Eight New Anti-Slavery Societies in State


Young Men of New Rowley formed a Society,  with L. Austin Mrerrill, President

A Female Anti-Slavery Society in Fairhaven, formed  Dec 1 1837 with Susan Allen, President

A Society formed in South Wilbraham, Dec. 20, 1837, with John B. Morris, Esq., President

In Framingham on the 26th of December, 1837 Ebenezer Stone was made President

On Dec. 13, 1837, with forty-five members, a Society was formed in Dracut, with Rev. Mr. Goodman, President

Recently a Society was formed in Weymouth, with Appleton Howe, President

A Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society was organized in Plymouth,  July 14, 1837, with sixteen members,  Miss L. Harlow, President

The Barnstable Female Anti-Slavery Society was organized in Hyannis, Barnstable, Sept 14, 1837, and by January 13 had sixty members.  Mary F. Hallett, President

                                                                                             (Liberator, Feb. 9, 1838, pg 3)