Plymouth (N.H.) Anti-Slavery Society,by N. P. Rogers

ANOTHER ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.   Plymouth, N.H., Feb. 20, 1834

Friend Garrison – I have an item of abolition intelligence to furnish you, from this cold and snowy quarter of ‘The Land of Liberty.’’

The friends of emancipation here have ventured to form an Anti-Slavery Society…….we have committed ourselves by organization and choices of officers;— a list of whom I send you below.  …………. There can scarcely be found a safer village in all the free States, for the trial of an anti-slavery experiment, than ours.  A Female Anti-Slavery Society is in formation here.   I am, your friend and brother, N. P. ROGERS

Officers of Plymouth Anti-Slavery Society, Auxiliary to American  A. S. Society

President —  William Webster     Vice Presidents – Jonathan Cummings,  Asa Robbins,  Stephen Morso, Joseph Shepard, Samuel Rogers

Recording Secretary  — William B. Pierce   Corresponding Secretary — N. P. Rogers    

Treasurer – Henry C. Greene

Board of Managers – Ephraim Greene,  Noah Cummings, King George,  Israel E. Cheney,  William W, Russell,  Ezra W. Avery,  Enoch W. Batchelder,  Austin George, Frederick W. A. Robie

(Liberator, March 8,  1834, pg 2)