Henry Hinsdale letter on Indians, abolition, New York, 1841

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Henry Hinsdale of New York, a prominent Quaker and abolitionist, wrote to Samuel Taylor of North Fairfield about Quaker business, mentioning the group's work with Indians and the abolitionist cause.

He discusses J.J. Gurney's trip abroad to discuss abolition with foreign leaders. Gurney was a Quaker author and leader.

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  • Title: Henry Hinsdale letter on Indians, abolition, New York, 1841
  • Creator: Henry Hinsdale
  • Creation Date: 1841-11-02
  • Subject Date: 1841-11-02
  • Locations:
    • North Fairfield, Somerset County, ME
    • Paris, France
  • Media: Ink on paper
  • Local Code: Coll. 1580, Box 1/2
  • Collection: Samuel Taylor papers
  • Object Type: Text

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