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Get this from a library. Northern meeting, Friday night ball. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Northern meeting, [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) To mark the Bicentenary of the Northern Meeting in a full week of events was organised, a reminder of the week-long gatherings of the early years.
A reception was held in the Town House to mark the publication of the book "The Northern Meeting ", written by Angus Fairrie and a copy of the book was presented to the Provost of. A poster calling for a meeting in Camillus, New York in to protest the Fugitive Slave Law. A picture and narrative of Lear Green escaping slavery in a chest via the Underground Railroad, s.
An excerpt from The Underground Railroad from Slavery to Freedom by William M. Mitchell, The Northern Abolitionist MovementAmerica had always been home to people who felt that slavery was wrong and should be eliminated.
These people, called abolitionists because they wanted to abolish or destroy slavery, denounced the practice as horrible and evil. Prior to the mid-nineteenth century, however, their efforts to eliminate slavery from U.S. Source for information on The Northern.
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The Northern Meeting was set up in "for the purpose of promoting a Social Intercourse", and early editions featured dinners, balls, concerts, and horse races.
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It focused on the cruelties of slavery—particularly the separation of family members—and brought instant acclaim to. strengthening the Democratic Party by unifying its northern and southern branches. seeming to indicate clearly that the issue of slavery could be determined in any territory long before the moment of statehood.
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It focused on the cruelties of slavery--particularly the separation of family members--and brought instant acclaim to Stowe. The story became very popular and the installments were published as an entire book called Uncle Tom's Cabin in The Story Uncle Tom's Cabin told the story about a kind slave named Tom.
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The book also recounts the story of Mary Mendenhall Hobbs (), one of the most important women of her age and the wife of the first president of Guilford College, who petitioned the. The Frying Pan Baptist Meeting House suffered damage as a result of the encampments and skirmishes. From May 7, to Aug there is a gap in existing minute book records.
The first minute book entry after the war noted that Fryingpan Church met at the School House on the Ox Road. In Septembera committee was formed for. 1 October • Friday. We fasted and prayed to-day and had a meeting among ourselves. 1 Bros. Kipp, [David] Rice, Winchester and Burnham with Bro.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote the novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin (), which vividly dramatized the experience of slavery. The book was an immediate sensation.
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