Danville, Vermont, has Anti-Slavery Society

From the Vermont North Star

  At a meeting of a  respectable number of the inhabitants of Danville, to consider the cause of the oppressed, March 24, 1834, an Anti-Slavery Society was organized by the adoption of a Constitution.

Officers were chosen:  Eder Isaac D. Newell, President, Amos Clement, Esq., Dr. Olney Fuller, and Elder Lewis Fisher, Vice Presidents, and Dr. Samuel Collins, Secretary.   Samuel Collins, Secretary

                                (Liberator, April 12, 1834,pg 1)