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William Lloyd Garrison and His Times; or, Sketches of the Anti-Slavery Movement In America and of the Man Who Was Its Founder and Moral Leader Title Page

Johnson, Oliver (1809-1889)

Museum of African American History, Boston & Nantucket

Museum of African American History, Boston & Nantucket

Oliver Johnson was an anti-slavery journalist and activist who worked closely with William Lloyd Garrison and was among the founding members of the New England Anti-Slavery Society in 1832 at the African Meeting House. In this biography, Johnson sought to preserve the history of Garrison's life and work.

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  • Title: William Lloyd Garrison and His Times; or, Sketches of the Anti-Slavery Movement In America and of the Man Who Was Its Founder and Moral Leader Title Page
  • Creator: Johnson, Oliver (1809-1889)
  • Date Created: 1880
  • Publisher: B. B. Russell & Co. Boston, Massachusetts
  • Rights: No known rights restrictions. Credit: Museum of African American History, Boston and Nantucket, 02.01.136
  • External Link: View this book online
  • Medium: Book

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