Anti-Abolition in Pennsylvania

The March 18, 1837 issue of the Liberator, reports that a meeting in the Susquehanna township, after electing men as trustees of a school, authorizes them to allow speakers of various denominations to speak in the school, “but in no event shall they open the door to lectures on abolitionism, negroism, and amalgamationism, except  a majority of the subscribers to the school house direct to the contrary.”

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