Browsing Items (399 total) Tagged  ‘Abolitionism’



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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes at length of family and friends and also comments on a school fundraising effort she opposes and on antislavery and prison reform.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes about just objectionable preaching heard at meeting and shares thoughts about different antislavery newspapers.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary tells of an terrible riding accident involving William Titus, gives updates on the health of other friends, and compliments a speech of Lucretia Mott while noting tensions over…

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of the attendance of some liberal ministers at her meeting and tells of an argument about the reputation of George F White, also gives some news about acquaintances.

Date: September 14, 1843

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes about efforts to convert a house into a school and of some familial opposition to Amy's spiritualism.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of health and deaths of acquaintances and family, about arguments between Garrison and other abolitionists, and about the progress of spiritualism.

Date: January 19, 1851

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of the teachings of the spirit and and of disagreement with doctrines of Rachel Hicks, speaks of visits and travel by family members and acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of Rachel Hicks' attempt to lessen tension between her and the aging Motts, also gives news of the health and travels of acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary gives news about acquaintances and writes complementarily about a preacher she heard at Quaker meeting, also briefly alluding to New York political developments.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary tells of a visit by her mother and father and gives news, especially health-related, of various family members and acquaintances.

Date: July 22, 1860

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary gives general observations about life in winter and writes of recent funerals, where she hears Rachel Hicks harshly criticize spiritualism.

Date: December 29, 1854

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of her and Joseph's reading of anti-slavery publications, gives news of acquaintances including information about health and weddings and of possibly reorganizing Quaker…

Date: 1865

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Very brief note about an abolitionist petition which criticizes those who wouldn't sign in spite of their professions of liberality.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes with news of life at home, and criticizes some Quakers for forgetting Hicksite ideas.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to William R Hallowell, n.d. Mary writes of antislavery conventions and opposition from Quakers, in particular George F White, and gives news of acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph inquires into some subscriptions for the North Star and discusses the reputation of George Hatton, a member of the meeting.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph criticizes sectarianism at his meeting, speaks of difficulties for antislavery advocates, and gives news of several fires that have occurred nearby.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby? Post, n.d. Isaac writes of receiving spirit communication through the Fox sisters while they slept and of responses from friends.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby ? Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to unknown recipient, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from S H ? Hurn to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Freeborn Garrettson. Hibbard to Amy Kirby Post, ca. 1868-1872. This letter is believed to have been written during this four year time span, as these were the years that Herbert Franklin Fisk was the Principal of Genesee…

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Handwritten letter from William R ? Hallowell to unknown recipient, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of antislavery and temperance efforts, including petition drives, and closes with family news.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary chides the recipients for not writing more and speaks of the beauty of nature before giving news about friends and family.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of her impressions of spiritualism and gives news of acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph adds to his wife's letter about Yearly Meeting in Philadelphia, and reports a conversation with William Healy about reform.

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Handwritten letter from N W Daniels to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Daniels tells of a recent lecture by his wife Cora and requests that Amy Post write in the Anti Slavery Standard about his and his wife's recent reform work.

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Handwritten letter from Julia Griffiths Crofts to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Asa? Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Abigail Kelly Foster to Mary H. Post Hallowell, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Benjamin Fish to Isaac Post, n.d. Fish writes to inform Isaac Post that he will not attend an upcoming gathering due to divisiveness over the issue of slavery.

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Jacob Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about their mutual friends.

Date: June 25, 1855

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy and Isaac Post. Nell writes to the Posts about his recent travels through New England and New York State.

Date: October 28, 1855

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to [Amy Kirby Post?]. Nell wrote this fragment and describes the book he's been working on.

Date: July 27, 1865

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to Amy Kirby Post. Nell writes to Post about the ongoing ideological debate between abolitionists, William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass.

Date: [185 ?- 02-03]

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Handwritten letter from William Cooper Nell to [Amy Kirby Post?]. Nell writes about the recent anti-slavery meeting in Boston.

Date: December 12, 1859