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Record 39/57
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Call# Liberator, The
Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Publish date 1859
Summary The Liberator, 1 issue, April 29, 1859

Anti-slavery: "No Union with Slaveholders"

(Cataloger's note: The Liberator (1831-1865) was an abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison in 1831. See http://www.theliberatorfiles.com/

According to the Lexington Historical Commission, a house at 23 Eliot Road was built in 1900 for Charles Follen Garrison, the son of famous abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. Charles was named for Charles Follen, founding minister of the Follen Community Church who was a noted abolitionist and Unitarian minister and died in 1840. Two of W.L. Garrison’s other sons also had homes on Munroe Hill. William, Jr. lived on Percy Road. http://historicsurvey.lexingtonma.gov/lexareas/area-o.htm)
Object ID Worthen.2038
Object Name Newspaper
Publisher W.L. Garrison & I. Knapp
Pub Place Boston MA
Subjects Newspapers
Abolition movement
Abolitionists
Title The Liberator
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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