1838 Anti-Slavery Organizations Females Nantucket

August 26, 1842 From the Nantucket Inquirer, a record of several outbreaks against people assembled in an Anti-Slavery Convention.  These include the use of insulting and abusive language, the throwing…

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February 14, 1845 Here is notice from Nantucket, of a meeting in the Town Hall to promote “abolition of caste in our public schools”   It was resolved, “That the colored…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1845 Nantucket Separate schools

March 7, 1845 A notice that the State Senate has passed “the law asked by the friends of the colored people, in relation to public schools.” 

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