American slavery as it is; testimony of a thousand witnesses.
Contributor(s): American Anti-Slavery Society.Material type: TextSeries: American Negro, his history and literature: Publisher: New York, Arno Press, 1968Description: 224 p. 25 cm.Subject(s): Slaves -- United States -- Social conditionsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: American slavery as it is.DDC classification: 326/.0973
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Originally published in 1839 by the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Introduction -- Narrative of Nehemiah Caulkins -- Narrative of Rev. Horace Moulton -- Narrative of Sarah M. Grimke -- Testimony of Rev. John Graham -- Testimony of William Poe -- Privations of the slaves -- Testimony of the Rev. William T. Allan -- Narrative of William Leftwich -- Testimony of Lemuel Sapington -- Testimony of Mrs. Lowry -- Testimony of William C. Gildersleeve -- Testimony of Hiram White -- Testimony of John M. Nelson -- Testimony of Angelina Grimke Weld -- Testimony of cruelty inflicted upon slaves -- Punishments -- Slave driving -- Cruelty to slaves -- Tortures of slaves -- Narrative of Rev. Francis Hawley -- Clothing -- Work -- Testimony of Reuben C. Macy, and Richard Macy -- Testimony of Rev. William Scales -- Testimony of Jos. Ide -- Testimony of Rev. Phineas Smith -- Testimony of Phil'n Bliss -- Testimony of Rev. Wm. A. Chapin.
Testimony of T.M. Macy -- Testimony of F.C. Macy -- Testimony of a clergyman -- Condition of slaves -- Objections considered.