northern Missionary Activities in the South, 1846-1861." JSH. 21 (May 1955): 147-72.

Griffin, Clifford S. "The Abolitionists and the Benevolent Societies, 1831-1861." JNH. 44 (July 1959): 195-216.

------. "Religious Benevolence as Social Control, 1815-1860." MVHR. 44 (December 1957): 423-44.

Grim, Paul R. "The Reverend John Rankin, Early Abolitionist." OSAHQ. 46 (May 1937): 215-56. Or 54 (July 1937): 215-56.

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Hamm, Thomas D., et al. "Moral Choices: Two Indiana Quaker Communities and the Abolitionist Movement." Indiana Magazine of History. 87 (June 1991): 117.

Hammond, John L. "Revival Religion and Antislavery Politics." American Sociological Review. 39 (1974): 175-86.

Harlow, Ralph V. "Gerrit Smith and the Free Church Movement." NYH. 18 (July 1937).

Harrell, David E. Harrell, Jr. "The Sectional Origins of the Churches of Christ." JSH. 30 (August 1964): 261-77.

Harris, Donald R. "The Gradual Separation of Southern and Northern Baptists, 1845-1907." Foundations. 7 (April 1964): 130-44.

Harwood, Thomas F. "British Evangelical Abolitionism and American Churches in the 1830s." JSH. 28 (August 1962): 287-306.

------. "Prejudice and Antislavery: The Colloquy Between William Ellery Channing and Edward Strutt Abdy, 1834." AQ. 18 (Winter 1966): 697-700.

Heckman, Oliver S."The Presbyterian Church in the United States of America and Southern Reconstruction, 1860-1880." North Carolina Historical Review, 20 (July 1943): 219-37.

Hedrick, Joan D. "'Peaceable Fruits': The Ministry of Harriet Beecher Stowe." AQ. 40 (September 1988): 307-22.

Hewitt, Nancy A. "Feminist Friends: Agrarian Quakers and the Emergence of Women's Rights in America." Feminist Studies. 12 (Spring 1986): 27-49.

Howard, Victor B. "The 1856 Election in Ohio: Moral Issues in Politics." Ohio History. 80 (Winter 1971): 135-57.

------. "Kentucky Presbyterians in 1849: Slavery and the Kentucky Constitution." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 73 (July 1975).

------. "Presbyterians, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and the Election of 1856." Journal of Presbyterian History. 49 (Summer 1971): 133-57.

------. "The Southern Aid Society and the Slavery Controversy." Church History. 41 (June 1972): 208-24.

Howe, Daniel Walker. "The Evangelical Movement and Political Culture in the North during the Second Party System." JAH. 77 (March 1991): 1216-39.

Huddle, Mark Andrew. "North Carolina's Forgotten Abolitionist: The American Missionary Association Correspondence of Daniel Wilson." North Carolina Historical Review. 72 (October 1995): 416.

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Jacob, J.R. "LaRoy Sunderland: The Alienation of An Abolitionist." Journal of American Studies. 6 (April 1972): 1-17.

Johnson, Clifton H. "Abolitionist Missionary Activities in North Carolina." North Carolina Historical Review. 40 (July 1963): 295-320.

Keagy, Walter R. "The Lane Seminary Rebellion." Bulletin of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio. 9 (April 1951): 141-60.

Klingberg, Frank J. "The S.P.G. Program for Negroes in Colonial New York." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 8 (1939): 306-371.

Knee, Stuart E. "John Brown and the Abolitionist Ministry." NHB. 45 (April-June 1982): 36-37, 42.

------. "The Quaker Petition of 1791: A Challenge to Democracy in Early America." Slavery & Abolition. 6 (September 1985): 151-59.

Kohler, Max J. "The Jews and the Anti-Slavery Movement." Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society. 5 (1897): 137-55.

Kraut, Alan M. and Phyllis F. Field. "Politics versus Principles: The Partisan Response to 'Bible Politics' in New York State." CWH. 25 (June 1979):101-18.

Kuhl, Irving Stoddard. "Presbyterian Attitudes Toward Slavery." Church History. 7 (1938): 101-14.

------. "Slavery and the Missions in the Old Northwest." Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 24.

Kuhns, Frederick. "Slavery and Missions in the Old Northwest," Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 24 (December 1946): 205-22.

Kull, Irving S. "Presbyterian Attitudes toward Slavery." Church History. 7 (June 1938): 101-14.

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Lapansky, Emma J. "'Since They Got Those Separate Churches': Afro-Americans and Racism in Jacksonian Philadelphia." AQ. 32 (Spring 1980): 54-78.

Levesque, George A. "Inherent Reformers--Inherited Orthodoxy: Black Baptists in Boston, 180-0-1873." JNH. 60 (October 1975): 491-525.

Levy, Ronald. "Bishop Hopkins and the Dilemma of Slavery." PMHB. 91 (January 1967): 56-71.

Lewit, Robert T. "Indian Missions and Antislavery Sentiment: A Conflict of Evangelical and Humanitarian Ideals." MVHR, 50 (June 1963): 39-55.

Lovejoy, David S. "Samuel Hopkins: Religion, Slavery and the Revolution." NEQ. 40 (June 1967): 227-43.

Loveland, Anne C. "Evangelicalism and Immediate Emancipation in American Antislavery Thought." JSH. 32 (May 1966): 172-88.

Lyons, Adelaide A. "Religious Defense of Slavery in the North." Trinity College Historical Society Historical Papers, 13 (1919): 5-34.

Lyons, John F. "The Attitude of Presbyterianism in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois toward Slavery, 1825-1861." Journal of Presbyterian History. 11.

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Maclear, J. F. "The Evangelical Alliance and the Antislavery Crusade." Huntington Library Quarterly, 42 (Spring 1979): 141-64.

Madron, Thomas J. "John Wesley on Race: A Christian View of Equality." Methodist History. New Series 2 (July 1964).

Marshall, Curtis. "Eleutherian College." Indiana History Bulletin. 25 (November 1948): 200-203.

Martin, Asa Earl Martin. "Anti-Slavery Activities of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Tennessee." Tennessee Historical Magazine. 2 (June 1916).

Mathews, Donald G. "Methodist Mission to the Slaves, 1829-1844." JAH. 51 (March 1965): 615-31.

------. "The Methodist Schism of 1844 and the Popularization of Antislavery Sentiment." Mid-America. 51 (January 1968): 3-23.

May, Philip S. "Zephaniah Kingsley, Nonconformist (1765-1843)." Florida Historical Quarterly, 23 (1945): 145-59.

McLaughlin, William G. "Pietism and the American Character." AQ. (Winter 1965).

McLaughlin, William G. and Winthrop D. Jordan, eds. "Baptists Face the Barbarities of Slavery in 1710." JSH. 29 (November 1963): 495-97.

McKivigan, John R. Abolitionism and American Religion. New York : Garland, 1999.

------. "The American Baptist Free Mission Society: Abolitionist Reaction to the 1845 Baptist Schism." Foundations, 21 (October-December 1978): 340-55.

------. "The Antislavery "Comeouter Sects': A Neglected Dimension of the Abolitionist Movement." CWH. 26 (June 1980): 142-60.

------. "The Christian Anti-Slavery Conventions of the Northwest." Old Northwest. 5 (October-December 1979): 345-66.

------. "'The Gospel Will Burst the Bonds of the Slave': the Abolitionists' Bibles for Slaves Campaign." NHB. 45 (July-September 1982): 62-64, 77.

------. "Prisoner of Conscience: George Gordon and the Fugitive Slave Law." Journal of Presbyterian History. 60 (Winter 1982): 336-54.

Mohler, Mark. "The Episcopal Church and National Reconciliation, 1865," Political Science Quarterly, 41 (December 1926): 567-95.

Moore, Edmund A. "Robt. J. Breckinridge and the Slavery Aspect of the Presbyterian Schism." Church History. 4 (December 1935): 282-94.

Moorhead, James H. "Social Reform and the Divided Conscience of Antebellum Protestantism." Church History. 48 (December 1979): 416-30.

Murphy, Robert J. "Catholic Church in the United States during the Civil War Period, 1852-1866." American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia Records. 39 (December 1928): 272-346.

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Norton, L. Wesley. "The Methodist Episcopal Church in Michigan and the Politics of Slavery, 1850-1860." Michigan History. 48 (September 1964): 193-213.

Padgett, Chris. "Hearing the Antislavery Rank-and-File: The Wesleyan Methodist Schism of 1843," JER, 12 (Spring 1992): 63-84.

Parker, Harold M., Jr. "The Urban Failure of the New School Presbyterian Church." Social Science Journal. 14 (January 1977): 139-48.

Pendleton, Othniel A., Jr. "Slavery and the Evangelical Churches." Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 25 (September 1947): 153-74.

Perry, Lewis. "Adin Ballou's Hopedale Community and the Theology of Antislavery." Church History. (September 1970): 372-90.

Posey, Walter B. "The Slavery Question in the Presbyterian Church in the Old Southwest." JSH. 15 (August 1949): 311-24.

Purifoy, Lewis B. "The Methodist Anti-Slavery Tradition, 1784-1844." Methodist History, 4 (July 1966): 3-16.

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Raines, Edgar F., Jr. "The American Missionary Association in Southern Illinois, 1856-1862: A Case Study in the Abolition Movement." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 65 (Autumn 1972): 246-68.

Rammelkamp, C. H. "Illinois College and the Antislavery Movement." Illinois Historical Society Proceedings. (1908), 192-203.

------. "The Reverberations of the Slavery Conflict in a Pioneer College." MVHR. 14 (March 1928): 447-61.

Ratner, Lorman. "Northern Concern for Social Order as a Cause for Rejecting Anti-Slavery." The Historian. 27 (November 1965): 1-18.

Richardson, Joe M. "The American Missionary Association and Black Education in Missouri." Missouri Historical Review. 433-48.

------. "The Failure of the American Missionary Association to Expand Congregationalism among Southern Blacks." Southern Studies. 18 (Spring 1979): 51-73.

Rockwood, George I. "George Barrell Cheever, Protagonist of Abolition; Religious Emotionalism the Underlying Factor in the Cause of the Civil War." American Antiquarian Society Proceedings. 46 (1936): 83-113.

Roth, Randolph A. "The First Radical Abolitionists: The Reverend James Milligan and the Reformed Presbyterians of Vermont." NEQ, 55 (December 1982): 540-63.

Rowe, David L. "Elon Galusha and the Millerite Movement," Foundations, 18 (July-September 1975): 252-60.

Rowntree, C. Brightwen. "Benjamin Lay." Journal of the Friends' Historical Society. 33 (1936): 3-13.

Ruchames, Louis. "The Abolitionists and the Jews." Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society. 42 (1952): 131-55.

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Salomon, Ronald. “Being Good: An Abolitionist Family Attempts to Live Up to its Own Standards.” Vermont History 2001 69(Supplement): 32-47.

Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin. "Benjamin Lundy." Friends' Intelligencier and Journal. 46 (May 18, 1889).

Sears, Richard D. "John G. Fee, Camp Nelson, and Kentucky Blacks." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 85 (Winter 1987): 29-45.

Sehr, Timothy J. "Leonard Bacon and the Myth of the Good Slaveholder." NEQ. 49 (June 1976): 194-213.

Sen Gupta, Gunja. "Servants for Freedom: Christian Abolitionists in Territorial Kansas, 1854-1858." Kansas History. 16 (Fall 1993): 200-213.

Sernett, Milton C. "The Efficacy of Religious Participation in the National Debates over Abolitionism and Abortion." Journal of Religion. 64 (April 1984): 205-20.

------. "First Honor: Oneida Institute's Role in the Fight Against Racism and Slavery." NYH. 66 (April 1985): 197-209.

Shanks, Caroline L. "The Biblical Antislavery Argument of the Decade, 1830-1840." JNH. 16 (April 1931): 132-57.

Shepperson, George A. "The Free Church and American Slavery," Scottish Historical Review, 30 (October 1951): 126-43.

------. "Thomas Chalmers, the Free Church of Scotland, and the South." JSH,. 17 (November 1951): 517-37.

Sherrill, P. M. "The Quakers and the North Carolina Manumission Society." Trinity College Historical Society Historical Papers. Ser. 10 (1914): 32-51.

Short, Kenneth R. "New York Central College: A Baptist Experiment in Integrated Education, 1848-1861." Foundations. 5 (July 1962): 250-56.

Siebert, Wilbur H. "A Quaker Section of the Underground Railroad in Northern Ohio." OSAHQ. 39 (July 1930): 479-502.

Singleton, Gregory H. "Protestant Voluntary Organizations and the Shaping of Victorian America." AQ. 27 (December 1975): 549-60.

Smythe, Hugh H. and Martin S. Price. "The American Jew and Negro Slavery." Midwest Journal. 7 (1956): 315-19.

Sokolow, Jayne A. "Revolution and Reform: The Antebellum Jewish Abolitionists." Journal of Ethnic Studies. 9 (Spring 1981): 27-41.

Speicher, Anna M.The Religious World of Antislavery Women: Spirituality in the Lives of Five Abolitionist Lecturers.”  Journal of American History 2001 88(3): 1068-1069.


Speer, Michael, ed. "Autobiography of Adam Lowry Rankin." Ohio History. 79 (Winter 1970).

Staiger, C. Bruce. "Abolitionism and the Presbyterian Schism of 1837-1838." MVHR. 36 (December 1949): 391-414.

Stange, Douglas C. "Abolitionism as Maleficence: Southern Unitarians versus 'Puritan Fanaticism'--1831-1860." Harvard Library Bulletin. 26 (1978): 146-71.

------. "Abolitionism as Treason: The Unitarian Elite Defends Law, Order, and the Union." Harvard Library Bulletin. 28 (1980): 152-70.

------. "A Compassionate Mother to Her Poor Negro Slaves: The Lutheran Church and Negro Slavery in Early America." Phylon. 29 (Fall 1968): 272-81.

------. "Document: Bishop Alexander Payne's Protestation of American Slavery." JNH. 52 (January 1967): 59-64.

------. "From Treason to Antislavery Patriotism: Unitarian Conservatives and the Fugitive Slave Law." Harvard Library Bulletin, 25 (1977): 466-88.

------. "Lutheran Involvement in the American Colonization Society." Mid-America. 49 (1969): 171-82.

Stewart, James Brewer. "Evangelicalism and the Radical Strain in Southern Antislavery Thought During the 1820s." JSH. 39 (August 1973): 379-96.

Strong, Sydney. "The Exodus of Students from Lane Seminary." Ohio Church History Society Papers. 4 (1893): 1-16.

Sweet, William W. "Some Religious Aspects of the Kansas Struggle." Journal of Religion. 7 (October 1927): 578-95.

Swift, David. "O! This Heartless Prejudice." Wesleyan. 67 (Spring 1984): 13-17.

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Taylor, Richard S. "Beyond Immediate Emancipation: Jonathan Blanchard, Abolitionism, and the Emergence of American Fundamentalism." CWH. 27 (September 1981): 260-74.

Thomas, Allan C. "The Attitude of the Society of Friends Toward Slavery in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century." Papers of the American Society of Church History. (1897).

Thompson, J. Earl Thompson. "Abolitionism and Theological Education at Andover." NEQ. 47 (June 1974): 238-61.

------. "Lyman Beecher's Long Road to Conservative Abolitionism." Church History. 42 (March 1973): 89-109.

Tise, Edward. "The Interregional Appeal of Proslavery Thought,: An Ideological Profile of the Antebellum American Clergy." Plantation Society in the Americas. 1 (February 1979): 63-72.

Tolbert, Noble. "Daniel Worth: Tar Heel Abolitionist." North Carolina Historical Review. 39 (Summer 1962): 284-404.

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Vibert, Faith. "The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: Its Work for the Negroes in North America before 1763." JNH. 18 (1933): 171-212.

Watkins, Richard H. "Baptists of the North and Slavery, 1856-1860." Foundations. 13 (October-December 1970): 317-33.

White, Marie S. "The Methodist Antislavery Struggle in the Land of Lincoln." Methodist History. 10 (July 1972): 33-52.

Yacovone, Donald. "Samuel Joseph May, Antebellum Reform, and the Problem of Patricide." Perspectives in American History. 2 (1985): 99-124.

Zorbaugh, Charles L. "From Lane to Oberlin--An Exodus Extraordinary." Ohio Presbyterian Historical Society Proceedings. 2 (June 1940): 30-47.

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