Definition of Arthur Tappan

1. Noun. United States abolitionist (1786-1865).

Exact synonyms: Tappan
Generic synonyms: Abolitionist, Emancipationist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arthur Tappan

Arthur Meier Schlesinger
Arthur Meier Schlesinger Jr.
Arthur Miller
Arthur Mitchell
Arthur Neville Chamberlain
Arthur Rimbaud
Arthur Robert Ashe
Arthur Rubinstein
Arthur Schlesinger
Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Arthur Schopenhauer
Arthur Seymour Sullivan
Arthur Stanley Jefferson Laurel
Arthur Sullivan
Arthur Symons
Arthur Tappan (current term)
Arthur Tatum
Arthur Wellesley
Arthurian
Arthurian legend
Arthus phenomenon
Arthus reaction
Articles of Confederation
Artie
Artie Shaw
Artinian
Artium Baccalaurens
Artium Magister
Artocarpus
Artocarpus altilis

Literary usage of Arthur Tappan

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1. The New Englander by William Lathrop Kingsley (1870)
"Arthur Tappan belonged to a class of simple-hearted, self- centered men, who do not seek ... He was president of the Amer- * The Life of Arthur Tappan. ..."

2. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1870)
"Arthur Tappan belonged to ... He was president of the Amer- * The Life of Arthur Tappan. New York: Hurd A Houghton. ..."

3. Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict by Samuel Joseph May (1869)
"Arthur Tappan. The words and manner of Mr. Judson in the interview I had with him on the llth of March, of which I have given a pretty full report, ..."

4. William Lloyd Garrison and His Times: Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery by Oliver Johnson, John Greenleaf Whittier (1881)
"Arthur Tappan, not long after he procured Mr. Garrison's release from the Baltimore jail, gave ten thousand dollars to the Lane Theological Seminary, ..."

5. Bulls and Bears of New York: With the Crisis of 1873, and the Cause by Matthew Hale Smith (1874)
"Arthur Tappan. HALF a century ago, Wall Street was the centre of a heavy dry goods trade of the city. Where Pearl street intersects Wall, the autocrats of ..."

6. William Lloyd Garrison and His Times; Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery by Oliver Johnson, John Greenleaf Whittier (1880)
"X. The Lane Theological Seminary — Arthur Tappan and Dr. Beecher — A Remarkable Class of Students — Discussion of the Slavery Question — Conversion of the ..."

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