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Harriet Beecher Stowe In Birmingham (Part 2)

(cont..)Newspaper account of Harriet Beecher Stowe's visit to Birmingham and its local antislavery societies.
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 Harriet Beecher Stowe In Birmingham  (Part 2)
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"Equiano and Birmingham"

All text by Dr Andy Green Equiano and Birmingham: Researching the Links. This exhibition is intended to generate more research into Olaud...
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"The Joseph Sturge Monument "

The Joseph Sturge Monument at Five Ways: A Photographic Essay. All text by Dr Andy Green This city story highlights the changing fortunes of...
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Abolition of Slavery: The Birmingham Antislavery Society's Opening Statement.

This document identifies the original members of the Birmingham Anti Slavery Society and provides an ‘opening statement’ of their aims and objectiv...
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Abolition of Slavery: The Birmingham Antislavery Society's Opening Statement.
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Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith came to Birmingham in 1879. Born into slavery in the United States, Amanda Smith's father bought his freedom and that of his family. S...
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Amanda Smith
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AMERICAN SLAVERY TO ENGLISH MINISTRY: THE REVD. PETER THOMAS STANFORD (1860-1909)

Submitted by Rev. Paul Walker of Highgate Baptist Church, Birmingham. In 1995 I was investigating the history of Highgate Baptist Church, when ...
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AMERICAN SLAVERY TO ENGLISH MINISTRY: THE REVD. PETER THOMAS STANFORD (1860-1909)
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Antislavery and the Birmingham Quaker 'Friends Book Society',

In order for the Birmingham Antislavery Society to be effective in campaigning for social justice, it was vital that they had a network system that...
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Antislavery and the Birmingham Quaker 'Friends Book Society',
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Antislavery Lecture by Rev Thomas Swan (extract).

Lectures, speeches, public addresses and sermons were a vitally important way of spreading the word about slavery to the Birmingham public. The ext...
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Antislavery Lecture by Rev Thomas Swan  (extract).
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Birmimgham's 'Negro Emancipation School'.

Image: The Negro Emancipation School (Subscribers List) This rare document shows how in 1838 many of the members of the Birmingham Antislavery S...
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Birmimgham's  'Negro Emancipation School'.
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Birmingham Canal

Image: Photograoh from Warwickshire Photographic Survey (date unknown). The canal systems were vital for the developemt of metal industries in B...
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Birmingham Canal
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Birmingham's 'Female Society for the Relief of the Negro Slave’ .

The reports, minute books, cash books and illustrated albums of Birmingham’s ‘Female Society for the Relief of the Negro Slave’ show just how organ...
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Birmingham's 'Female Society for the Relief of the Negro Slave’ .
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Booker T. Washington

Booker T. Washington, a controversial African-American figure, was perhaps one of the last great abolitionists to visit Birmingham who had lived th...
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Booker T. Washington
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