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Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

The form letter is entitled, "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers," from 11 representatives for the American Unitarian clergy, including Stetson, Samuel May, Jr., and Samuel Joseph May. Th... More

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

The form letter is entitled, "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers," from 11 representatives for the American Unitarian clergy, including Stetson, Samuel May, Jr., and Samuel Joseph May. Th... More

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1...

Stetson tells May that he does not plan to go to the Semi-Annual Convention in New York. He thinks that the subject of slavery should be brought up at the meeting, but does not favor urging those who did not in... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1...

Stetson tells May that he does not plan to go to the Semi-Annual Convention in New York. He thinks that the subject of slavery should be brought up at the meeting, but does not favor urging those who did not in... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1...

Stetson tells May that he does not plan to go to the Semi-Annual Convention in New York. He thinks that the subject of slavery should be brought up at the meeting, but does not favor urging those who did not in... More

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

The form letter is entitled, "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers," from 11 representatives for the American Unitarian clergy, including Stetson, Samuel May, Jr., and Samuel Joseph May. Th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, July, 1845

The form letter is entitled, "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers," from 11 representatives for the American Unitarian clergy, including Stetson, Samuel May, Jr., and Samuel Joseph May. Th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 1845]

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 184...

This letter is written on the third and fourth pages of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers" and deals with revisions to the text that were suggested by May. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb Stetson, Aug. 9, 1845

Letter from George Putnam, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Samuel May and Caleb S...

Putnam expresses his approval of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers." He is mildly dissatisfied with certain passages, but does not consider his objections important enough to warrant th... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1845

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 16, 1...

Stetson tells May that he does not plan to go to the Semi-Annual Convention in New York. He thinks that the subject of slavery should be brought up at the meeting, but does not favor urging those who did not in... More

Copy of a letter from George Putnam, Mass.?, to Caleb Stetson

Copy of a letter from George Putnam, Mass.?, to Caleb Stetson

Putnam feels that he must withdraw his name from the "Protest Against Slavery." He wants a more individualized opportunity to define his position. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Massachusetts], to Samuel May, [1850] July 25

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Massachusetts], to Samuel ...

Caleb Stetson writes to Samuel May in response to his invitation to attend the celebrations for the anniversary of the end of slavery in the British West Indies, on August 1 in Worcester. Stetson says, "I hope ... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Massachusetts], to Samuel May, [1850] July 25

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Massachusetts], to Samuel ...

Caleb Stetson writes to Samuel May in response to his invitation to attend the celebrations for the anniversary of the end of slavery in the British West Indies, on August 1 in Worcester. Stetson says, "I hope ... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 18th June, [1853]

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Samuel May Jr. writes to William Lloyd that Stetson declined to give a speech at the Abington meeting, and that he (May) wrote to Charles Lenox Remond to replace him. May goes on saying that William J. Watkins ... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 18th June, [1853]

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Samuel May Jr. writes to William Lloyd that Stetson declined to give a speech at the Abington meeting, and that he (May) wrote to Charles Lenox Remond to replace him. May goes on saying that William J. Watkins ... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 18th June, [1853]

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Samuel May Jr. writes to William Lloyd that Stetson declined to give a speech at the Abington meeting, and that he (May) wrote to Charles Lenox Remond to replace him. May goes on saying that William J. Watkins ... More

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 18th June, [1853]

Letter from Samuel May, Jr., Leicester [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Samuel May Jr. writes to William Lloyd that Stetson declined to give a speech at the Abington meeting, and that he (May) wrote to Charles Lenox Remond to replace him. May goes on saying that William J. Watkins ... More

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sept. 8, [18]54

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sep...

Samuel May Jr. informs Caleb Stetson that two agents of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, [Messing N.H.] Whiting and Lewis Ford, have been assigned to several antislavery meetings in Plymouth County, incl... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Copy of a letter from George Putnam, Mass.?, to Caleb Stetson

Copy of a letter from George Putnam, Mass.?, to Caleb Stetson

Putnam feels that he must withdraw his name from the "Protest Against Slavery." He wants a more individualized opportunity to define his position. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 1845]

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 184...

This letter is written on the third and fourth pages of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers" and deals with revisions to the text that were suggested by May. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sept. 8, [18]54

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sep...

Samuel May Jr. informs Caleb Stetson that two agents of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, [Messing N.H.] Whiting and Lewis Ford, have been assigned to several antislavery meetings in Plymouth County, incl... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 1845]

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 184...

This letter is written on the third and fourth pages of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers" and deals with revisions to the text that were suggested by May. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sept. 8, [18]54

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sep...

Samuel May Jr. informs Caleb Stetson that two agents of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, [Messing N.H.] Whiting and Lewis Ford, have been assigned to several antislavery meetings in Plymouth County, incl... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 1845]

Letter from Caleb Stetson, Medford, [Mass.], to Samuel May, [July, 184...

This letter is written on the third and fourth pages of "A Protest Against American Slavery by Unitarian Ministers" and deals with revisions to the text that were suggested by May. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sept. 8, [18]54

Copy of a letter from Samuel May, Jr., Lecester, to Caleb Stetson, Sep...

Samuel May Jr. informs Caleb Stetson that two agents of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, [Messing N.H.] Whiting and Lewis Ford, have been assigned to several antislavery meetings in Plymouth County, incl... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct. 27th, 1858

Letter from Caleb Stetson, South Scituate, [Mass.], to Samuel May, Oct...

Stetson tells May that he is forced to give up his home on account of his anti-slavery preaching and states that "even professed Antislavery men have told me that 'they were tired of the subject.' " Stetson com... More