April 20, 1855
From Greensboro, Georgia, comes a letter signed “Martin”. It tells the story of a man in town who was suspected of being an Abolitionist, no name given, but who says he was from Massachusetts. The man is blackened, carried on a rail by negroes, who are forced to kiss and hug him in public; finally he is put on a car and sent out of town.
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