Boston: Ginn & Company, 1901.
First Edition. Softcover. Good. Radcliffe College Monographs No. 11. 255 pp, in original printed wrappers. Paper covering spine mostly gone, leaving binding a bit tender. Chipping at edges of covers. Text clean. As described in the preface, "the aims of this investigation have been to trace the early development of anti-slavery sentiment under the influence of religious and ethical principles and of political theories; to indicate its practical outcome on the revolutionary period and the years immediately following; to discover the relation of early anti-slavery to that which culminated in universal emancipation, and to determine whether the anti-slavery movement may be regarded as a continuous growth."