9 search results for "Noyes Academy"

Not Quite a Riot    We understand that the Academy at Canaan, N.H. has been threatened with destruction.  That Academy is under the control of Anti-Slavery men, and is, by public…

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Three Selectmen of the town of Canaan deny a published statement that the citizens of the town support the school.   Then follows an account of the removal of the school.…

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A Notice dated Feb., 25, Boston, from David Child and S.E.Sewall, for the Trustees, of the opening of Noyes Academy, for “youth of good character, without distinction of color”.     Announces…

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Notice about Noyes Academy decision to admit youth of color on equal terms with white youth, Canaan, NH, Sept 11  Trustees include David Child, and Samuel Sewall

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A view by the author/researcher/collector,  Horace Seldon The population was barely 1400 people, the town acreage and “spread” very limited. Located only a few miles from Hanover, home of Dartmouth College,…

Read More A Nation’s Struggle in a Tiny Town

A view by Horace Seldon Often history records an event which later is seen as a crucial “moment”, filled with meaning beyond the specific time, place and personalities involved.  Such…

Read More A Moment in Abolition History

Here viewers may see pictures which are relevant to the life of Willliam Lloyd Garrison, architect, editor of the Liberator. Pictures include people, mastheads, headlines or excerpts from writings, all…

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