Under a heading,   Children of Boston, March 25, 1837, note addressed to Garrison, and signed by H.C. Wright, Children’s Agent, tells of a meeting of the Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society, at…

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1837 Anti-Slavery Organizations Juvenile Department Wright, Henry

April 29, 1842 A letter signed by H. C. Wright, dated April 15, from Philadelphia —- the writer claims that the sentiment which he expresses dominates in Pennsylvania.   “It is…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1842 Disunion Wright, Henry

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1847 Liberty Party Pease, Elizabeth Wright, Henry

May 19, 1848 Henry C. Wright writes from a hall in New York, the Minerva Rooms, in Broadway, May 10. He speaks of the meeting of the AASS, the day…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1848 Hutchinsons Phillips, Wendell Wright, Henry

January 30, 1852 A long letter from Henry W. Wright, written Jan 17, 1852, from Michigan, to Richard D. Webb, Dublin, Ireland.  Wright sends excerpts from the Genius of Emancipation,…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Colonization, Anti-colonization Lundy, Benjamin Wright, Henry

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1853 Prisons Wright, Henry

January 19, 1855 Notice of a meeting of the Society to be held in Worcester.  Signed by Adin Ballou, here is an invitation to the meeting.   It indicates that Garrison,…

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1855 Foster, Stephen New England Non-Resistance Society Non-Resistance Wright, Henry

April 27, 1855 Henry C. Wright addresses a long article to The Rev. Lyman Beecher.  Beecher has evidently argued for the right of the state to punish by hanging.  Wright,…

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1855 Beecher, Lyman Capital Punishment Wright, Henry

July 8, 1864 Henry C. Wright’s letter to Garrison lists twenty-four events which occurred after March 4, 1861, the date of Lincoln’s inauguration.  Wright lists them so that those who…

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1864 Emancipation Proclamation Wright, Henry