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The humblest may stand forth
Speeches, addresses, etc., American--African American authors--History and criticism.
Speeches, addresses, etc., American--Women authors--History and criticism.
Rhetoric--Political aspects--United States--History--19th century.
Power (Social sciences)--United States--History--19th century.
Women and literature--United States--History--19th century.
Antislavery movements--United States--History.
English language--United States--Rhetoric.
African American women--Intellectual life.
African American women abolitionists.
Women abolitionists--United States.
African American women in literature.
African American abolitionists.
Geographic Coverage
United States
LCC: PS407 .B33 2002 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 815/.409896073 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2001006912
Table Of Contents
Slavery and silence, freedom and rhetoric
Recovering the voices of marginalized abolitionists
Too long have others spoken for us : the antislavery rhetoric of African American men
If I was a man, how I would lecture! : White women rhetors in the abolition movement
What if I am a woman? : the rhetoric of African American female abolitionists
Rhetoric and Empowerment : The marginalized abolitionists and beyond.
Authorized Access Point
Bacon, Jacqueline, 1965- humblest may stand forth