Lewis Tappan Papers 1809-1903 (bulk 1809-1872)

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Lewis Tappan Papers, 1809-1903, (bulk 1809-1872)

Lewis Tappan Papers 1809-1903 (bulk 1809-1872)

Abolitionist, merchant, and publisher. Correspondence, journals, and other papers reflecting Tappan's interests in abolition, African-American education, religion, and his business ventures.

5,200 items; 15 containers; 10 linear feet; 7 microfilm reels

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Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857

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Biographical Note: James G. Birney was an attorney, an abolitionist writer and publisher. He was born in Kentucky in 1784 to a wealthy, slaveholding family, but he abandoned a successful law practice to become an agent for abolitionism. Birney hoped to accomplish the abolition of slavery through political means and through the publication of books, pamphlets, and newspapers. He was the Liberty Party's unanimous presidential nominee in 1840 and 1844. James G. Birney died in 1853. From...

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