Antislavery movements -- United States
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Allinson Family Papers
Allinson family scrapbooks
The Allinson family scrapbook is largely comprised of clippings on poetry, temperance, prison reform, reform for juvenile delinquents, and anti-slavery. Many of the anti-slavery clippings discuss the possibility of using Jamaica as a "home for colored emigrants." The end of the volume includes 12 pages of signatures. The volume also includes an obituary for Samuel Allinson.
Clement family letters
Benjamin Coates African Colonization collection
Letters relating to the emigration of free Blacks to the West African colony of Liberia and establishment of Liberian institutions written to American Quaker reformer, Benjamin Coates (1808-1887) whose work toward the abolition of slavery led to a relationship with many well-known people connected to Liberia, a colony established to offer a new home and a fresh start away from slavery to free Blacks in the mid-19th century.
William Dillwyn diary
William Dillwyn was a Philadelphia Quaker abolitionist who was tutored under Anthony Benezet. Entries describe Dillwyn's travels from his home in Burlington, New Jersey, to Charleston, South Carolina, including lists of things to pack, the voyage, and the weather. Later entries describe Dillwyn's time in South Carolina, visits with Friends, business, and Quaker meetings.
Emlen Family Papers
Elizabeth Pearsall Frazier Family Papers
Free Produce Association of Friends of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
Garrett, McCollin, and Vail family papers
This collection contains the correspondence of the Garrett, McCollin, and Vail families.