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North Carolina's Forgotten Abolitionist: The American Missionary Association Correspondence of Daniel Wilson

This is a reprint of letters written by Southern abolitionist Daniel Wilson, that offers an example of indigenous Southern antislavery leadership, mark the entry of the American Missionary Association into slave-holding North Carolina via their support of Wilson, and offers important insights into Wilson's life and character, the events in central Piedmont counties during a critical period, and a look at the people who felt compelled to support an antislavery message at the risk of life and property.
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