John Long

The Pictures of Slavery in Church and State (Complete Edition)

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“Pictures of Slavery in Church and State” written by a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church and a leading U.S. abolitionist at the time, John Dixon Long (1817 — 1894), is considered to be one of the most influential readings in abolitionist circles. Dixon debated in his book the issue of slavery, breaking the silence on what was openly discussed as hypocrisy and cowardice of the Methodist religious hierarchy, given their founders' adamant prescriptions against slavery in the early doctrines of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
What Is Southern Slavery, and Who Are Slaves
Methodist Episcopal Church and Slavery
The Conference Report
The Mischievous Colt
Love of Military Titles
Going in Debt
Aunt Phillis
Popular Preachers in the South
Rum and Slavery
The Wicked Slave
The Foreign Slave-trade
The Great American Republic
Tobacco and Slavery
Slavery and Novels
The Baltimore Conference
Slavery and White Labor
Maryland Hospitality
Personal Incidents
The Fourth of July
A Dying Babe in Jail
Testimony of John Wesley Against Slavery
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