Title: A County Anti-Slavery Society formed
City: Gilmanton, Strafford County
Start date: 1836-05-07
End date: 1836=05=07
Content: ANOTHER COUNTY SOCIETY
A meeting to form an Anti-Slavery Society for the County in Strafford in New Hampshire, convened at Gilmanton on the 27th ult.
Forty-one delegates were present,representing fifteen towns.
Officers: President – Asa Freeman, Esq.
Vice Presidents – Rev. Mr. Scott, Jonathan Clarke, Esq., Rev. Enoch Place, Rev. J.D. Quimby, Rev. Jared Perkins
Executive Committee: Rev. David Root, Simon Chase, Enoch Mack, Thomas Beach, William Burr , John A. Richards, Esq., Rev. E. Goodell
The Society voted to establish a depository for anti-slavery publications at Dover.
(Liberator, May 7, 1836, pg2)
Notable people involved: Asa Freeman
Rev. Mr. Scott
Jonathan Clarke, Esq.
Rev. Enoch Place
Rev. Jared Perkins
Rev. David Root
Rev. E. Goodell
Citations: Liberator, May 7,1836, pg 2