This is the first part of the biography of abolitionist and radical reformer, Orson S. Murray.
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This is the first part of the biography of abolitionist and radical reformer, Orson S. Murray. It chronicles his life in Vermont, from where he moved in 1844 to New York and eventually in 1845 to Ohio. It is a story of how the Great Awakening influenced the development of abolitionism in the northeast and Murray’s role in it. Among those featured include Lorenzo Dow, William Lloyd Garrison, Theodore Weld, and the Adventist, Rev. William Miller.
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