Mary Parker, President and Maria Weston Chapman, Cor. Sec. write to Female Anti-Slavery Societies throughout New England.  The letter commends Sarah and Angelina Grimke for their continued work against slavery,…

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1837 Anti-Slavery Organizations Chapman, Maria Weston Females Grimke, Angelina & Sarah

1838 Chapman, Maria Weston Females

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1839 Chapman, Maria Weston

July 15, 1842 Here is an “Interesting Letter from England”, signed only W.H.Ashurst, from Musell Hill, Hornsey, April 30, 1842 The letter makes a number of points: “We are struggling…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1842 Chapman, Maria Weston Mott, Lucretia Non-Resistance Prejudice Working Class Issues

January 6, 1843 “Has every town done its utmost?……It is an imperative duty on the part of all persons, who would petition for any cause on their own behalf,  to…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Chapman, Maria Weston Petition Drives

August 11, 1843 In an item addressed to the Essex County Anti-Slavery Conference,  Chapman here pleas for financial support for the cause.  She indicates that her letter is in behalf…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Anti-Slavery Organizations Chapman, Maria Weston Females

December 8, 1843 A letter addressed to Chapman from Garnet, in which Garnet complains that Chapman has recently criticized some parts of a speech he has given, addressed to slaves. …

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Chapman, Maria Weston Garnet, Henry Highland

July 24, 1846 An article about Garrison’s trip, tells of the numerous people who were at the wharf to bid him well.  It also calls attention to the fact that,…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1846 British Abolition Chapman, Maria Weston Hilton, John T. Phillips, Wendell Pitts, Coffin Quincy, Edmund

January 1, 1847 A letter, signed by Richard D.Webb, recounts the story of Rogers’ friendship with and then alienation from Garrison; the letter is addressed to “Dear Friend”, probably Maria…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1847 Chapman, Maria Weston Rogers, Nathaniel P.

July 18, 1851 A letter from Maria Weston Chapman, written to the editor of the Anti-Slavery Standard, gives encouraging word of a gathering of women with whom she met while…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1851 Abolitionism - France Chapman, Maria Weston Females

August 8, 1851 In a letter to Maria Weston Chapman, Hugo speaks strongly against slavery: “Slavery in the United States! It is the duty of this republic to set such…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1851 Abolitionism - France Chapman, Maria Weston Hugo, Victor

April 25, 1856 From the Liberty Bell for 1856 comes an article by Chapman, excoriating Webster, and describing him as a slave to slave masters, and that, “after twelve years…

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1856 Chapman, Maria Weston Webster, Daniel

December 14, 1860 A long article, signed by C.K.W., gives a detailed account of the event, including an account of the re-convened meeting at the Joy Street church.  Among those…

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1860 Anti-Slavery Organizations Chapman, Maria Weston Douglass, Frederick Phillips, Wendell