Table of contents for Abel Brown, abolitionist / Catharine S. Brown ; edited by Tom Calarco.

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Preface by Tom Calarco	1
Notes on the Editing	7
Introduction	9
	I	His descent-Birth-Natural activity and love of business-
His Guardian Sister-His experience of a new life-and
choice of Profession	11
	II	Family Letters-Christian Experience	00
	III	Studies Divinity at Hamilton-Continuation of
Correspondence with his Sister-Letter to his Parents and
Brother	00
	IV	Second year at Hamilton-His Practical Efforts in the Cause
of Sabbath Schools-Missionary Letters-Journal	00
	V	Continuation of Letters and Journal-Third year at Hamilton
-The Mission Family	00
	VI	Labors in Western and Central N. Y. for the promotion of
Sabbath Schools-Leaves Hamilton and studies at Homer-Becomes a Lecturing Agent in the Cause of Temperance	00
	VII	Preaches at Westfield, N. Y.-Trials and Persecution-Is
publicly whipped, &c.-Labors in Pennsylvania-Lectures
in behalf of the American Anti-Slavery Society-An
Epistolary Address to Senior Class of Hamilton Institution	00
VIII	Settlement at Beaver-Receives Appointment of Agency from
the A.S. Society of Western Pennsylvania-Persecution-An
attempt to throw him into the River Ohio-"Delivers the
Spoiled from the Hand of the Spoiler"-Efforts to advance
the Cause of the Slave in his own Denomination	00
	IX	Receives Appointment of Agency for the Western Education Society-Leaves Pennsylvania-Visits Massachusetts-
Continues to Labor in the Cause of the Slave	000
	X	Commission from the Massachusetts Abolition Society-
Settles at Northampton-Private Correspondence-Death
of his Sister-Letter to C. P. Grosvenor	000
	XI	His Anti-Slavery Position-The Political Contest-
Correspondence-Leaves Northampton-Subsequent
Settlement at Sand Lake, N.Y.-Continuation of Letters	000
	XII	Removal to Albany-Labors in behalf of Refugees-
Engages as Publisher of the Tocsin of Liberty-Formation
of the Eastern N.Y. Anti-Slavery Society-Fugitive Slave
cases	000
	XIII	The Slave Hunter-Scenes of Outrage-Rights of Colored
Citizens invaded-No Legal Redress-Interference of Mr. Brown in behalf of the injured-Consequent Indictment-Proposition to Lecture-Mob Elements Combined-
Mr. Brown is burned in Effigy, &c.-Clay Indictment-
Circular-Explanatory Statements-Indefinite
Postponement of Trial	000
	XIV	Scenes of Domestic affliction-Death of his Wife-the
two White fugitives-Report of Vigilance Committee-
Lewis Washington, the Fugitive Slave Lecturer-Mr.
Brown visits Massachusetts-Our first Acquaintance-
Correspondence	000
	XV	Visit to New York-Subsequent Marriage-Anniversary
of the Eastern N.Y.A.S. Society-City Association in
behalf of the oppressed-Labors in New York-
Convention in New Jersey-Phrenological Character of
Mr. Brown given by O.S. Fowler	000
	XVI	The Slave Musician-A Western Tour-Letters-Visits
Massachusetts-Return to Albany-Continuation of
Efforts in behalf of the Slave-Mr. Brown's Political Views
-His continued interest in the Temperance Cause-Letter
to the Mayor of Albany	000
	XVII	Letters-Anniversary of Eastern N. Y. Anti-Slavery Society
-Mr. Brown visits Western N.Y.-Labors for the Cause
in various counties-Riotous scenes in Troy-My own
personal Observations of his views and character	000
XVIII	The Family Circle-The Visit of Alvin Stewart-His
Letter-Our Parting-His last Journey for the Slave-His
Visit at Rochester-Free Mission Meeting-The last
Letters-His Sickness and Death-Correspondence of the
Mosher Family-Effusions of Grief-Funeral Services-
An Obituary Notice-Resolutions-Monumental
Inscriptions-Conclusion	000
Appendix I: Excerpt from "Impressions and Incidents Connected with
 the Life of Rev. Charles B. Ray"	000
Appendix II: Excerpt from Reply of C.S.B. Spear of Passaic, N.J., to
 Wilbur Siebert	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Brown, Abel, 1810-1844.
Brown, Abel, 1810-1844 -- Correspondence.
Brown, Abel, 1810-1844 -- Diaries.
Abolitionists -- United States -- Biography.
Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century.