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Sandra H. Petrulionis - professor of English and American studies, Penn State Altoona

Book Title: “Warrington” Pen-Portraits: A Collection of Personal and Political Reminiscences from 1848 to 1876 from the Writings of William S. Robinson

Author: Mrs. W. S. Robinson

Book Description:

My research, on the antislavery movement in Concord, Massachusetts, and the role played by the women in this effort, began with the names and events related in this book. Written by Harriet Robinson, a member of the Concord Female Anti-Slavery Society, the book provides rich details of this grassroots movement by one of its most radical activists.


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