Carbon Copy of Typewritten Pages Concerning Various Historical Items
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SubjectJudge Loring; Daniel Webster statue; State House Yard; Vigilance Committee; Reverend Photius Fisk, Chaplain of the United States Navy; Mount Auburn; Reverend Charles T. Torry; New Bedford; Captain Drayton; Charles Sumner; Lake Harbor; Captain Jonathan Walker; Whittier's verse, "The Branded Hand"; List of Officers and Committee Members; Captain Austen Sears; Shadrach; Cornhill Coffee House; Deputy Marhsal Riley; Ex-constable Byrnes; Samuel E. Sewall; Charles List; Ellis Gray Loring; R.E. Dana; Thoams Sims; The Liberator; Ames; The Brig M.C. Gillmore; Russell Marston; S.P. Hanscom; The Acorn; Long Wharf; Wendell Phillips; Captain Bearse; Captain Henry Coombs; Thomas Sim's escape from slavery; Thomas Sim's forced departure South; Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Bill; "Poor Man's Hole"; The Brig Melton; Plantation Cooksakatchie; Life and work on the southern rice plantations; Dangers of disease surrounding the rice patties; Overseers; Slavery in Algiers; Slavery in Smyrna; The Brig Suffolk; Mott sisters; George Lewis; Long Island Sound; City Point; Lizzie; Mr. Thacker's; The Bibb; Mr. Wallcutt; Mr. Samuel Hall; Fugitive Slave Law; Proclamation of Emancipation; Mr. Richard S. Brown; Boston Custom House; Reverend Grimes; Edmund Quincy; Judge Woodbury; Mr. George T. Curtis; Deputy-Marshal Riley; President Fillmore; Elizur Wright; Samuel E. Sewall; Charles G. Davis; J. Thomas Stevenson; James Scott; Letter of Mr. Garrison to Theodore Parker; Mr. Fletcher Webster; Marshal Turkey; Mr. Bacon; Mr. De Lyon; Mr. Potter; Letter of Mr. Philips to Captain Bearse; J.E. Mayo; Captain Small; Bernardo; The Yacht Wild Pigeon; Rescue of fugitive slaves; Governor Wise; The Yacht Moby Dick; Messrs. Bowditch and Brown; George Thompson; Theodore Parker; Monument to the Puritans; The Mayflower; The Brig Florence; Jacob M. Haskell; J.B. Smith; The Schooner Sally Ann; Mr. Samuel May Jr.; Dr. S. Cabot; President Lincoln's Proclamation; The Brig Cameo; Mr. Emery B. Fay; Lewis Hayden; Dr. Samuel G. Howe
Typewritten pages concerning various historical items, including personal accounts and letters pertaining to anti-slavery movements and slavery in the South. From the number of spaces in the typrescript, and unfinished sentences, this appears to be a transcription of some other document, where the transcriber had difficulty reading the writing. This is a carbon copy of the original and the first page(s) is missing.
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