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Abolitionists

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: https://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85000188

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Parker Pillsbury letter

 Collection — Box 67
Identifier: MS-SC1178
Scope and Contents Letter to Mr. Robinson, re: the Society's inability to hire more agents due to "supplying the sinews of such a war as this" for which he "would not have voted the appropriations" and is sure "Hovey" would not have approved. Encourages him to continue to "proclaim the gospel" and raise money at his meetings.
Dates: Created: August 27, 1864

Rinaldo R. Williams, "Benjamin Lundy: Pioneer, Hero, and Martyr"

 Collection — Box 98
Identifier: MS-SC1666
Scope and Contents One manuscript and two typed copies of an article on the life of the abolitionist Benjamin Lundy, written by Professor Rinaldo Williams. The article was published in the Chicago Interocean on March 7th and 14th, 1897.
Dates: Created: circa 1897

Thomas W. Stone letters

 Collection — Box 86
Identifier: MS-SC1489
Scope and Contents Two letters from Springfield, Ill. to Thomas P. Warrick commenting on the possible changes in the judicial system, banking system and "a plank...upon which Dick Yates and his abolition Blood Suckers will have to walk out of office on." Mentions friends and occurrences in Grayville.
Dates: Created: January 11 and February 3, 1862