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Owen Lovejoy.

by John Lovejoy Elliott

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Published by Cornell University Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History / United States / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11897701M
    ISBN 101429746661
    ISBN 109781429746663

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Lovejoy Owen books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Owen Lovejoy was an American lawyer, Congregational minister, abolitionist, and Republican congressman from Illinois. He was also a "conductor" on the Underground Railroad. After his brother Elijah Lovejoy was murdered in November by pro-slavery forces, Owen, a friend of Abraham Lincoln, became a leader of abolitionists in Illinois.

    DEKALB — William and Jane Ann Moore hope people will discover the words of abolitionist Owen Lovejoy and, like them, find his words as powerful today as they were years ago. In the book. 57 Owen Lovejoy letter of Octo to Ozias Hatch in the Ozias Hatch Manuscript Collection, Springfield, IL., Illinois State Historical Library. 58 Geneseo Republic, Novem 59 Letter from Owen Lovejoy to Jesse Fell, J

      Author of Memoir of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy, The barbarism of slavery, The fanaticism of the Democratic party, State of the Union, Human beings not property, Confiscation of rebel property, State of the Union, Remarks of Messrs. O. Lovejoy & W. M. Dunn, on the bill to authorize the President to enlist soldiers of African descent ; delivered in the House of Representatives, Janu The Owen Lovejoy papers primarily consist of the correspondence, speeches, and writings of Owen Lovejoy, with additional material from his descendents. The collection contains letters, 13 land records and indentures, a diary, 3 documents and 10 checks, 27 speeches and writings, 3 images, 11 commemorative items, and 26 newspaper clippings.


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Owen Lovejoy (January 6, – Ma ) was an American lawyer, Congregational minister, abolitionist, and Republican congressman from Owen Lovejoy. book. He was also a "conductor" on the Underground his brother Elijah Lovejoy was murdered in November by pro-slavery forces, Owen, a friend of Abraham Lincoln, became a leader of abolitionists in Illinois, condemning slavery Occupation: Minister.

Owen Lovejoy has 11 books on Goodreads with 15 ratings. Owen Lovejoy’s most popular book is His Brother's Blood: Speeches and Writings, The book focuses mostly on Lovejoy and what is was like for him to go against the flow as an abolitionist. He was a pastor with enough courage to place an ad in the newspaper letting everyone know he was willing to help hide fugitive slaves in a time when that could have cost him his home and freedom.

Owen Lovejoy. book is an incredible story in here of how 5/5(2). This is a fascinating collection of Owen Lovejoy's speeches and writings, which Civil War historians and scholars will enjoy browsing. The amount of research done by the authors is astounding, and will help many future scholars in their research.

This book is different from a typical biography as this is written in a more scholarly by: 1. Owen Lovejoy and the Coalition for Equality examines how these three distinct groups merged their agendas into a single antislavery, religious, political campaign for equality with Lovejoy at the helm.

Combining scholarly biography, historiography, and primary source material, Jane Ann and William F. Moore demonstrate Lovejoy's crucial role in Author: Jane Ann Moore, William F. Moore. John Keep papers, Correspondence, speeches concerning slavery by Keep and Owen Lovejoy, autobiography, notes, record book, newspaper clippings, a Bible containing Keep family genealogical information, and brass plate portrait of Keep.

Subjects include William Dawes. The Owen Lovejoy Collection contains primarily family letters, although there is some correspondence with other antislavery leaders. The majority of the collection relating to Owen Lovejoy is between andwhen he was in Congress.

Printed copies of Owen Lovejoy's antislavery pamphlets, speeches, and sermons are also present. "Owen Lovejoy and the Coalition of Equality: Clergy, African Americans and Women United for Abolition" is available from the publisher University of Illinois Press: The book by Edward Magdol is the only definitive biography of Owen Lovejoy.

The small book about Elijah Lovejoy was written by Owen Lovejoy and his brother, Joseph, shortly after Elijah was murdered. It is the only book Owen Lovejoy ever wrote.

On the east wall is an blanket chest. Elijah Parish Lovejoy (November 9, – November 7, ) was an American Presbyterian minister, journalist, newspaper editor, and was shot and killed by a pro-slavery mob in Alton, Illinois, during their attack on the warehouse of Benjamin Godfrey and W.

Gillman, where Lovejoy's press and abolitionist materials were stored. Owen Lovejoy is the author of His Brother's Blood ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Abba's Heart ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 rev /5(5). Jane Ann Moore and William F.

Moore are co-directors of the Lovejoy Society. They are the authors of Collaborators for Emancipation: Abraham Lincoln and Owen Lovejoy and the editors of Owen's Lovejoy's His Brother's Blood: Speeches and Writings, –They manage the websitewhich applies the concepts of this book.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Owen Lovejoy books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Get this from a library. Owen Lovejoy and the Coalition for Equality: Clergy, African Americans, and Women United for Abolition.

[Jane Anne Moore; William F Moore] -- "Antislavery white clergy and their congregations. Radicalized abolitionist women. African Americans committed to ending slavery through constitutional political action. These diverse groups. If you would like to learn more about Owen Lovejoy and the Underground Railroad, we recommend purchasing a copy of "The Lovejoy Shrine" by George Owen Smith of Princeton, Illinois.

The price of the book is $1 plus $1 shipping and handling. To order this book call: Princeton Chamber of Commerce 1. Owen Lovejoy was an American politician and clergyman. He served as a Congregational minister from to and as a member of the U.

House of Representatives from Illinois from to Owen Lovejoy: | | | |Owen Lovejoy| | | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. A history of Owen Lovejoy’s religious and political participation in the antislavery movment from to This is the first comprehensive collection of the speeches of Owen Lovejoy ().

After the assassination of his brother, Elijah, for printing an antislavery newspaper, instead of seeking revenge on the murderers, Lovejoy chose. ‎Antislavery white clergy and their congregations. Radicalized abolitionist women. African Americans committed to ending slavery through constitutional political action.

These diverse groups attributed their common vision of a nation free from slavery to strong political and religious values. Owen Lo.

Owen Lovejoy was a minister for a Congregationalist Church and a passionate abolitionist who believed that the "liberty of all men was an inalienable gift from God.". The three antislavery groups explored in Jane and William Moore's Owen Lovejoy and the Coalition for Equality: Clergy, African Americans, and Women United for Abolition "attributed their common vision of a nation free from slavery to strong political and religious Lovejoy’s gregarious personality, formidable oratorical talent, probing political analysis, and profound religious.Owen Lovejoy (), an influential abolitionist, lived in this house, a National Historic Landmark, which was used as a depot on the Underground Railroad.

Born in Maine, Lovejoy moved to Princeton in where he was a minister for a Congregationalist Church. Only one year before, Lovejoy had.› Find signed collectible books by 'Owen Lovejoy' English. Memoir of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy ; Who was Murdered.

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