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Aptheker, Herbert. "Militant Abolitionists." JNH. 26 (October 1941): 438-84.

Ashworth, John. "The Relationship between Capitalism and Humanitarianism." AHR. 92 (October 1987): 797-829.

Bacon, Jacqueline. The Humblest May Stand Forth : Rhetoric, Empowerment, and Abolition. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2002.

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

Barker, Anthony J. "Captain Charles Stuart and the British and American Abolition Movements: 1830-34." Slavery & Abolition. 1 (Fall 1980): 43-63.

Bartlett, Irving G. "Wendell Phillips and the Eloquence of Abuse." AQ. (Winter 1959).

Bentlry, Nancy. "White Slaves: The Mulatto Hero in Antebellum Fiction." American Literature. 65 (September 1993): 501-22.

Bernard, Joel. "Authority, Autonomy, and Radical Commitment: Stephen and Abby Kelley Foster." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society. 90 (1981): 347-86.

Blight, David W. "Frederick Douglass and the American Apocalypse." CWH. 31 (December 1985): 309-28.

------. "The Martyrdom of Elijah P. Lovejoy." Pennsylvania History. 39 (1972): 239-49.

------. "Perceptions of Southern Intransigence and the Rise of Radical Antislavery Thought." JER. 3 (Summer 1983): 139-63.

Bretz, Julian P. "The Economic Background of the Liberty Party." AHR. 34 (January 1929): 250-64.

Brown, Ira V. “An Anti-slavery Journey: Garrison and Douglass in Pennsylvania, 1847.” Pennsylvania History 2000 67(4): 532-50.

------. "Miller McKim and Pennsylvania Abolitionism." Pennsylvania History. 30 (January 1963): 56-73.

Brown, Richard H. "The Missouri Crisis, Slavery, and the Politics of Jacksonianism." South Atlantic Quarterly. 65 (1966): 55-72.

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Cardoso, Jack. "Hinton Rowan Helper as a Racist in the Abolitionist Camp." JNH. 55 (July 1970): 323-30.

Cave, Alfred A. "The Case of Calvin Colton: White Racism in Northern Antislavery Thought." New York Historical Society Quarterly. 53 (1969): 215-28.

Cohen, William. "Thomas Jefferson and the Problem of Slavery." JAH. 56 (December 1969): 503-26.

Curry, Richard O. "The Abolitionists and Reconstruction: A Critical Reappraisal." JSH. 54 (November 1968): 529-32.

------. "The Political War Against Slavery." RAH. 4 (December 1976).

------. "Romantic Radicalism in Antebellum America." RAH. 2 (December 1973).

Curry, Richard O. and Lawrence B. Goodheart. "'Knives in their Heads': Passionate Self-Analysis and the Search for Identity in American Abolitionism." Canadian Review of American Studies. 14 (Winter 1983): 401-14.

Curti, Merle. "Non-Resistance in New England." NEQ. 2 (January 1929): 34-57.

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Davis, David Brion. "The Emergence of Immediatism in British and American Antislavery Thought." MVHR. 49 (September 1962): 209-30.

------. "Reflections on Abolitionism and Ideological Hegemony." AHR. 92 (October 1987): 787-812.

Davis, Hugh H. "The Failure of Political Abolitionism." Connecticut Review. 6 (April 1973): 76-86.

Demos, John. The Antislavery Movement and the Problem of Violent 'Means.'" NEQ. 37 (December 1964): 501-26.

Dillon, Merton L. "The Abolitionists: A Decade of Historiography, 1959-1969." JSH. 26 (November 1969): 500-522.

------. "The Failure of the American Abolitionists." JSH (March 1959).

------. "Three Southern Antislavery Editors: The Myth of the Southern Antislavery Movement." East Tennessee Historical Society's Publications. 42 (1970): 47-56.

Dixon, Christopher. "'A True Manly Life': Abolitionism and the Masculine Ideal." Mid-America: An Historical Review. 77 (Fall 1995): 213-36.

Donald, David. "Reply to R.A. Skotheim, "te on Historical Method.'" JSH. 26 (February 1960).

Duberman, Martin. "The Abolitionists and Psychology." JNH. 47 (July 1962): 183-91.

Dumond, Dwight Lowell. "Race Prejudice and Abolition, New Views on the Antislavery Movement." Michigan Alumna Quarterly Review. 41 (April 1935): 377-85.

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Eaton, Clement. "A Dangerous Pamphlet in the Old South." JSH. 2 (1936): 323-44.

Egerton, Douglas R. "'Its Origin Is Not a Little Curious': A New Look at the American Colonization Society." JER. 5 (Winter 1985): 463-80.

Ellis, Richard and Adam Wildavasky. "A Cultural Analysis of the Role of Abolitionists in the Coming of the Civil War." Comparative Studies in Society and History. 32 (January 1990): 89-116.

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

Filler, Louis. "Parker Pillsbury: An Anti-Slavery Apostle." NEQ. 19 (September 1946): 315-37.

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

Fitzgerald, Michael W. "Abbott, Cotton and Capital: Boston Businessmen and Antislavery Reform." Journal of Mississippi History. 54 (November 1992): 388.

Fladeland, Betty L. "Abolitionists v. Revisionists: The Historiographical Cold War of the 1930s and 1940s." JER. 6 (Spring 1986): 1-21.

------. "Compensated Emancipation: A Rejected Alternative." JSH. 42 (May 1976): 169-87.

------. "Who Were the Abolitionists?" JNH. 49 (April 1964): 99-115.

Frehling, William W. "The Founding Fathers and Slavery." AHR. 77 (February 1972): 81-93.

French, David. "Elizur Wright, Jr., and the Emergence of Anti-Colonization Sentiments on the Connecticut Western Reserve." Ohio History. 85 (Winter 1976): 49-66.

Friedman, Lawrence J. "Abolitionist Historiography 1965-1979: An Assessment." RAH. 8 (June 1980: 200-205.

------. "Abolitionists Versus Historians." RAH. 5 (September 1977).

------. "Antebellum Abolitionism and the Problem of Violent Means." The Psychohistory Review. 9 (Fall 1980): 23-58.

------. "'Historical Topics Sometimes Run Dry': The State of Abolitionist Studies." The Historian. 43 (February 1981): 177-94.

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Gamble, Douglas A. "Garrison Abolitionism in the West: Some Suggestions for Study." CWH. 18 (March 1977): 52-68.

Gara, Larry. "A Glorious Time: The 1874 Abolitionist Reunion in Chicago." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 65 (Autumn 1972).

------. "Slavery and the Slave Power: A Crucial Distinction." CWH. 15 (March 1969): 5-18.

Gerteis, Louis C. "Slavery and Hard Times: Morality and Utility in American Antislavery Reform." CWH. 29 (December 1983): 316-31.

Glenn, Myra C. "Northern Opposition to Mid-Nineteenth Century Abolitionism: The Case of Thomas K. Beecher." Mid-America: An Historical Review. 72 (October 1990): 191-211.

Goldin, Claudia Dale. "The Economics of Emancipation." Journal of Economic History. 33 (March 1973).

Goodheart, Lawrence B. "Childrearing, Conscience and Conversion to Abolitionism: the Example of Elizur Wright, Jr." Psychohistory Review. 12 (1984): 24-33.

Goodman, Paul. "The Manual Labor Movement and the Origins of Abolitionism." JER. 13 (Fall 1983):355-88.

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

Grimsted, David. "Rioting in Its Jacksonian Setting." AHR. 77 (April 1972): 361-97.

Grover, Kathryn. The Fugitive's Gibraltar: Escaping Slaves and Abolitionism in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2001.

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Hammett, Theodore M. "Two Mobs of Jacksonian Boston: Ideology and Interest." JAH. 42 (1976): 845-68.

Harrold, Stanley.  American Abolitionists. New York: Longman Press, 2001.

------. "John Brown's Forerunners: Slave Rescue Attempts and the Abolitionists, 1841-1851." Radical History Review. 55 (Winter 1992): 89-112.

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

Haskell, Thomas L. "Capitalism and the Origins of the Humanitarian Sensibility: Part 1." AHR. 90 (April 1985): 339-61.

------. "Capitalism and the Origins of the Humanitarian Sensibility: Part 2." AHR. 90 (June 1985): 457-566.

------. "Convention and Hegemonic Interest in the Debate over Antislavery: A Reply to Davis and Ashworth." AHR. 92 (October 1987): 829-78.

Henig, Gerald S. "The Jacksonian Attitude Toward Abolitionism in the 1830s." Tennessee Historical Quarterly. 28 (1969): 42-56.

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

Hicklin, Patricia. "Gentle Agitator: Samuel M. Janney and the Antislavery Movement in Virginia, 1842-1851." JSH. 37 (May 1971): 159-90.

------. "John C. Underwood and the Anti-Slavery Movement in Virginia, 1847-1860." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 73 (April 1965): 156-68.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth . "Eccentricities of Reformers." in Contemporaries (Boston, 1900).

Hinton, Richard J. "Wendell Phillips: A Reminiscent Study." Arena. (July 1895): 220-35.

Holt, Thomas C. "Review Essay: Explaining Abolition." Journal of Social History. 24 (Winter 1990): 371-78.

Huston, James L. "The Experiential Basis of the Northern Antislavery Impulse." JSH 56 (November 1990): 609-40.

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Inscoe, John C. "Olmsted in Appalachia: A Connecticut Yankee Encounters Slavery and Racism in the Southern Highlands." Slavery & Abolition. 9 (September 1988): 171-82.

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

Jarvis, Charles A. "Admission to Abolitionism: The Case of John Greenleaf Whittier." JER. 4 (Summer 1984): 161-76.

Jentz, John B. "The Antislavery Constituency in Jacksonian New York City." CWH. 27 (June 1981): 101-22.

Julian, George W. "The Genisis of Modern Abolitionism." The International Review. 12 (June 1882): 533-55.

Kennon, Donald R. "'An Apple of Discord': The Woman Question at the World's Anti-Slavery Convention of 1840." Slavery and Abolition. 5 (1984): 244-76.

Kerber, Linda K. "The Abolitionist Perception of the Indian." JAH. (early 1970s).

Kerrigan, Colm. "Irish Temperance and United States Antislavery: Father Theobald Mathew." History Workshop. (1991).

Klein, Martin A. Historical Dictionary of Slavery and Abolition. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2002.

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

Kraditor, Aileen S. "The Abolitionists Rehabilitated." Studies on the Left. 5 (Spring 1965): 103-06.

------. "American Radical Historians on Their Heritage." Past and Present. 56 (1972): 136-53.

------. "A Note on Elkins and the Abolitionists." CWH. 13 (1967): 330-39.

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Lapsansky, Emma Jones. "Feminism, Freedom and Community: Charlotte Forten and Women Activists in Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia." PMHB. 113 (1989): 3-19.

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

Ledbetter, Patsy S. and Billy Ledbetter. "The Agitator and the Intellectuals: William Lloyd Garrison and the New England Transcendentalists." Mid-America. 62 (October 1980): 173-85.

LeDuc, Thomas H. "Grahamites and Garrisonites." NYH. 20 (April 1939): 189-91.

Levy, David W. "Racial Stereotypes in Antislavery Fiction." Phylon. 31 (Fall 1970): 265-79.

Lightner, D. L. "The Interstate Slave-Trade in Antislavery Politics." CWH. 36 (1990): 119-36.

Litwack, Leon F. "The Abolitionist Dilemma: The Antislavery Movement and the Northern Negro." NEQ. 34 (1961): 50-73.

Lofton, William H. "Abolition and Labor." JNH. 33 (October 1949): 249-83.

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

Lowance, Mason. Against Slavery : An Abolitionist Reader. New York : Penguin Books, 2000.

Ludlum, Robert P. "The Antislavery 'Gag-Rule': History and Argument." JNH. 26 (1941).

Lynd, Staughton. "The Compromise of 1787." Political Science Quarterly. 81 (June 1966): 225-50. Also in Class Conflict, Slavery and the Constitution, edited by Staughton Lynd (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1967), 184-217.

------. "Rethinking Slavery and Reconstruction." JNH. 50 (July 1965): 198-209.

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Macleod, Duncan. "From Gradualism to Immediatism: Another Look." Slavery & Abolition. 3 (September 1982): 140-52.

Marcus, Robert D. "Wendell Phillips and American Institutions." JAH. 56 (June 1969): 41-48.

Martin, Asa E. "Pioneer Anti-Slavery Press." MVHR. 2 (March 1916):509-22.

Martin, Thomas P. "Some International Aspects of the Anti-Slavery Movement, 1818-1823." Journal of Economic and Business History, 1 (November 1928): 137-48.

------. "The Upper Mississippi Valley in Anglo-American Anti-Slavery and Free Trade Relations: 1837-1842." MVHR. 15 (September 1928): 204-20.

Mathews, Donald G. "The Abolitionists on Slavery: The Critique Behind the Social Movement." JSH. 33 (May 1967): 163-82.

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

McDaid, W. "Kinsley S. Bingham and the Republican Ideology of Antislavery." Michigan Historical Review. 16 (1990): 42-73.

McDonald, John J. "Emerson and John Brown." The New England Magazine. 44 (1971): 385-86.

McDowell, Tremaine. "Webster's Words on Abolitionists." NEQ. 7 (1934).

McElroy, James L. "Social Control and Romantic Reform in Antebellum America: The Case of Rochester, New York." NYH. 58 (January 1977): 17-46.

McFaul, John M. "Expediency vs. Morality: Jacksonian Politics and Slavery." JAH. 62 (June 1975): 24-39. 

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

McGlone, Robert. "Forgotten Surrender: John Brown's Raid and the Cult of Martial Values." CWH. 40 (September 1994): 185-201.

------. "Rescripting a Trouble Past: John Brown's Family and the Harpers Ferry Conspiracy." JAH. 75 (March 1989).

McInerney, Daniel J. "'A State of Commerce': Market Power and Slave Power in Abolitionist Political Economy." CWH. 37 (1991): 101-19.

McKivigan, John R. "James Redpath, John Brown, and Abolitionist Advocacy of Slave Insurrection." CWH. 37 (December 1991): 293-313.

McKivigan, John R. and Madeleine L. McKivigan. "'He Stands Like Jupiter': The Autobiography of Gerrit Smith." New York History. (April 1984): 189-200.

McPherson, James M. "Abolitionists and the Civil Rights Act of 1875." JAH. 52 (December 1965): 493-510.

------. "Abolitionists, Woman Suffrage, and the Negro, 1863-1869." Mid-America. 47 (January 1965): 40-47.

------. "The Fight against the Gag Rule: Joshua Leavitt and Antislavery Insurgency in the Whig Party, 1839-1842." JNH. 48 (July 1963): 177-95.

------. "Grant or Greeley? The Abolitionist Dilemma in the Election of 1872." AHR. 71 (1965): 43-61.

Melder, Keith E. "Forerunners of Freedom: The Grimke Sisters in Massachusetts, 1837-38." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 103 (July 1976): 223-49.

Merideth, Robert. "A Conservative Abolitionist at Alton: Edward Beecher's Narrative." Journal of Presbyterian History. 42 (March and June 1964): 39-53, 92-103.

Merkel, Benjamin G. "The Abolition Aspects of Missouri's Antislavery Controversy, 1819-1865." Missouri Historical Review. 44 (April 1950): 232-54.

Merrill, Walter M. "Prologue to Reform--Garrison's Early Career." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 92 (April 1956): 153-70.

Miller, Perry. "John Greenleaf Whittier: The Conscience in Poetry." Harvard Review. 2 (Winter-Spring 1964): 31-38.

Mitchell, Betty L. "Realities not Shadows, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, the Early Years." CWH. 20 (June 1974): 105-17.

Moody, Margaret. "The Evolution of Emerson as an Abolitionist." American Literature. 17 (March 1945).

Moody, R. E. "The First Year of the Emigrant Aid Company." NEQ. 4 (January 1931): 148-55.

Morgan, Edmund S. "Slavery and Freedom: The American Paradox." JAH. 59 (June 1972).

Morrison, Howard A. "Gentlemen of Proper Understanding: A Closer Look at Utica's Anti-Abolitionist Mob." NYH. 62 (January 1978): 61-82.

Morrow, Ralph E. "The Proslavery Argument Revisited." MVHR. 47 (June 1961): 79-93.

Myers, John L. "Organization of the "Seventy': To Arouse the North Against Slavery." Mid-America. 48 (1966): 29-46.

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Newman, Richard S. “Creating Free Spaces: Blacks and Abolitionist Activism in Pennsylvania Courts During the Early Republic.” Proteus 2002 19(1): 25-29.

Nichols, Charles H., Jr. "The Origins of Uncle Tom's Cabin." Phylon. 19 (1958): 328-34.

------. "Who Read the Slaves Narratives." Phylon. 20 (1952).

Nye, Russell B. "The Slave Power Conspiracy, 1830-1860." Science and Society. 10 (Summer 1946): 262-74.

Oates, Stephen B. "John Brown and His Judges: A Critique of the Historical Literature." CWH. 17 (March 1971): 5-23.

Oldham, Ellen M. "Irish Support of the Abolitionist Movement."The Boston Public Library Quarterly. (October 1958): 175-87.

Osofsky, Gilbert. "Abolitionism, Irish Immigrants, and the Dilemmas of Romantic Nationalism." AHR. 80 (October 1985): 889-912.

Ostander, Gillman. "Emerson, Thoreau and John Brown." MVHR. 34 (March 1955): 713-26.

Owen, T. M. "An Alabama Protest Against Abolitionism." Gulk States Historical Magazine. 2 (July 1903): 30-41.

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

Painter, Nell Irvin. "Sojourner Truth in Life and Memory: Writing the Biography of an American Exotic." Gender and History. 2 (1990): 3-16.

Palmer, Erwin. "A Partnership in the Abolition Movement." University of Rochester Library Bulletin. 26 (1970-71): 1-19.

Parish, Peter J. "Ethics and Economics: Slavery and Antislavery Re-examined." Georgia Historical Quarterly. 75 (Spring 1991): 43-75.

Perry, Lewis C. "Versions of Anarchism in the Antislavery Movement." AQ. 22 (Winter 1968): 768-82.

Pease, Jane H. and William H. Pease. "Anti-Slavery Ambivalence: Immediatism, Expediency, Race." AQ. 17 (1965): 682-95.

------. "Ends, Means, and Attitudes: Black-White Conflict in the Antislavery Movement." CWH. 18 (June 1972): 117-28.

------. "The Abolitionist Dilemma: The Antislavery Movement and the Northern Negro." AQ. 42 (Winter 1965): 682-95.

------. "Boston Garrisonians and the Problem of Frederick Douglass." Canadian Journal of History. 2 (September 1967): 29-48.

------. "Confrontation and Abolition in the 1850s." JAH. 58 (March 1972): 923-37.

Perkal, M. Leon. "William Goodell: Radical Abolitionist." Centerpoint. 2 (Spring 1977): 17-25.

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

------. "The Panorama and the Mills: A Review of Letters of John Greenleaf Whittier." CWH. 22 (September 1976).

------. "Psychology and the Abolitionists: Reflections on Martin Duberman and the Neo-Abolitionism of the 1960s." RAH. 2 (September 1974): 318-22.

------. "Up from Antislavery." RAH. 4 (September 1976): 403-08.

------. "Versions of Anarchism in the Antislavery Movement." AQ. 22 (Winter 1968): 768-82.

------. "'We Have Had Conversation in the World': The Abolitionists and Spontaneity." Canadian Review of American Studies. 6 (Spring 1975): 3-26.

Pickard, John B. "John Greenleaf Whittier and the Abolitionist Schism of 1840." NEQ. 37 (June 1964): 250-54.

Power, Richard L. "A Crusade to Extend Yankee Culture, 1820-1865." NEQ. 13 (December 1940): 638-53.

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Quarles, Benjamin. "Sources of Abolitionist Income." MVHR. 32 (June 1945): 63-76.

Quist, John W. "'The Great Majority of Our Subscribers are Farmers': The Michigan Abolitionist Constituency of the 1840s." JER. 14 (Fall 1994): 325.

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.

Ratner, Lorman. "Northern Concern for Social Order as a Cause for Rejecting Anti-Slavery." The Historian. 28 (November 1965): 1-18.

Rayback, Joseph. "The American Workingman and the Anti-Slavery Crusade." Journal of Economic History. 3 (November 1943): 152-63.

Reilly, Edward C. "Politico-economic Considerations in the Western Reserve's Early Slavery Controversy." OSAHQ. 52 (1943): 141-57.

Riddle, A. G. "The Rise of Anti-Slavery Sentiment on the Western Reserve." Magazine of Western History. 6 (June 1887).

Riddleberger, Patrick W. "George W. Julian: Abolitionist Land Reformer." Agricultural History. 5 (July 1955).

------. "The Radicals' Abandonment of the Negro During Reconstruction." JNH. 45 (April 1960): 88-102.

Rohrbach, Augusta. “Truth Stronger and Stranger than Fiction: Reexamining William Lloyd Garrison’s Liberator” American Literature 2001 73(4): 727-755.

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.

Rosen, Bruce. "Abolition and Colonization, the Years of Conflict: 1829-1834." Phylon. 33 (June 1972): 177-92.

Rosenburg, John S. "Towards a New Civil War Revisionism." American Scholar. 38 (Spring 1969): 250-73.

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

Rozett, John M. "Racism and Republican Emergence in Illinois, 1848-1860: A Reevaluation of Republican Negrophobia." CWH. 22 (June 1976).

Ruchames, Louis. "Race, Marriage and Abolition in Massachusetts." JNH. 40 (July 1955): 250-73.

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Sanborn, Franklin Benjamin. "The Great Agitation." Cosmopolitan Magazine. 7 (May 1889): 52-58.

Sanchez-Eppler, Karen. "Bodily Bonds: The Intersecting Rhetoric of Feminism and Abolition." Representations. (Fall 1088): 34-43.

Savage, W. S. "Abolitionist Literature in the Mails, 1835-1836." JNH. 13 (April 1928): 150-85.

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

Sen Gupta, Gunja. "'A Model New England State': Northeastern Antislavery in Territorial Kansas, 1854-1860." CWH. 39 (March 1993): 31.

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

Sevitsh, Benjamin. "The Well-Planned Riot of October 21, 1835: Utica's Answer to Abolitionism." NYH. 50 (July 1969): 251-63.

Sheridan, Richard B. "Slavery and Antislavery Literature." Books and Libraries at the University of Kansas. 2 (May 1963).

Sherman, Joan R. "James Monroe Whitfield, Poet and Emigrationist: A Voice of Protest and Despair." JNH. 57 (April 1972): 169-76.

Sherwood, Henry Noble. "The Formation of the American Colonization Society." JNH. 2 (July 1917): 209-28.

Shortreed, Margaret. "The Antislavery Radicals: From Crusade to Revolution, 1840-1868." Past and Present. 16 (November 1959): 65-87.

Simms, Henry H. "A Critical Analysis of Abolition Literature, 1830-1840." JSH. (August 1940): 368-82.

Simpson, Lewis P. "Slavery and the Cultural Imperialism of New England." Southern Review. 25 (January 1989): 1-29.

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

Skotheim, Robert Allen. "A Note on Historical Method: David Donald's "Toward A Reconsideration of Abolitionists." JSH. 25 (August 1959): 356-65.

Smith, George Winston. "Ante-Bellum Attempts of Northern Business Interests to 'Redeem' the Upper South." JSH. 11 (May 1945): 177-213.

Sokolow, Jayme A. "Henry Clarke Wright: Antebellum Crusader." Essex Institute Historical Collections. 3 (April 1975): 122-37.

Southall, E. P. "Arthur Tappan and the Antislavery Movement." JNH. 15 (April 1930); 162-98.

Sowle, Patrick. "The North Carolina Manumission Society, 1816-1834." North Carolina Historical Review. 42 (Winter 1965): 47-69.

Stampp, Kenneth M. "The Fate of the Southern Anti-Slavery Movement." JNH. 28 (January 1943): 10-22.

Stearns, Frank Preston. "John Brown and His Eastern Friends." New England Magazine. 42 (July 1910): 589-99.

Steelman, Joseph F. "Daniel Reeves Goodloe: A Perplexed Abolitionist during Reconstruction." East Carolina College Publications in History. 2 (1965): 66-90.

Steely, Will Frank. "William Shreeve Bailey, Kentucky Abolitionist." Filson Club History Quarterly. 31 (July 1957): 274-81.

Stewart, James B."The Aims and Impact of Garrisonian Abolitionism, 1840-1860." CWH. 15 (September 1969): 197-209.

------. "Peaceful Hopes and Violent Experiences: The Evolution of Reforming and Radical Abolitionism, 1831-1837." CWH. 17 (December 1971): 293-309.

------. "Politics and Beliefs in Abolitionism: Stanley Elkins' Concept of Antiinstitutionalism and Recent Interpretations of American Antislavery." South Atlantic Quarterly. (Winter 1976): 74-97.

------. "Evangelicalism and the Radical Strain in Southern Antislavery Thought during the 1820s." JSH. (August 1979).

Stirn, James R. "Urgent Gradualism: The Case of the American Union for Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race." CWH. 25 (December 1979): 309-28.

Stouffer, Allen P. "Michael Willis and the British Roots of Canadian Antislavery." Slavery & Abolition. 8 (December 1987): 294-312.

Streifford, David M. "The American Colonization Society: An Application of Republican Ideology to Early Antebellum Reform." JSH. (May 1979): 201-20.

Strong, Robert A. "Alexis de Tocqueville and the Abolition of Slavery." Slavery and Abolition. (September 1987).

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

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Tanner, Edwin Platt. "Gerrit Smith, An Interpretation." New York Historical Society Quarterly. 5 (January 1924): 21-39.

Thomas, John L. "Romantic Reform in America, 1815-1865." AQ. 17 (Winter 1965): 656-81.

Thompson, Carol. "Women and the Anti-Slavery Movement." Current History. 70 (May 1976): 198-201.

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