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Author: Horace Seldon

Title: Gardner, Mass., forms an Anti-Slavery Society

City: Gardner

State: MA

Start date: 1836-01-09

End date: 1835-01-09

Content: An Anti-Slavery Society has been formed for Worcester County, North Division, in Gardner. Officers chosen:

Pres: Col. Enoch Whitmore, Ashburnham
Vice Presidents: Dr. Alvah Godding,Winchendon
Henry Hoyt, Athol
Deacon A. Goodale, W. Boylston
Deacon J.T.Everett, Princeton
Rec. Sec: A.S.Lincoln, Gardner
Cor. Sec: George S. Flint, Rutland
Treas: Deacon Robert Pickham, Westminster
Auditor: Capt.Aaron Wood, Westminster
Counselors: Ten men, from 10 towns

Notable people involved: Col. Enock Whitmore
Dr. Alvah Godding
Henry Hoyt
A. Goodale
J.T.Everett
Robert Pickham
George S. Flint
Aaron Wood
A.S. Lincoln

Citations: Liberator, January 9, 1836, pg 2

ID: 117