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Anna E. Dickinson... Elizabeth Cady Stanton... Colored Troops... Thanksgiving Proclamation...



Item # 568604

April 17, 1863

THE LIBERATOR, Boston, April 17, 1863 

* Commentary on an Abraham Lincoln proclamation for a Day of Fasting & Thanksgiving
* Recruits for the Massachusetts Black soldiers... coming from Elmira, New York
* Elizabeth Stanton & Anne Dickinson


This is the famous anti-slavery newspaper by famed abolitionist publisher William Lloyd Garrison. The masthead features two engravings, one of a slave auction and the other showing slaves being emancipated (see).

Page one contains an interesting response to a recent proclamation by Abraham Lincoln for a day of fasting and prayer... also mentioning a similar proclamation by Jefferson Davis.

Page three has a report on a group of negro soldiers from Elmira, New York heading off to volunteer in Massachusetts.  Could these been additional recruits for the Massachusetts 54th Regiment?  There is no way to know for certain... but the timing makes it a possibility.

Page 3 has an appeal by Elizabeth Cady Stanton (famed abolitionist and leader of the woman's suffrage movement) and an announcement concerning a speaking engagement by Anne E. Dickinson (first woman to speak formally on the floor of the U.S. Congress).

Great to have this content in an anti-slavery newspaper.

Complete in four pages, a small hole (archivally mended as best as possible) is present which goes through the entire issue (see photo), otherwise in good condition.  Without the hole, the issue would be priced about 20% higher than the quoted price.

Category: Yankee

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