Colored support for Garrison prior to his trip to England

Several Resolutions were adopted at a  PUBLIC MEETING of the Colored Inhabitants of Boston and Vicinity,  March 21, 1833

A series of resolutions were unanimously adopted, including general affirmations of Garrison, the proposed High School for the Education of Colored youth, also stating opposition to Colonization……The Rev. Samuel Snowden is recorded as speaking in support of the resolutions which were offered by Hilton.   A collection of twenty-five dollars was raised to support the trip.  George Putnam was chairman, and James G. Barbadoes,  Secretary.