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Bénézet, Antoine

Record IDcnp01321465
Biographical Data1713 - 1784
Place of BirthSaint Quentin
Place of DeathPhiladelphia
Last Edit2017-08-24

General Note

See also ta011311. Philanthropist; born in France.
Quaker, philanthrope et réformateur social. Note de regroupement par domaine: Sciences sociales (300).
Gegner der Sklaverei.

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Further Biographical DataSaint Quentin, 1713-Philadelphia, 1784
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Primary Language(s)English
Personen zu Soziologie, Gesellschaft, Arbeit, Sozialgeschichte (9.5p) (sswd)
Geographic NoteUS (iso3166)

Place of Activity

Place of BirthSaint Quentin
Place of DeathPhiladelphia
Place of death


HeadingBénézet, Antoine
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Benezet, Anthony
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany); Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; British Library: English Short Title Catalogue - AACR2 Heading, London (United Kingdom)
Variant NameA. B., Anthony Benezet
B., A., Anthony Benezet
Benezet, Ant., Anthony
Benezet, Anthony
Benezet, Antoine
Benezet, Anton
PseudonymLover of Mankind


Found inBN Cat. gén.. — DBF. — Biog. Etats Unis : Anthony Benezet. — DNB. — Encycl. americana. — GDEL. — IBN. — LCAuth. — LCNA(AACR2). — GK55. — DNB. — NUC
Imprint SourcesObservations sur l'origine, les principes et l'établissement en Amérique de la Société des amis, connue sous la dénomination de Quakers, extraites de divers auteurs... / par Antoine Benezet. 1817
Some historical account of Guinea. - 1772
Some historical account of Guinea. - 1968
Some historical Account of Guinea... with an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade... also a republication of the sentiments of several authors of note on this interesting subject, particularly an extract of a treatise written by Granville Sharpe /by Anthony Benezet, 1788