May 11, 1855 Here are notes taken at a lecture by the “colored dentist of Boston”, who has recently lectured in several places in the city.  The title of the…

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1855 Rock, John

April 11, 1856 A brief note tells of a recent lecture by Rock. He “spoke about an hour and a quarter, with scarcely any reference to his notes, with entire…

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1856 Rock, John

September 5, 1856 The colored citizens met in the vestry of the Twelfth Baptist Church, with John J. Smith, calling the meeting to order.  The meeting resolves to endorse the…

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1856 Rock, John Suffrage

December 25. 1957 Notice of Rock’s failing health, his general declining condition.  He hopes to “gain relief from a change of climate”, and “he asks the generous to aid him”.…

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1857 Rock, John

February 18, 1859 A letter to Garrison, from Rock, indicates that his health has so improved, that he has been able to resume the practice of his profession.  He has…

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1859 Rock, John

June 17, 1859 This brief article tells that William Wells Brown has recently given an “entertaining and instructive dissertation on Love, Courtship, and Marriage”, at the Joy Street church. Also…

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1859 Brown, William Wells Rock, John

1860 Military - Colored Rock, John

1860 Boston Massacre Nell, William Cooper Rock, John

1862 Brown, William Wells Rock, John