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Abolitionists

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Charles H. Test letters

 Collection — Folder S1296
Identifier: S1296
Scope and Contents This collection comprises photocopies of letters to Charles H. Test in Indiana ranging from 1840 to 1843, regarding his political career and abolitionism.
Dates: 1840-1843

Joshua Reed and Lura Maria Giddings collection

 Collection
Identifier: L332
Scope and Contents The collection includes Joshua Giddings' letters to his daughter, wife, and other members of his family, written from Washington, D. C. (1840-1858) and Montreal, Canada (1862-1864), journals and diaries of Lura Maria Giddings (1858-1870), Lura's biography of her father, the memoirs of Joshua Giddings, and family photographs.
Dates: 1799-1870

Wiley family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1410
Scope and Contents This collection contains mostly financial documents including indentures, tax receipts and bills of the Wiley family ranging from 1845 to 1896. Also, included are personal papers, correspondence, and newspapers.

There is also 2 oversize publications in OB190: 1845 June Herald of Progression, June 1845 and The Cincinnati Enquirer, August 8, 1874.
Dates: 1845-1896

William A. White letter

 Collection — Folder S1395
Identifier: S1395
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten transcription of a September 22, 1843 letter written by William A. White at Newcastle, Indiana and published in the October 13, 1843 edition of The Liberator, a Boston abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison. The letter is addressed to "Dear Friend" and relates what happened when a mob assaulted White, Frederick Douglass, George Bradburn, and others at an anti-slavery meeting in Pendleton,...
Dates: 1843-1911