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Grégoire, Henri, 1750-1831


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    • us: Grégoire, Baptiste Henri, 1750-1831
    • us: Grégoire, H. (Henri), 1750-1831
    • us: Grégoire, M. (Henri), 1750-1831
    • us: Grégoire, abbé (Henri), 1750-1831
    • us: Ami des hommes de toutes les couleurs, 1750-1831
    • us: Greguʼar, Enri Baṭisṭ, 1750-1831
    • us: גרגואר, אנרי באטיסט, 1750־1831
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1750
    • Death Date

        1831
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Jesuits
        • Organization: (naf) Sociét́é des amis des noirs
    • Birth Place

        Vého, France
    • Death Place

        Paris, France
    • Associated Locale

        Loir-et-Cher, France
    • Gender

        male
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Grégoire, Henri, Constitutional Bp. of Blois, 1750-1831
  • Sources

    • found: Ricci, S. de'. Correspondance, Scipione de' Ricci, Henri Grégoire, 1963: t.p. (Henri Grégoire) p. 5 (l'abbé Grégoire)
    • found: Grand dict. encycl. Larousse (Grégoire (Henri, dit l'abbé) homme polit. franç., b. Vého 1750, d. Paris 1831; évêque constitutionnel de Loir-et-Cher)
    • found: His de la traite et de l'esclavage des noirs et des blancs, 1815: t.p. (ami des hommes de toutes les couleurs)
    • found: His Essai sur la régénération physique ... Hebrew. Masah ʻal ha-teḥiyah ha-fisit ..., 1989: t.p. (Enri Baṭisṭ Greguʼar) added t.p. (Henri Baptiste Grégoire [in rom.])
    • found: Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895: From the Colonial Period to the Age of Frederick Douglass, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014: (Grégoire, Bishop Henri; abolitionist, roman catholic clergyperson, revolutionary, essayist; born 04 December 1750 in Vého, Lorraine, France; educated at a Jesuit college; became a teacher and was consequently ordained as a priest in Lorraine; in 1785 won awards for a book reflecting his passion for Jewish rights; opposed to slavery, advocate for rights for blacks; joined the Société des Amis des Noirs (Society of Friends of the Blacks) (1787), which was modeled after the anti-slaving English Slave Trade Committee; died 20 May 1831 in France)
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    • 1980-06-25: new
    • 2015-03-14: revised
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