June 24, 1864 This article tells of a gathering at “the colored church of which Rev. Leonard Grimes is the pastor.  They assembled to present Gov. Andrew with a portrait…

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1864 Andrew, John Brown, William Wells Nell, William Cooper

1862 Brown, William Wells Rock, John

April 4, 1862 Here is an account of the tour in New York State, by Brown, where he has lectured on “The War and its connections with Slavery”.  In Poughkeepsie…

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1861 Brown, William Wells Civil War

September 21, 1860 This letter to Garrison, comes from William Wells Brown, who has been in Vermont for four weeks. He comments that the fact that Republicans control the elections,…

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June 17, 1859 This brief article tells that William Wells Brown has recently given an “entertaining and instructive dissertation on Love, Courtship, and Marriage”, at the Joy Street church. Also…

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1859 Brown, William Wells Rock, John

1859 Brown, William Wells Colored Convention Hayden, Lewis Nell, William Cooper

1856 Brown, William Wells

May 26, 1854 Notice that friends of Brown in England have “kindly contributed the amount necessary to secure his ransom from bondage, so that he can return to his native…

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December 14, 1849 Writing from London, Nov 23, 1849, Brown addresses his former master, Capt. Enoch Price, of St. Louis, Mo.  His closing paragraph includes:  “I will not yield to…

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January 12, 1849 William Wells Brown writes to Garrison, telling of the escape of the Crafts, Ellen, 22, William, 24 years of age.  “They are now hid away, within 22…

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October 20, 1848 Here it is announced that there is a third edition of Brown’s narrative of his life, with a new preface, containing a letter from Enoch Price, the…

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September 1, 1848 A letter to Garrison, from Benjamin F. Hathaway tells of a mob which attacked an anti-slavery meeting.  Among the speakers listed:  Parker Pillsbury, S.S. Foster, Lucy Stone,…

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