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Abolitionists -- Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

William Goodell Family Papers, Part 1

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: BCA 0179 HC 04
Abstract William Goodell, a native of New York, was a prominent 19th century abolitionist and temperance reformer.  He either edited or published such reform-minded publications as the Investigator and General Intelligencer, Friend of Man, Christian Investigator, and Principia.  Although never ordained, he founded a church in Honeoye, New York, in 1842, based on the principles of...
Dates: Created: 1780-1892

William Goodell Family Papers, Part 2

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: BCA 0179 HC 04B
Scope and Contents

The William Goodell Family Papers (Part 2) consist of correspondence of numerous Goodell family members (both between each other and family friends and associates); writings, documents, and photographs of Goodell family members; documents, writings and printed materials of abolitionists; and correspondence, papers, and materials specific to members of the family of William Goodell Frost.

Dates: Created: 1757-1959