Samuel Joseph May diary, 1868.


May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871. Samuel Joseph May diary, 1868.

Samuel Joseph May diary, 1868.

May is in weakening health but until April pursues his duties as Unitarian Minister in Syracuse, N.Y. He is President of the Board of Education. He continues with writing a series of articles recalling his memories of the anti-slavery movement. In April he retires as pastor of his church, but accepts engagements to visit and preach at regional churches. He assists in organizing new church in Ithaca, N.Y. He maintains his correspondence with activist leaders in several national movements.

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