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Author: Horace Seldon

Title: Female Anti-Slavery Society formed

City: South Weymouth

State: MA

Start date: 1835-11-19

End date: 1835-11-19

Content: South Weymouth, April 30, 1836
Mr. Garrison, -- If you think it will advance the cause of immediate emancipation, you are at liberty to insert the following in the Liberator.

The South Weymouth Female Anti-Slavery Society was formed in South Weymouth, the 19th of Nov.1835 Present number of members one hundred and twelve.

Officers: Mrs. Deborah Thomas, President Miss Hannah Pratt, Vice President
Mrs. Eliza T. Loud, Secretary Miss Lydia Pratt, Treasurer

Exec Com: Miss Clarissa Shaw, Miss Rebecca Ripley, Mrs. Everline L. Pratt,
Mrs. Lavinia S. Blanchard

(Liberator, April 30, 1836, pg3)

Notable people involved: Mrs. Deborah Thomas
Miss Hannah Pratt
Mrs. Eliza T. Loud
Miss Lydia Pratt
Miss Clarissa Shaw
Miss Rebecca Ripley
Mrs. Everline L. Pratt
Mrs. Lavinia S. Blanchard

Citations: Liberator April 30, 1836, pg 3

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