Samuel R. Ward and the Importance of Transatlantic Congregational Links to Reform Networks

By Kate Rivington Scholars have long recognised the importance of religious ties to the formation and maintenance of reform networks. Most notably, for transatlantic abolitionism, scholars have recognised the importance of long-standing Quaker connections, like those dating back to the late eighteenth century between the London-based Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade […]

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