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Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children Paperback – November 25, 2002


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"This major historical and biographical study is not only highly informative but also unusually well written. It will appeal to both academics and general readers interested in history and biography."―Dee Garrison, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

"This book will find an audience among historians of reform, the family, and political culture. Because it is a concrete and enjoyable read, it could readily be assigned in courses on any of these subjects."―E. Anthony Rotundo, Phillips Academy, Andover

"The social capital that helped nurture American abolitionism also sustained the movement across generations, as illustrated by Harriet Hyman Alonso's study of the children of William Lloyd Garrison, dubbed Stanley Harrold 'the greatest of the American abolisitionists.'"―The Historical Journal

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Winner of the Warren F. Kuehl Prize from the Society for the History of American Foreign Relations.
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