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

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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.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 72 Issue 4, Oct 1995, p416-455, il, por, f