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background came to embody commitment to the cause of antislavery and equal rights for black people. Abby Kelley became the abolitionist movement's chief money-raiser and organizer and its most radical member.


Abigail And John Portrait of aMarriage


BY EDITH B. GELLES The first comprehensive "tandem biography" of the famous and influential couple John and Abigail Adams. The book draws from their extensive surviving correspondence and other sources to paint a complete picture of the couple's close emotional bond and intellectual exchange concerning American independence.


William Morrow-Harper Collins 2009 339 PP. Cloth $5.50 (in stock) Buy


Norton 1991 436 PP. Paper $5.50 (in stock) Buy


Ain't Gonna Study War No More The Story Of America's Peace Makers


BY MILTON MELTZER Revised from the 1985 edition Meltzer explores the long list of Americans who have refused to kill from colonial days to the present and includes concerns about nuclear arms and terrorism. The book is a good alternative history of America and the conflicts in which it has engaged. The book is full of inspiring life stories of conscientious objectors, some little known these days. A shiny library cloth edition of this great resource.


Ahead Of Her Time Abby Kelly And The Politics Of Antislavery


BY DOROTHY STERLING In the years before the Civil War, a young white woman from a Quaker


Random House 2002 304 PP. Cloth $5.00 (in stock) Buy


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