Papers 1808-1889.

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Osborn, Charles, 1775-1850. Papers 1808-1889.

Papers 1808-1889.

Editor and abolitionist, of Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Journals and diary fragments (1808-1833, 1850) kept while traveling through United States, England, and Europe to preach at Quaker meetings. The journals were published in 1854. Also includes correspondence (1871-1889) of Osborn's son, Parker B. Osborn, relating to his father's work, and other papers. Contact repository for more information.

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