Antislavery movements -- Massachusetts -- Boston
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: MS Eng.244
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence from Harriet Martineau to William Ware from 1835 to 1849. During this time, Martineau wrote from both the United States, including her time in Salem and Boston, Massachusetts, and England. The correspondence covers topics such as their writings and reactions to it; writings of their peers; mutual friends, including Catherine Sedgwick and her family; the abolitionist movement in America; the passing of Ware’s son; and Martineau’s health. Some of the...
Dates: 1835 - 1849
Collection — MS ACC 1044-1055
Call Number: MS Acc 1044-1055
Abstract Written by the committees of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society in 1845, these resolutions protested the imprisonment of anyone who assisted a runaway slave in the southern United States.