By Lydia Maria Child
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December: Inaugurates new "LNY" column in the Boston Courier. 184455 LMC ceases to work with antislavery societies, but continues to help fugitive slaves and to write for the cause. Publishes Fact and Fiction: A Collection of Stories (1846); several children's books; Isaac T. Hopper (1853), a biography of her Quaker host in New York, highlighting his Underground Railroad and prison reform activities; The Progress of Religious Ideas (1855), a three-volume comparative history of religion; and "Jan and Zaida" in the Liberty Bell for 1856.
P. cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. ). paper). Title. 896'073dc20 95-21667 This book is published with the support and cooperation of the University of Massachusetts Boston. The introduction to this book is adapted from Chapter 8 of Carolyn L. : Duke University Press, 1994) with the permission of Duke University Press. The text of An Appeal here reprinted is that of the first edition (Boston: Allen and Ticknor, 1833). It has been compared with the second edition (New York: John S. Taylor, 1836) and emended to include new material from that edition and to indicate material from the 1833 edition omitted in the 1836 edition.
We had seen her often at our meetings," May reminisced. "35 Page xxxii Compounding the "exultation" in antislavery ranks that "such an authoray, such an authorityshould espouse our cause just at that crisis" was the stature Child had by now attained. In 1833, some four years after Garrison had hailed her as "the first woman in the republic," she stood at the apex of her literary fame. Only a month earlier, the most prestigious journal of American letters, the North American Review, had crowned her with its laurels in a twenty-five-page appraisal of her entire oeuvre.
An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans by Lydia Maria Child