Princeton Students Attempt to Lynch an Abolitionist

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Abstract

In September 1835, a crowd of students descended on Princeton’s African American neighborhood to apprehend an abolitionist. The assault underscored the presence on campus of a large number of students committed to slavery and white supremacy.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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    African Americans on Campus, 1746-1876

    Yannielli, J., 2017

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    Open Access
  • Escape from Princeton

    Yannielli, J., 2017

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    Open Access
  • Princeton and Abolition

    Yannielli, J., 2017

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    Open Access
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