[Letter To] Mrs. Chapman

[Letter To] Mrs. Chapman

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Elvira Kimball writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to seeking advice in respect to anti-slavery work. Lunenburg is one of the most backward towns in this county. At an anti-slavery convention held in June last, only six citizens were present, besides her family. Only a year ago, she was herself willfully ignorant and prejudiced against abolitionists or Garrison, but the first anti-slavery lecture she heard convinced her of the truth. She has little confidnece in her own ability to go forward, and does not sympathize with unchristian denunciations. Since she has become an abolitionist, "the Bible is a new book" to her. She asks Maria to send various anti-slavery publications.
Branch Call Number: MS A.9.2, v.19, p.10
Characteristics: 1 leaf (4 p.) ; 25 cm


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