Anti-Slavery Society, Maine

Mount Desert, (Me), May 3, 1835

Mr. Garrison:  It is made my duty to inform you of the formation of an “Anti-Slavery Society in this place.

On the 19th of Feb. the in habitants of the western part of this town met and formed the Mount Desert Anti-Slavery Society, auxiliary to the Maine Anti-Slavery Society.

The Officers are:  Simeon Milliken, Esq., President;    Wm. Heath Jr., Elisha Billings, Vice Presidents;   Abel Billings, Rec. Secretary;

Rev. C. L. Carey, A. C. Milliken,Cor. Secretaries;      Alfred Harper, Treasurer; William OBea, Librarian;

Directors:  Barnard Rumill,  George Butler,  Jacob Sawyer,  Thomas Heath , John Billings.

(Liberator, June 6, 1835, pg 2)