This essay explores the nature of the anti-abolition sentiment in Cincinnati, Ohio, through an analysis of a short lived anti-abolition organization and newspaper. The two institutions developed in response to the race riot of 1841 and attempted to address the social and economic concerns of certain Cincinnati citizens.
Mujic, J. (2007). A border community's unfulfilled appeals: The rise and fall of the 1840's anti-abolitionist movement in Cincinnati. Ohio Valley History, 7(2): 53-69.