3 edition of ...Minutes of the N.C. Manumission society, 1816-1834 found in the catalog.
...Minutes of the N.C. Manumission society, 1816-1834
Manumission society of North Carolina
|Statement||edited by H.M. Wagstaff...|
|Series||The James Sprunt historical studies ..., v. 22, nos.1-2.|
|Contributions||Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert, ed.|
|LC Classifications||E449 .M32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||34027780|
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Manumission Society of North Carolina. Minutes of the N.C. Manumission society, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry McGilbert Wagstaff; Manumission Society of North Carolina.
Patrick Sowle, “The North Carolina Manumission Society, ,” North Carolina Historical Review (January ): H. Wagstaff, ed., “Minutes of the North Carolina Manumission Society, ,” James Sprunt Historical Studies, vol.
22, nos. 10 Henry M. Wagstaff (éd.). Minutes of the North Carolina Manumission Society, (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, [Vol Numbers 1 and 2, of The James Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science'], ),hereinafter cited as Wagstaff, Minutes.
See also, Levi Coffin, Reminiscences of Levi. Volume 7: Loose copy of typescript copy of the minutes of the North Carolina Manumission Society (copy is incomplete), #, Series: "2. Volumes, ". Manumission Society of North Carolina. Minutes of the ssion Society, T he University of North Carolina press, [Quaker] FJ28 v; These same search methods can also be used through WorldCat to expand your search to additional publications which may be available to you through Interlibrary Loan.
The North Carolina Manumission Society Leave a Comment / Black Genealogy, North Carolina Perhaps it will be a matter of considerable surprise to many, in fact a majority of the citizens of the State, to know that the anti-slavery sentiment was ever strong enough here to take the form of organized protest and endeavor against the practice of.
Manumission, Slavery and Family in the Post-Revolutionary Rural Chesapeake: Anne Arundel County, Maryland, John Joseph Condon University of Minnesota, - African Americans. Inthe Manumission Society was concerned that "the method of celebrating the abolition of the Slave trade was improper" and worried that such demonstrations would "cause [detrimental] reflections to be made on this Society" demanded that such parades be discontinued.
1 Black New Yorkers replied that they would do no such thing. Jay became the first president of the New York Manumission Society, which was founded in Jay owned five slaves during his tenure as society president, and, according to census records, he owned one slave as late as Slave ownership was not inconsistent with the conservative mission of the Manumission Society.
This collection contains 11 volumes of records for the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberated (commonly known as the New-York Manumission Society), covering its activities from its.
The New-York Manumission Society was an American organization founded in by U.S. Founding Father John Jay, among others, to promote the gradual abolition of slavery and manumission of slaves of African descent within the state of New organization was made up entirely of white men, most of whom were wealthy and held influential positions in society.
Minutes of the N. Manumission Society, The James Sprunt Historical Studies, Vol Numbers by H. Wagstaff The James Sprunt Historical Studies, Vol Numbers by H. Wagstaff (p. Guide to the Records of the New-York Manumission Society MS New-York Historical Society Material relating to the day-to-day operation of the Society includes minutes of the Ways and Means Committee and the treasurer's account book.
These cover issues such as collection of dues, expenses, income and payments, including rent. North Carolina Friends Historical Society MS Minutes and papers, North Carolina Manumission Society Minutes, MS North Carolina Peace Society, MS Minute book, rollbook, and assorted papers.
52 items. Wagstaff, Minutes of the North Carolina Manumission Society,James Sprunt Hist. Pub. XXII, No. 1 and 2, Chapel Hill, p. 13). InLevi Coffin organized an "antislavery band" at New Garden, was president of the Underground Railroad.
Frederick Douglass’s manumission, or freedom, papers were signed to show the transfer of ownership from Thomas Auld to Hugh Auld, and then from Hugh Auld to Frederick Douglass. Here is a copy of the wording from those papers that declared Douglass a free man, as found in his autobiography, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass.
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Break Every Yoke: The North Carolina Manumission Society,by Roger N. Kirkman, for a publication relevant to North Carolina genealogy (Telikon Electronic Publishing, Bitting Road, Winston-Salem, NC or [email protected]). Other articles where Manumission is discussed: slavery: Laws of manumission: Laws of manumission varied widely from society to society and within societies across time.
They are often viewed as the litmus test of a particular society’s views of the slave, that is, of the capacities the slave was likely to exhibit as a free.
Manumission, or affranchisement, is the act of an owner freeing his or her ent approaches developed, each specific to the time and place of a particular society. Jamaican historian Verene Shepherd states that the most widely used term is gratuitous manumission, "the conferment of freedom on the enslaved by enslavers before the end of the slave system".
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Meeting minutes, commission reports, financial records, indentures, registers, and miscellaneous records of the New York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, commonly known as the New York Manumission Society, established in to publicly promote the abolition of slavery and manumission of slaves in New York State.
Swaim was reelected president of the Manumission Society until its discontinuance in Perhaps as early as Mayhe began planning a serial law publication, The Man of Business ; or, Every Man's Lawbook, a pioneer reference work of business law and legal forms.
Maryland Freedom Papers. Volume 3: Maryland Colonization Society Manumission Book, by Jerry M. (Editor) Hynson Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / The author Pages: 8 Apr. –6 July John Newlin, merchant, industrialist, land speculator, abolitionist, and Quaker leader, was born in the southeastern part of present-day Alamance was in the sixth generation of descendants of Nicholas and Elizabeth Paggott Newlin, who emigrated from Mountmellick, Ireland, to Chester County, Pa., in This book was a crushing disappointment.
Not because it is bad, but because the title has pretty much nothing in common with the contents. I assumed, given the title, that it would be about the manumission of slaves in early Christianity. by: Hamilton’s resolution on gradual manumission presented to New York Manumission Society in was “too strong to be swallowed by their peers”, which Chernow perceives as a further proof of fierce abolitionism.
However, it may have been made so strong on purpose, to reaffirm Hamilton’s status of a deeply moral person without changing. Legislation passed in provided for the gradual manumission of slavery in New York State, and by the last slave had been freed in Westchester County.
Documentation of slavery in Westchester is sparse, but some records do exist. * * * Patrick Sowie writes on "The North Carolina Manumission Society, " in The North Carolina Historical Review, XLII (Winter ), This was primarily a Quaker organization. It failed to be really effective because it was too limited, and because many of the Quakers emigrated to the North West, and perhaps because they came.
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[10 Wagstaff (ed.), Minutes of the North Carolina Manumission Societyp. 6; T. Pittman, "A Decade in Our History," North Carolina Review, April 3,p. But such freedom of action could not last much longer. Patrick Sowle, "The North Carolina Manumission Society, " () The Manumission Society of North Carolina was founded by slavery opponents, mostly Quakers.
Its members formed an alliance to distribute written. Other prominent public figures connected with both Columbia and the Manumission Society included Gouverneur Morris; Marinus Willet, a King’s College graduate who went on to serve as New York’s mayor in and (during which time he owned two slaves); and Egbert Benson, a King’s graduate and Columbia trustee who served in Congress and on the state Supreme Court in the early republic.
Harris This ancient surname is English, Scottish and Irish, and is recorded in many spellings including Harry, Harrie, Harrhy, Harris, Harries, and Harriss. However spelt, all derive from the 11th century personal name Harry, itself a nickname form of Henry. "Henry", which originates from the pre 7th century Frankish name "Henn- ric", meaning "home-rule", was first introduced.
Friendly Furniture: The Quaker Cabinetmakers of Guilford County, North Carolina, – Thomas Swain was an active member of Center Monthly Meeting and a founding officer of the North Carolina Manumission Society.
see New Garden Monthly Meeting, Men’s Minutes –, Wayne County, IN, 88–89, Friends Collection and College. Equality. CHAPTER 15 | Document John Jay to the President of the [English] Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves.
June Correspondence Our society has been favoured with your letter of the 1st of May last, and are happy that efforts so honourable to the nation are making in your country to promote the cause of justice and humanity relative to the Africans.
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