Anti-Slavery Papers

The Educational Commission.   We are sure that all our subscribers will read with lively  interest the Address to the Public which we publish in another column, in behalf of the Educational Commission lately organized in Boston, under the most promising  auspices, for the educational and moral training of the liberated bondmen and bondwomen at Port Royal.  Appended to it is precisely the information which those who are writing to us on the subject desire to obtain. …..On Monday last, a large number of instructors and assistants sailed in the steamer Atlantic from New York to Port Royal.  All of them were required to take the oath of allegiance.  What a missionary field is opening in benighted Carolina!  And how naturally educational effort follow emancipation! …….

(Liberator, March 7, 1862, pg 2)