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A plan of part of the rivers Tombecbe, Alabama, Tensa, Perdido, & Scambia in the province of West Florida; with a sketch of the boundary between the nation of upper Creek Indians and that part of the province which is contigious thereto, as settled at the congresses at Pensacola in the years 1765 & 1771.

A plan of part of the rivers Tombecbe, Alabama, Tensa, Perdido, & Scam...

Scale ca. 1:126,720. Manuscript, pen-and-ink and watercolor. Relief shown pictorially. Cadastral map. Drawn from the original map in British archives "Col. Off. 5. Vol. 73, pp. 103-104. (Old A.W.I. 276)." Inclu... more

John Hankock - praesident des Americane congresses

John Hankock - praesident des Americane congresses

Print shows John Hancock, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, in oval. Title from item. Illus. in: Geschichte der kriege in und ausser Europa / Christoph Heinrich Korn. Nürnberg : G.N. Raspe, 1776-84, p.... more

Letter from William P. Weeks, South Berswick, [Maine],

Letter from William P. Weeks, South Berswick, [Maine],

William P. Weeks writes to Amos A. Phelps speaking of affairs at the home of Sarah Ann Haggins. He writes, "You mention in your last that you had a "momentary sorrow" in viewing the contents of my last letter b... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... more

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Orwell, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garrison, December 3. 1834

Letter from Orson S. Murray, Orwell, [Vt.], to William Lloyd Garrison,...

Writing on behalf of the Executive Committee of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society, Orson S. Murray informs William Lloyd Garrison that while the abolitionist cause advances in Vermont, they remain in need of pow... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1835 July 16

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1835 Jul...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps regarding the executive commitee's decision to send Phelps to D.C. to "set on foot petititions to Congress from the inhabitants thereof." He lays out a course of actio... more

Letter from Edwin Pitt Atlee, Phila[delphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, [August] 21st 1835

Letter from Edwin Pitt Atlee, Phila[delphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd ...

Edwin P. Atlee addresses William Lloyd Garrison concerning the "use of violent and unchristian language" appearing in the last edition of the Liberator, and states his hope that Garrison will "change for the be... more

Letter from Sophia Davenport, Dedham, [Massachusetts], to Caroline Weston, [1836 July 13]

Letter from Sophia Davenport, Dedham, [Massachusetts], to Caroline Wes...

Sophia Davenport writes to Caroline Weston in regards to a difficult journey out of town. Miss Harriet Braston has been obeying "Thompson's injunction to cry out aloud since she has been in Dedham." Davenport w... more

Letter from Caroline Weston, [Boston, Massachusetts], [1836 July 13]

Letter from Caroline Weston, [Boston, Massachusetts], [1836 July 13]

Caroline Weston writes to unknown a printed copy of the address of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society and a petition on the second page to Congress for the abolishment of slavery. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from David Lee Child, London, [England], to George Thompson, 1836 Nov[ember] 30

Letter from David Lee Child, London, [England], to George Thompson, 18...

David Lee Child writes to George Thompson thanking him for his proposal to be his guide while he is visiting England but he has to decline it. He hopes to visit him at some point but he won't be able to attend ... more

Letter from Samuel Williston, E[ast] Hampton, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1836 Oct[ober] 15

Letter from Samuel Williston, E[ast] Hampton, [Massachusetts], to Mari...

Samuel Williston writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to Mrs. Williston obtaining signatures for the petition in East Hampton for the Boston female anti-slavery society, which he will forward after the ope... more

Letter from Isaac Stearns, Mansfield, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1836 Dec[ember] 30

Letter from Isaac Stearns, Mansfield, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Isaac Stearns Jr writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to receiving the petition to Congress to abolish the slave trade in the District of Columbia issued by the Boston Female anti-slavery society. He has obt... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, [Massachusetts], to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 [September] 19

Letter from John Greenleaf Whittier, Amesbury, [Massachusetts], to Amo...

John Greenleaf writes to Amos A. Phelps regarding an invitation to attend a meeting at Amesbury. He writes that he has "done the very thing which I balmed thee & Garrison for: written a long letter to Garrison,... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep[tember] 5

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps about Phelps' proposition to be brought before the Committee. He writes, "That Congress should feel the full force of Anti-Texas sentiment in the northern states seems... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep[tember] 5

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps about Phelps' proposition to be brought before the Committee. He writes, "That Congress should feel the full force of Anti-Texas sentiment in the northern states seems... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep[tember] 5

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps about Phelps' proposition to be brought before the Committee. He writes, "That Congress should feel the full force of Anti-Texas sentiment in the northern states seems... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep[tember] 5

Letter from Elizur Wright, New York, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1837 Sep...

Elizur Wright Jr. writes to Amos A. Phelps about Phelps' proposition to be brought before the Committee. He writes, "That Congress should feel the full force of Anti-Texas sentiment in the northern states seems... more

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May 13

Letter from Julia A. Tappan, New York, to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 May...

Julia A. Tappan writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to the petitions Anne was intending to circulate in New England. She writes, "you cannot print petitions to the State Legislatures on the same sheets with... more

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren Weston, 1837 Sept[ember] 10

Letter from Sarah Buffum, Fall River, [Massachusetts], to Anne Warren ...

Sarah Buffum writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to sending her two copies of the Remonstrance. She hopes that Anne will publish on account of her success. She says she should have sent this by their repres... more

Letter from Jonathan Ward, Plymouth, Massachusetts, to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1838 September 11th

Letter from Jonathan Ward, Plymouth, Massachusetts, to Amos Augustus P...

Jonathan Ward writes Amos A. Phelps suggesting that agents of the society who are able to preach be permitted to do so in places where preaching is needed. He describes controversy in some of the churches in Pl... more

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, [New York], to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1838 [November] 16

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, [New York], to Elizabeth Pea...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol thanking her for her letters and the pamphlets she included for them. She has distributed these pamphlets to others including John Quincy Adams and his wife. ... more

Letter from Daniel Wise, Littleton, Mass[achusetts], to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1839 July 17

Letter from Daniel Wise, Littleton, Mass[achusetts], to Amos Augustus ...

Daniel Wise writes to Amos A. Phelps regarding the town of Littleton becoming "auxiliary to the Mass Anti-Slavery Society & to become auxiliary to the Mass Abolition society-Good! you exclaim. Well, what is bet... more

Letter from Margaretta Lucy Kelley West Barton, Upton, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, July 4, 1841

Letter from Margaretta Lucy Kelley West Barton, Upton, [Mass.], to Wil...

Margaretta L. Kelley writes William Lloyd Garrison requesting that he published a notice concerning the Anti-Slavery Fair scheduled for Millbury on the 4th-5th of July informing the public that this event has b... more

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbia], to John Anderson Collins and Maria Weston Chapman, 1841 Dec[ember] 11

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbi...

Nathaniel B. Borden writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to the assertion that abolitionists are increasing in numbers and that the slaveholders realize it. The reports of the secretaries of the navy and w... more

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbia], to John Anderson Collins and Maria Weston Chapman, 1841 Dec[ember] 11

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbi...

Nathaniel B. Borden writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to the assertion that abolitionists are increasing in numbers and that the slaveholders realize it. The reports of the secretaries of the navy and w... more

Letter from Parker Pillsbury, Concord, [N.H.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 12th Feb[ruary] 1841

Letter from Parker Pillsbury, Concord, [N.H.], to William Lloyd Garris...

Parker Pillsbury informs William Lloyd Garrison that a "County Convention" has been called to be held in Exeter, and opines that both Nathaniel Peabody Rogers and Stephen S. Foster will soon write Garrison conc... more

Letter from Jairus Lincoln, Hingham, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Oct[ober] 26, 1841

Letter from Jairus Lincoln, Hingham, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Jairus Lincoln writes William Lloyd Garrison requesting that he publish in the Liberator an advertisement announcing that the quarterly meeting of the Plymouth Anti-Slavery Society meeting will take place on "T... more

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbia], to John Anderson Collins and Maria Weston Chapman, 1841 Dec[ember] 11

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbi...

Nathaniel B. Borden writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to the assertion that abolitionists are increasing in numbers and that the slaveholders realize it. The reports of the secretaries of the navy and w... more

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbia], to John Anderson Collins and Maria Weston Chapman, 1841 Dec[ember] 11

Letter from Nathaniel B. Borden, Washington City. [District of Columbi...

Nathaniel B. Borden writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to the assertion that abolitionists are increasing in numbers and that the slaveholders realize it. The reports of the secretaries of the navy and w... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, South Scituate, [Mass], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 18 1841

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, South Scituate, [Mass], to William Lloy...

Samuel Joseph May thanks William Lloyd Garrison for his letter, and opines that Garrison's work will ever be interesting to him, bound as they are in the same struggle. May informs Garrison that he is in the mi... more

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, June 30 / [18]42

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pa.], to William Lloyd ...

James Miller M'Kim writes William Lloyd Garrison concerning arrangements for the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, scheduled to take place in Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, ... more

Letter from Edward Needles, Philad[elphi]a. [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, [March] 22. 1842

Letter from Edward Needles, Philad[elphi]a. [Pa.], to William Lloyd Ga...

Edward Needles assures William Lloyd Garrison that although the progress of the abolitionist cause may "appear to be very slow", he is possessed of a "holy confidence" that their work will be completed faster t... more

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Belleville, [New Jersey], to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1842 February 11

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Belleville, [New Jersey], to Elizabeth...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding her apologies for not writing to her because of domestic duties including caring for Charles Stuart & Theodore Grimkè: they "are progressing in wisd... more

Letter from Charles Turner Torrey, Washington, D.C., to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1842 Apr[il] 20

Letter from Charles Turner Torrey, Washington, D.C., to Amos Augustus ...

Charles Turner Torrey writes to Amos A. Phelps requesting "wholesome advice" on his current financial situation. He explains that his prison escape has left him with pecuniary troubles and asks "is there any th... more

Letter from Charles Turner Torrey, Washington, D.C., to Amos Augustus Phelps, 1842 May 5

Letter from Charles Turner Torrey, Washington, D.C., to Amos Augustus ...

Charles Turner Torrey writes to Amos A. Phelps thanking him for his "advice" and writes his necessity in finding work. He writes about Mr. Taylor's visit in Washington, in which Mr. Taylor mentions that "the ab... more

Letter from T.P. Locke, Westminster, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, May 19, 1846

Letter from T.P. Locke, Westminster, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

T.P. Locke forwards to William Lloyd Garrison a notice for the quarterly meeting of the Worcester North Division Anti-Slavery Society, to take place at Princeton on Thursday, June 4th, 1846. Locke invites all "... more

Letter from Chauncey Morse, Canterbury, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, [April] 12 - 1846

Letter from Chauncey Morse, Canterbury, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Chauncey Morse proposes to William Lloyd Garrison that, at the next annual meeting, the American Anti-Slavery Society ought to create an agency tasked with the responsibility of traveling the nation to raise fu... more

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Liverpool, [England], to Edmund Quincy, August 1, 1846

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Liverpool, [England], to Edmund Qu...

William Lloyd Garrison recounts to Edmund Quincy the tedium of his trans-Atlantic voyage by ship, and his arrival in Liverpool during an official visit by Prince Albert (whom Garrison dismisses while noting tha... more

Letter from Jane Elizabeth, Salem, [Ohio], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 8 - [18]47

Letter from Jane Elizabeth, Salem, [Ohio], to William Lloyd Garrison, ...

J. Elizabeth Jones writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that she had not yet received any response to the letter she had previously written to him some weeks ago inviting him to Ohio for their anniversary meet... more

Letter from George Thompson, Manchester, [England], to Richard Davis Webb, 1848 Oct[ober] 19

Letter from George Thompson, Manchester, [England], to Richard Davis W...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to his travels to Wales for a week. He thanks him for taking the tracts. He asks about the new poltical party in the U.S. which has been created by the "l... more

Letter from Theodore Parker, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 9 1848

Letter from Theodore Parker, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Theodore Parker writes William Lloyd Garrison to subscribe his name to the call for Garrison's Anti-Sabbath Convention, but adds that he does not believe that he will be able to take a "prominent part" in the d... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec[ember] 29 1850

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison inviting him to the antislavery convention to take place on January 7-9, and requests that should Garrison be unable to attend that he assist May in persuading Ge... more

Letter from Theodore Parker, West Roxbury, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 24th June 1850

Letter from Theodore Parker, West Roxbury, [Mass.], to William Lloyd G...

Theodore Parker requests that William Lloyd Garrison send him his proof sheets of his speech delivered at the New England Convention so that he might edit a passage therein. Parker informs Garrison that he will... more

Letter from Lucretia Mott, Philad[elphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison and Helen Eliza Garrison, [September] 11th. 1851

Letter from Lucretia Mott, Philad[elphi]a, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Gar...

Lucretia Mott writes William Lloyd and Helen Garrison stating her delight at the prospect of a visit from them, and states her hopes that it might be a prolonged one. Mott asserts that the time is ripe for Anti... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 11. 1851

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison concerning a scheduling conflict which has left him in a dilemma. May states that, having received Garrison and George Thompson's assent to participate in his upc... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 23. 1851

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May reports to William Lloyd Garrison that in the entire course of their struggle against the "Monster Slavery", he has "never been so active, bold, tranquil and happy" in his work as the past sev... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Ap[ril] 20 1851

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison reminding him that "great dependence" is placed upon Garrison's presence at the annual meeting, and states his hopes that nothing will prevent Garrison's attendan... more

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Febr[uary] 27 / [18]52

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloy...

James Miller M'Kim writes William Lloyd Garrison informing him that the meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society will take place on Monday, October 25th. M'Kim inquires if Garrison might be able to make... more

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Febr[uary] 27 / [18]52

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloy...

James Miller M'Kim writes William Lloyd Garrison informing him that the meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society will take place on Monday, October 25th. M'Kim inquires if Garrison might be able to make... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 5. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison that Jermain Loguen, "one of those under arrest" for his role in the Jerry Rescue, is "very anxious" to have access to the Liberator, but owing to his poor financ... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 1. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison concerning the preparations being made for their celebration of the "Rescue of Jerry" to be held on October 1st. May states that they have secured a meeting hall ... more

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Febr[uary] 27 / [18]52

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloy...

James Miller M'Kim writes William Lloyd Garrison informing him that the meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society will take place on Monday, October 25th. M'Kim inquires if Garrison might be able to make... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 5. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison that Jermain Loguen, "one of those under arrest" for his role in the Jerry Rescue, is "very anxious" to have access to the Liberator, but owing to his poor financ... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 5. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison that Jermain Loguen, "one of those under arrest" for his role in the Jerry Rescue, is "very anxious" to have access to the Liberator, but owing to his poor financ... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 1. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison concerning the preparations being made for their celebration of the "Rescue of Jerry" to be held on October 1st. May states that they have secured a meeting hall ... more

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Febr[uary] 27 / [18]52

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phil[adelphia], [Pa.], to William Lloy...

James Miller M'Kim writes William Lloyd Garrison informing him that the meeting of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society will take place on Monday, October 25th. M'Kim inquires if Garrison might be able to make... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 5. 1852

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison that Jermain Loguen, "one of those under arrest" for his role in the Jerry Rescue, is "very anxious" to have access to the Liberator, but owing to his poor financ... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 23 1853

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May informs William Lloyd Garrison that he has engaged Weiting Hall for the American Anti-Slavery Society's upcoming convention on September 29-30, and relays to Garrison that the fee for the hall... more

Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York?],[N.Y], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug. 25, 1853

Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York?],[N.Y], to William Lloyd Garris...

Oliver Johnson informs William Lloyd Garrison that the "City Society" proposes to hold an anti-slavery meeting on the Sunday between the Temperance Convention and the Women's Rights convention, and inquires Gar... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[ust] 29 1854

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May inquires of William Lloyd Garrison if he deems the time right to commence advertising the meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, to be held in Syracuse, N.Y. on September 29-30, with no... more

Letter from Thomas H. Jones, New Haven, to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 16th 1854

Letter from Thomas H. Jones, New Haven, to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb...

Thomas H. Jones writes William Lloyd Garrison informing him that he is still in "this land of oppression", and that he has refrained from correspondance so as to not advertise his continued presence in the Unit... more

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sep[tember] 9 1854

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May informs William Lloyd Garrison that the Jerry Rescue Committee has unanimously voted to celebrate the rescue on September 30, provided that the American Anti-Slavery Society "would give way fo... more

Books for new members. The House passed, yesterday, a joint resolution to procure such books for the new members as had been purchased for the members of previous Congresses ... John C. Rives. Washington, March 25, 1856.

Books for new members. The House passed, yesterday, a joint resolution...

Books for new members. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 202, Folder 17.

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Milton, Ulster Co[unty], N.Y., to William Lloyd Garrison, 24 March, 1857

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Milton, Ulster Co[unty], N.Y., to William ...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison from Milton, New York, where he has attended an anti-slavery convention with Susan B. Anthony and Aaron Powell. Johnson states his concurrence with Anthony's opinion... more

Letter from Oliver Johnson, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 25 April, 1857

Letter from Oliver Johnson, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Oliver Johnson writes to William Lloyd Garrison concerning the scheduling of speakers for upcoming anti-slavery meetings and lectures. Johnson states that Dr. Cheever will be unable to speak at their upcoming e... more

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Milton, Ulster Co[unty], N.Y., to William Lloyd Garrison, 24 March, 1857

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Milton, Ulster Co[unty], N.Y., to William ...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison from Milton, New York, where he has attended an anti-slavery convention with Susan B. Anthony and Aaron Powell. Johnson states his concurrence with Anthony's opinion... more