ALS : South Boston, to Asa Fletcher, Jr., Moscow, Maine, [18]51 May 3.

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Fletcher, William. ALS : South Boston, to Asa Fletcher, Jr., Moscow, Maine, [18]51 May 3.

ALS : South Boston, to Asa Fletcher, Jr., Moscow, Maine, [18]51 May 3.

Boston man expresses his reaction to the passage of the Fugitive Slave Law.

1 item (4 p. in folder) 25 x 30 cm.

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