Author:Theodore Dwight Weld

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Theodore Dwight Weld
American abolitionist, writer, educator, editor, speaker, organizer. Husband of Angelina Emily Grimké.
Theodore Dwight Weld


  • First annual report of the Society for Promoting Manual Labor in Literary Institutions, including the report of their general agent, Theodore D. Weld. January 28, 1833, (1833) external link
  • The Bible Against Slavery. An inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic systems on the subject of human rights (1837)
  • The power of Congress over the District of Columbia (1838) external link
  • American slavery as it is; testimony of a thousand witnesses (1839) external link
  • Slavery and the internal slave trade in the United States (1841) external link
  • In Memory: Angelina Grimké Weld (1880) external link


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