Browsing Items (399 total) Tagged  ‘Abolitionism’



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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Frederick Douglass, February 13, 1860. Post writes to Douglass about recent family events.

Date: February 13, 1860

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post and asks her to send him the recent edition of the newspaper, the National Anti-Slavery Standard.

Date: August 5, 1857

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post and explains why he cannot accept her invitation.

Date: February 21, 1851

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about the details of the upcoming anti-slavery meeting taking place in Rochester's, Corinthian Hall.

Date: March 3, 1851

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about the developments in the Ellen and William Craft fugitive slave case.

Date: October 31, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about Ellen and William Craft, two fugitive slaves.

Date: October 25, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about his recent anti-slavery lectures.

Date: October 20, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Frederick Douglass. Post writes to Douglass about her stay with her family in Long Island.

Date: August 24, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Frederick Douglass. Post writes to Douglass about her reactions to the Fugitive Slave Law and using violence to impede slave catchers.

Date: July 31, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes in response to Post's February 2, 1850 letter, in which she shares her displeasure regarding the account he published in his newspaper the North Star about a recent…

Date: February 4, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Frederick Douglass. Post writes to Douglass and expresses her displeasure with the account he published in his newspaper the North Star about the recent anti-slavery bazaar.

Date: February 2, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Isaac Post. Douglass writes to Post and asks him to serve on the finance committee for his newspaper, the North Star.

Date: September 16, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to William R. Hallowell. Douglass writes to Hallowell to ask if he will serve on the financial committee for his newspaper, the North Star.

Date: September 16, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post in response to her letter regarding the financial state of his newspaper, the North Star.

Date: September 11, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about his recent illness and lecture tour of the mid-west.

Date: July 17, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Isaac Post. Douglass writes to Post about his recent illness while on a speaking tour in the Michigan area.

Date: July 15, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Isaac and Amy Kirby Pos. Douglass writes to the Posts about recent events during his stay in New York City and Long Island.

Date: April 22, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes to Post about his recent success finding subscribers for his newspaper, the North Star.

Date: April 11, 1848

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. Douglass writes about his collaboration with Boston abolitionists.

Date: January 30, 1848

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby to Post. Douglass writes to Post about recent events in the abolitionist movement.

Date: September 29, 1847

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Handwritten letter from Frederick Douglass to Amy Kirby Post. This letter served as a pass on the Underground Railroad.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Frederick Douglass Douglass writes to Post

Date: August 31, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Valentine Nicholson to Isaac Post, December 16, 1849. Nicholson, in an unsolicited letter, writes of his interest in antislavery, reform and spiritualism and asks for answers from the spirits to questions about his family…

Date: December 16, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, December 24, 1866? Anthony writes that she and her brother Daniel Anthony are looking forward to the Post family's visit.

Date: 1866 ?-12-24

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to [Joseph W Post?]. Anthony writes to "Dear Friends", possibly Joseph Post about Parker Pillsbury's upcoming visit to Rochester.

Date: October 28, 1861

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Handwritten letter from Charles D. B. Mills to Susan Brownell Anthony. Mills writes to Anthony about planning an abolitionist meeting.

Date: June 13, 1861

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Handwritten letter from Lydia Maria Francis Child to Harriet Brent Jacobs. Child writes her assessment of Jacobs’s slave narrative manuscript.

Date: August 13, 1860

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post. Anthony writes to Post about gathering names on a petition and the details of the National Woman's Rights convention taking place in Albany on February 12, 1861.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, June 2, 1857. Anthony writes to Post about an upcoming meeting in Waterloo, New York.

Date: June 2, 1857

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, October 1, 1855. Anthony writes to Post asking her to invite certain abolitionists to an upcoming meeting.

Date: January 10, 1855

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs asks for permission to have the letter her brother, John, sent Isaac Post to be published in the National Anti-Slavery Standard.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs writes about the progress she's made with her slave narrative and about her recent illness.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs describes her travel plans to London.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs shares the challenges she's encountered while trying to write her slave narrative.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs writes that she will be in Rochester, during the second week of September to finish and send her slave narrative to the publisher.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs shares with Post the letter she wrote to the Tribune in response to an article the newspaper published about slave trading.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs write to Post about her desire to see her son.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs writes to Post that she wishes she had more time to work on her book.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs writes to Post and discusses her home life, her daughter, Louisa, and a letter she received from her brother, Joseph.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185- Jacobs writes to Post about recent events including her ill health and concern regarding her slave narrative.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Lucretia Coffin Mott to Phebe Post Willis. Motts writes to Willis about upcoming anti-slavery meetings.

Date: April 25, 1840

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Handwritten letter from Abigail Kelley Foster to Amy Kirby Post. Foster writes to Post about recent developments in the abolitionist movement in the North East.

Date: July 16, 1844

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Handwritten letter from Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis to Amy Kirby Post, February 12, 1844. Davis writes to Post about a recent anti-slavery fair.

Date: February 12, 1844

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes that she hopes to see Post as an anti-slavery convention in New York City.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes to Post about her recent experiences in New York City, including being introduced to abolitionist, Charles Sumner.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes of her recent travels to Cambridge and Weymouth, Massachusetts. After receiving the letter from Jacobs, using the same piece of paper, Isaac Post writes a note about…

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes the process of writing her slave narrative.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs responds to Post's appeal that she write about her experiences as a slave.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes her future travel plans.

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