The following resolution was adopted by the Vermont ASS: “That those ministers who, with all the light they now enjoy in regard to the sinfullness of the slaveholder, and the…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1840 Anti-Slavery Organizations Churches Vermont

September 10, 1858 The editor tells of his visit to the state where “we commenced our public advocacy of the Anti-Slavery cause, through the medium of the Journal of the…

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1858 Vermont

March 18, 1859 S. M. Seaver, writes from Vermont, proud that “passage of the Personal Liberty Bill by our Legislature must be hailed by every friend of freedom….as an unmistakable…

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1859 Vermont

September 21, 1860 This letter to Garrison, comes from William Wells Brown, who has been in Vermont for four weeks. He comments that the fact that Republicans control the elections,…

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1860 Brown, William Wells Vermont