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Title Liberty Association of Woburn records
Dates c. 1840's
Author The Liberty Association of Woburn
Extent 1 folder
Collection number AS-12
Admin/Biographical History The Liberty Association of Woburn was a local branch of the national Liberty Party that ran candidates for President between 1840 and 1852. The association had as its objects "to sustain and superintend the general interests of the abolition cause: to maintain an efficient political organization; and to disseminate our principals by discussions lectures, circulation of tracts and in other suitable ways." There were 39 members at the founding.
Scope & Content Constitution of the abolitionist/anti-slavery association.
Source Unknown
Cite as Liberty Association Records
Woburn Public Library, Dr. Thomas J. Glennon Archives, Woburn, MA 01801.
Subjects Abolition movement
Abolitionists
Constitutions
Slavery
Local Subjects Liberty Association
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