February 11, 1853 A speech by Higginson, at Faneuil Hall, during the recent MASS annual meeting. “… I should speak on agitation, and not of agitators…. agitation is destined to…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1853 Anti-Slavery Organizations Higginson, Theodore Wentworth

December 1, 1854 A letter to Garrison, from W. H. Fish, no address given, (Worcester area assumed) tells of a social gathering of abolitionists in Blackstone, an Anti-Slavery Social Party. …

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1854 Anti-Slavery Organizations Foster, Stephen Higginson, Theodore Wentworth Tappan, Arthur

August 24. 1855 Higginson writes to Garrison, commenting on a report by Edmund Quincy, which indicates that the rescue was “ill-advised and injudicious”.  His response includes: “If it is ever…

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