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Mott, Lucretia to All at Home, Baltimore, 1858 10mo 27

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181942

Scope and Contents

4 pages. Last paragraph written by Anna Mott Hopper. Discusses family and friends and references the circulation of correspondence. Describes participating in meetings in Baltimore concerning abolition, saying, "Radical preaching seems to suit the people, and good feeling prevails." Mentions attending a large meeting with African Americans, as well as sermons by Miriam Gover, Joshua Foulke, Ann Weaver, and Louisa Steer. Individuals who also attended meetings included John Needles, Chalkley and Kezia Gillingham, and Edith Scott. Discusses Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who will be accompanying her back home to Philadelphia and Roadside.

Subjects: Needles, John, 1786-1878; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902; Hopper, Anna Mott, 1812-1874; Antislavery movements; Women orators; Quakers

Relevant locations: Baltimore (Md.)

Dates

  • 1858 10mo 27

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Physical Facet

1 L

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