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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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1845 Fairbanks, Calvin Hayden, Lewis

August 3, 1849 On the back page of the issue is an ad for Hayden’s clothing store, No. 107 Cambridge St… The announcement refers to Hayden, ” who, it will…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1849 Hayden, Lewis

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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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1849 Fairbanks, Calvin Hayden, Lewis

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1850 Fugitive Slave Laws Hayden, Lewis Nell, William Cooper

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1851 Hayden, Lewis Morris, Robert Shadrach

April 1, 1853 A letter to Garrison, from S. M. Jr. commends to all the expanded store, at 121 Cambridge Street.  “Let those who are skeptical of what a slave…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1853 Hayden, Lewis

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

1865 Andrew, John Hayden, Lewis