1 edition of Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society. found in the catalog.
Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
Concerns the history and work of the Aborigines Protection Society, and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society which amalgamated in 1909 to form the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
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The society's supporters faced dangerous pushback by the powers they challenged and were labeled Zulu-lovers and traitors by senior British Army officers and white settlers. This book tells the story of the struggle among Britain's Colonial Office, white settlers, and aborigines that determined the development of the empire in its formative s: 1. In December , he wrote a letter to Sir John Harris, the secretary of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, which was also sent to The Times in London. The letter read, in part: “Our friends among the white Australians and our own educated Aborigines all agree that the prevalent attitude among those who at all take an.
Two organisations were born in the aftermath: The British and Foreign Antislavery Society, founded in , which continued to campaign for the abolition of slavery worldwide, and The Aborigines Protection Society (), which focused on the treatment of . English MS minute book of the Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery Society, English MS miscellaneous poems concerning slavery, c A small uncatalogued collection of miscellaneous documents concerning the slave trade in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (purchased from Mrs B. Lees on 19 Mar ) is also available.
Anti-Slavery Society. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the abolitionist organisation active in the United States, see American Anti-Slavery Society. The painting of the Anti-Slavery Convention at Exeter Hall. Move your cursor to identify delegates or click the icon to enlarge. Part of. Vols. , 3d ser., include the 16thst annual reports of the British and foreign anti-slavery society. The 22dth annual reports are appended to v. , 3d ser. Series 4 contains annual reports of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Series 5 contains annual reports of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
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Anti-Slavery International is an international non-governmental organisation, registered charity and advocacy group, based in the United d init is the world's oldest international human rights works exclusively against slavery and related abuses.
It owes its origins to the radical element of an older Anti-Slavery Society, known as the "Agency Committee of Purpose: Anti-slavery. 3 The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines' Protection Society was formed in when the two hitherto separate organizations were united; it is henceforth referred to Cited by: Rough minutes of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, a registerof the Society's committee, a note book belonging to Frederick Tuckett, oneof the Aborigines' Protection Society's committee members fromand minutesof Miss Catherine Impey's Society for the Recognition of the Brotherhood ofMan in Somerset.
Aborigines Protection Society Title British and Foreign Anti-Slavery and Aborigines' Protection Society (as filmed by the AJCP) Date Range 2 May - Collection Number M - M Extent 66 items Language of Materials English Repository Australian Joint Copying Project Sponsor.
The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery and Aborigines' Protection Society was formed in through the amalgamation of the two bodies that form its name.
The roots of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society go back to the 18th century, and the beginnings of a largely Quaker-inspired movement to abolish the slave trade. While the Aborigines’ Protection Society had limited success, Hodgkin’s position as a humanitarian campaigner on imperial affairs and interest in human natural history gave him a distinctive perspective on the anti-slavery and missionary movements.
Scrap books comprising newspaper clippings and some pamphlets, relating mainly to the anti-slavery movement in the United States, the work of the Aborigines Protection Society in England and English political and social reforms from compiled by the abolitionist George Thompson and his son-in-law, Frederick W.
Chesson. Articles collected by George Thompson on topics including American. Many of them maintained close connections to Catholic politics and missionaries, yet also co-operated with two older – and predominantly Protestant – groups in Britain: the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (BFAS) and the Aborigines’ Protection Society (APS).
G raham Greene was only 30 when he embarked on his first adventure beyond Europe, sponsored by the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, which he immortalised in his classic travel book.
‘A compelling book, rich in historical detail, that will be of considerable value to a range of scholars working in related fields.’ — Aboriginal History ‘A cogent, elegantly written overview of the society and its history towhen it merged with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.’ — Journal of.
James Heartfield has followed up his book on the Aborigines’ Protection Society with another study of a British humanitarian organisation, this time the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (BFASS).
Anti-slavery is now firmly back in vogue among historians of modern Britain, and the BFASS is far from untilled ground.
Four closely-written pages, 12mo, bifolium, good+ condition. He is about to leave England after a long and arduous stay, and reviews the current situation as he finds it - antagonism of the Anti-Slavery Society, support of Thomas Clarkson, favourable statistics, his principles and credo, new colony, etc etc.
Was slavery part of the Australian aboriginal culture. The typical feminist would say that being someone’s wife is nothing but slavery. Australian Aborigines were/are very big on marriage & the family unit, so if the feminist viewpoint is your ben. James Heartfield has written on native rights for the Journal of Pacific History, Arena, the Fiji Times, and elsewhere.
His work has also appeared in the Times Educational Supplement, the Guardian, the Telegraph, and the is the author of The Aborigines’ Protection Society () and has been teaching, writing and campaigning around questions of international justice for thirty years. George Thompson was born in Liverpool inwas brought up in London, and became a leading anti-slavery advocate in the s.
Appointed as a stipendiary agent by the London Anti- Slavery Society in (the year in which he married), he travelled extensively throughout Britain disseminating information about slavery in the British colonies. The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society attained its present form in when the long-discussed amalgamation took place between the two societies that form its name; but the collection of papers here listed contain the records of more than these two societies.
Nearly years ago, ina group of liberal-minded Quakers rounded the Aborigines Protection Society. Init merged with the Anti-Slavery Society. The Anti-Slavery Society can claim, therefore, that it is the oldest organization in the world concerned about indigenous peoples and championing their cause.
London. The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, Softcover. Very good to poor. Item # x Fourteen issues of this Anti-Slavery periodical. Staple-bound pamphlets. Page count and condition varies from very good to poor, most covers are somewhat delicate. Sold as a lot:April, spotting to coverJuly, covers detachedApril, covers.
The Anti-slavery reporter and aborigines' friend / under the sanction of the Anti-slavery and Aborigines Aborigines Protection Society. Vol. 2; Records of the Church Missionary Society (as filmed by the AJCP), [MM, MM] Extracts from the papers and proceedings of the Aborigines Protection Society.
May, The Society continued untilwhen it merged with the Anti-Slavery Society. All volumes published by the Aborigines' Protection Society that are in the collection of Anti-Slavery International are compiled here, along with volumes in Rhodes House Library, Oxford.
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Description: 1 preliminary leaf, 12 pages 25 cm: Responsibility: prepared by the Anti-slavery and aborigines protection society, May, They put pressure on Arana to improve operations. A movement grew to stop the abuse and eventually led to the end of the company. The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society was one of the activist groups working to stop the abuses.
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