A long tribute to Lundy, includes a section telling of Garrison’s relation to him, an excerpt of a speech by Lundy, an Obituary, and quotes from previous Liberator references in…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1839 Lundy, Benjamin

Here Garrison includes a note from Lundy , May 18, 1838, in which Lundy describes that his papers, books, everything is gone.  “They have not yet got my conscience  —…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1840 Lundy, Benjamin

May 21, 1847  Announcing the completion and availability of a book about Lundy, published by Merrihew & Thompson …. The article does not indicate who is the author.

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1847 Lundy, Benjamin

November 9, 1849 Referring to his visit with the Mott’s, while in Philadelphia, Garrison acknowledges a special debt to them.  Remembering their early work with Benjamin Lundy, and abolition, he…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1849 Churches Lundy, Benjamin Mott, Lucretia

January 30, 1852 A long letter from Henry W. Wright, written Jan 17, 1852, from Michigan, to Richard D. Webb, Dublin, Ireland.  Wright sends excerpts from the Genius of Emancipation,…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Colonization, Anti-colonization Lundy, Benjamin Wright, Henry

January 29, 1864 Here Garrison speaks of his early years, telling how “I became an Abolitionist”, and giving tribute to Benjamin Lundy.  Garrison tells of his early meeting with Lundy,…

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1864 Lundy, Benjamin