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Abolitionists--Massachusetts--History--19th century

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Maria Weston Chapman letter to Mrs. Greene

Identifier: MSS 0099-F0744

Autograph letter written and signed by Maria Weston Chapman to Mrs. Greene, undated.

Dates: undated

Journal memo'da

Identifier: MSS 0097-Item 0043

The journal of Craigie P. Jenks documents his daily life as a farmhand near Boston, Massachusetts, in 1851. Jenks described both his work and his opinions of current social and political events.

Dates: 1851 February 15-August 13

Mary Avery White journals

Identifier: MSS 0097-Item 0084

These three manuscripts are volumes of a journal kept by Mary Avery White (1778-1860) of Boylston, Massachusetts. White wrote extensively about life in rural Massachusetts, including observations on the weather, notes about daily work and social visits, meditations on religion, and information about her involvement in various reform activities, including abolitionism and the temperance movement.

Dates: 1805-1807, 1827-1835, 1852-1855