February 25, 1853 Parker Pillsbury writes to Garrison.  He reports that there have been meetings in several towns, poorly attended, partly because of weather, but also for “want of interest”…..”This…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1853 New Hampshire Pillsbury, Parker

April 30, 1852 Parker Pillsbury writes that “we have just closed a fatiquing and  every way trying campaign in Maine.  “In Portland we had meetings of a truly cheering character.…

Read More Anti-Slavery in Maine

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Anti-Slavery Organizations Pillsbury, Parker

January 23, 1852 “This is the title of an association, which was organized in Boston, last year, by some of the most enterprising colored women, for mutual aid and advantage,…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Females Pillsbury, Parker

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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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1848 Brown, William Wells Foster, Stephen Pillsbury, Parker Stone, Lucy Violence vs. Garrison & Others