The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society created

In 1834 this early Female Anti-Slavery Society was brought together in Boston, one of the first racially-integrated of those groups. There were at least nine black women in the group, from the black community in Boston’s north slope.

Officers:  Miss Susan Grew, President,  Miss Catharine Sullivan, Vice President, Miss MaryGrew, Correspondings Secretary, Miss Martha V. Ball, Recording Secretary, Mrs. Hepzi, P. White, Treasurer,  Counsellors:  Mrs. Mary  Stockbridge, Mrs. Susan B. Frost, Mrs. Eliza A. Cushman, Miss Susan Paul, Miss Anna M. Snelling

                                                                         (Liberator, Sept.13, 1834, pg. 1)


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