Anti-Slavery Convention in Cincinnati

MASS  ‘ANTI-SLAVERY’ CONVENTION IN CINCINNATI,  OHIO   Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, April 27th, 28th, 29th, 1852 Friends of Freedom: Do not forget our Convention. We invite all, from all parts of the United States, to come, or to send some one to represent every portion of the country. Let us have a great meeting….We have engaged for the Convention the best hall in the city of Cincinnati … and we have promise of several able orators that they will attend, among whom are Frederick Douglass, Samuel J. May, Charles Lenox Remond…Again, we say, come all who can, to encourage and strengthen true hearts for the good work, and to inspire new hope for the poor slave.   Singed by several,  including Levi Coffin. (Liberator, April 16, 1852, pg 3)