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Jonathan Edwards Jr.
Jonathan Edwards Jr. (1746-1801), the son of early America’s preeminent theologian and Princeton’s third president, strongly opposed slavery throughout his life and career as a minister—becoming a leading antislavery activist of the 18th century and one of the few abolitionists Princeton ever produced.
"An Address to Americans, upon Slave-Keeping"
Antislavery essay by Jonathan Edwards Jr. (class of 1763), published in New Haven, Connecticut.