Anti-Abolition meeting in Pennsylvania

March 18, 1837

Meeting in Susquehanna township, elects men as trustees of the school, and 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 schoolhouse direct to the contrary.”

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