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Antislavery movements

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Hovey K. Clarke papers

Identifier: LaRC-110
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of personal correspondence between Hovey K. Clarke, a Michigan attorney, and Martha Upham, before they were married in 1852. There are also letters from friends and family as well as a circular letter (1849) concerning an anti-slavery resolution presented by Clarke at a town meeting in Marshall, Michigan. In addition, there are photographs, newspaper clippings, and issues of the Portland, Maine, Daily Press describing the 1866 fire that destroyed a large part...
Dates: 1849-1922; Other: Majority of material found in 1849-1890; Other: Date acquired: 09/05/1963

J.A. Bonneval broadside

Identifier: LaRC-M-191
Scope and Contents The broadside, entitled "Au Public," was written by J.A. Bonneval in New Orleans and dated 1860 January 16. It criticizes slavery in New Orleans and attacks Pierre Deverges and Louis Everett de St. Romes. In French.
Dates: 1860