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Blackwell, Elizabeth, 1821-1910. Elizabeth Blackwell Letters, 1850-1884 [RBML]
... States in part for financial reasons but also to participate in the abolitionist movement. Two of his daughters would grow up to continue this fight against slavery and to work towards women's rights...

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949. John Brown manuscripts, 1839-1943 [RBML]
... John Brown's Raid, 1859 Articles aat Drafts (literary) rbgenr Interviews aat Ledgers ftamc Notes Photographs aat Photographic prints aat Poems aat Proofs (printed matter) aat Abolitionists lcsh Authors...

Hays, Elinor Rice, 1901-1994. Elinor Rice Hays papers, 1867-196- [RBML]
... Passports aat Photographs aat Photonegatives rbgenr Programs aat Receipts rbgenr Tintypes aat Abolitionists lcsh Biographers lcsh Businessmen lcsh Clergy lcsh Physicians lcsh Prohibitionists lcsh Social...

Boromé, Joseph Alfred, 1919-2002. Joseph Boromé papers, 1939-1981 [RBML]
... Revels to English abolitionist John Candler and Haitian historical figure Toussaint Louverture. A native New Yorker of Caribbean descent, Boromé's parents were from the island of Dominica. He began his...

Rhees, Morgan J 1760-1804. Morgan J. Rhees papers, 1794-1968 [RBML]
...: The Butler family papers in Ms Coll\Butler Abolitionist, Welsh republican radical, publisher, Baptist minister, pioneer and adventurer Morgan J. Rhees fled to the United States in 1794 faced with arrest...

Patton, William W 1821-1889. William Weston Patton papers, 1836-1918 [Burke]
... (1842); Presbyterian minister; abolitionist; son of William Patton (faculty member and director, Union Theological Seminary). Patton, William W (William Weston), 1821-1889 Archives Clergy lcsh Columbia...

Thompson, Joseph P 1819-1879. Joseph Parrish Thompson and Leonard Bacon papers, 1845-1928 [RBML]
... was a Congregational clergyman and one of the first editors of The Independent , a Congregational and abolitionist newspaper founded in 1848 with close ties to the Broadway Tabernacle in New York City. Thompson was born...

__________. Warner Mifflin Emancipation document, 1775 [RBML]
...; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library. Warner Mifflin is the grandfather of Sydney Gay's wife, Elizabeth Neall Gay, and an early Quaker abolitionist from Delaware. The Mifflins...

Jay, John, 1817-1894. John Jay II Papers, 1834-1911 [RBML]
... UNAVAILABLE John Jay II was a graduate of Columbia college and an abolitionist. This collection includes letters, legal and financial documents, newspaper clippings, writings, photographs, circulars...

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880. Lydia Maria Child papers, 1829-1879 [RBML]
... address her involvement in the abolitionist movement, her writing career, her religion, and personal relationships. In addition to the various correspondences, two poems are included in this collection...

Gay, Sydney Howard, 1814-1888. Sydney Howard Gay papers, 1748-1931 [RBML]
..., the son of Ebenezer and Mary Alleyne Otis Gay, was an active abolitionist before and during the Civil War. He edited the ANTI-SLAVERY STANDARD and during the Civil War was managing editor of the NEW YORK...

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