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Overview Abby Hopper Gibbons (1801-1893), daughter of Isaac T. Hopper (1771-1852), was an important figure in many of the reform movements of the mid- and late nineteenth centuries, especially abolition and her work with the Women's Prison Association and Isaac T. Hopper Home. In 1833, she married fellow Hicksite Quaker, James Sloan Gibbons (1810-1892), a member of the New York Yearly Meeting of Friends. Her daughter, Sarah Hopper Emerson, used some of this material as a basis for her 1897 biography of...
Dates: 1824-1992 [bulk 1850-1892]
Overview John Greenleaf Whittier was a New England Quaker poet, journalist, and abolitionist. His poetry, inspired by his religious and moral beliefs, was well regarded during his lifetime, and he was respected by both Orthodox and Hicksite Quakers. The collection contains Whittier correspondence, manuscript poetry, books, photographs and miscellaneous material.
Overview Sarah Hopper Palmer (1796-1885) was the eldest child of Isaac T. Hopper (1771-1852), noted Hicksite Quaker abolitionist and social reformer. The collection was apparently compiled as a basis for Lydia Maria Child's Life of Isaac T. Hopper, which was first published in 1853. The original manuscript of the published book is included in the collection. The collection contains material on the Palmer, Hunn and Jenkins families, family correspondence, legal and...
- Quakers -- New York (State) -- New York 2
- Quakers -- Social life and customs 2
- Abolitionists 1
- Abolitionists -- United States 1
- American literature -- Quaker authors 1
- Antislavery movements -- United States -- History 1
- Prison reform -- Society of Friends 1
- Quaker abolitionists 1
- Quakers -- Fiction 1
- Quakers -- Massachusetts 1
- Quakers -- Poetry 1
- Quakers -- United States -- Civil War, 1861–1865 1
- Slavery -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States 1
- Slavery -- United States -- History -- 19th century 1
- Society of Friends -- Antislavery movement 1
- Society of Friends -- United States 1
- genealogies (histories) 1 ∧ less