The Emancipation of Black Abolitionists@@@Building an Antislavery Wall: Black Americans in the Atlantic Abolitionist Movement, 1830-1860.

  title={The Emancipation of Black Abolitionists@@@Building an Antislavery Wall: Black Americans in the Atlantic Abolitionist Movement, 1830-1860.},
  author={Jayme A. Sokolow and Richard J. M. Blackett},
  journal={Reviews in American History},
The Case of John L. Brown: Sex, Slavery, and the Trials of a Transatlantic Abolitionist Campaign
Abstract Nineteenth-century abolitionists viewed their transatlantic activism as a simple strategy in which the circulation of facts about slavery in Great Britain could place effective pressure on
The Root of the Evil: Free Produce and Radical Antislavery, 1820–1860
Though seldom studied, advocates of "free produce," or abstinence from the products of slave labor, were the radical conscience of American abolitionism, leading the call for immediate emancipation,
An International Fugitive: Henry Box Brown, Anti-Imperialism, Resistance & Slavery
Virginia slave Henry Brown's 1849 escape from slavery in a box makes him on of the most memorable fugitives in American history. Many have marveled over his escape ruse as a testament to his
“Freemen of All Nations, Bestir Yourselves”: Felice Orsini’s Transnational Afterlife and the Radicalization of America
The detonation of the bombs thrown at the emperor’s carriage in Paris on January 14, 1858, resonated across the Atlantic world. A group of Italian nationalists led by Felice Orsini ventured an
Abolition and the Color Line
THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN ABOLITIONISM HAS TRADITIONALLY BEEN ODDLY segregated. Classic studies of “American abolitionism” feature few black characters, while the activities of African-American
Black Anglophilia; or, The Sociability of Antislavery
In the summer of 1848, English patrons offered Alexander Crummell, then pastor of New York's Church of the Messiah, the opportunity to pursue a university education abroad, in a grand though by no
‘From motives of generosity, as well as self‐preservation’: Thomas Branagan, Colonization, and the Gradual Emancipation Movement
The idea of colonizing free blacks in areas distant from white settlement has had a long history in the American antislavery movement. A decade before the American Colonization Society formed in
White Anglo-Saxon Hopes and Black Americans' Atlantic Dreams: Jack Johnson and the British Boxing Colour Bar
  • Theresa Runstedtler
  • Medicine, History
    Journal of world history : official journal of the World History Association
  • 2010
The underlying connections between American Jim Crow and the racialized fault lines of British imperialism are exposed, and the "tense and tender ties" linking U.S. and African American history with the new imperial history and postcolonial studies are traced.
Saltwater anti-slavery: American abolitionists on the Atlantic Ocean in the Age of Steam
Abstract Despite the explosion of interdisciplinary interest in the Atlantic world, the Atlantic Ocean itself is often quickly passed over in studies of transatlantic abolitionism. However, this
"Negrophilism" and British Nationalism: The Spectacle of the Black American Abolitionist
The mother country, of late years, has signalized itself particularly in the great delight it has taken to avail itself of every opportunity to foster, and feed, and flatter, runaway American