January 1,  1858 An article from the Worcester Spy calls attention to the composition of the  Senate committees.  “… the six great leading committees all have chairmen, and a majority…

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1858 Abolitionists - Political Action

March 14, 1856 A letter from S. Mitchell, Cornville, Maine, addressed to Garrison.  “It seems to me the moment we begin to have any faith or trust in political action,…

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1856 Abolitionists - Political Action

1855 Abolitionists - Political Action

October 15, 1852 Here are some “typos”noted — some samples of the several included in the paper: “Mistake in Spelling – some eulogist of Pierce has pronounced him a war-scared…

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August 4, 1843 Here is reference to Alvan Stewart’s advice that abolitionists not attend the many conventions which have been publicized.  He is “attached” to the Liberty Party, and the…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Abolitionists - Political Action Kelley, Abby Liberty Party Voting Garrison

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1841 Abolitionists - Political Action Channing, William Ellery Smith, Gerrit

An article signed by James Birney, E. Wright, Jr. and Henry B. Stanton, with a statement opposing the creation of a third political party. It deprecates “the formation of a…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1841 Abolitionists - Political Action Birney, James Wright, Elizur

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1839 Abolitionists - Political Action

Addressed to the Abolitionists of Massachusetts, signed by Francis Jackson, here is a recommendation  to abolitionists in relation to the “exercise of political privileges”. Here are pertinent excerpts:   “There are…

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1838 Abolitionists - Political Action