March 7, 1845 The Judge sentences  Fairbank to hard labor for a total of fifteen years, five years for each of three indictments against him. The three indictments include one…

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September 7, 1849 A notice signed by Francis Jackson and Ellis Gray Loring that a sum of money remitted to Kentucky, has resulted in Fairbank’s liberation on August 23.  The…

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April 5, 1850 Dated March 1, from Boston, Fairbank gives an account of his trial, imprisonment, and freedom.  He expresses gratitude to people of the city, indicates an intention to…

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December 12, 1851 From Louisville, Nov. 13, Fairbank writes from jail, “once more” for having given aid and comfort to an oppressed slave”.  He gives an account of the event,…

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December 29, 1854 From Frederick Douglass’s Paper, comes a letter signed by Laura. S. Holland, telling of the severe treatment of Fairbank at the hands of Kentucky authorities, by whom…

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May 13, 1864 From the N.Y. Independent comes news that Fairbank, who had served twelve  years of a fifteen year sentence, has now been pardoned by the Lieut. Governor, serving…

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1864 Fairbanks, Calvin

1864 Fairbanks, Calvin