National Anti-Slavery Standard. January 1843 - May 1843.

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Title

National Anti-Slavery Standard. January 1843 - May 1843.

Description

The National Anti-Slavery Standard was the official weekly newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, an abolitionist society founded in 1833 by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan. Lydia and David Child, abolitionists and writers, established the newspaper in 1840. The Standard advocated for the rights of slaves throughout the country, as well as suffrage for women.

The Lewis collection includes the following issues:
Volume 3, No. 32, January 12, 1843
Volume 3, No. 34, January 26, 1843
Volume 3, No. 35, February 2, 1843
Volume 3, No. 36, February 9, 1843
Volume 3, No. 37, February 16, 1843
Volume 3, No. 38, February 23, 1843
Volume 3, No. 39, March 2, 1843
Volume 3, No. 40, March 9, 1843
Volume 3, No. 42, March 23, 1843
Volume 3, No. 48, May 4, 1843

Date

1843

Subject

African Americans --New York (State) --New York --Newspapers
American Anti-Slavery Society
Antislavery movements
Antislavery movements --United States --Newspapers
New York (N.Y.) --Newspapers
Philadelphia (Pa.) --Newspapers
Slavery--United States--Periodicals

Creator

American Anti-Slavery Society
Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.

Publisher

New York: American Anti-Slavery Society

Contributor

Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880, Editor.
Child, David Lee, 1794-1874, Assistant Editor.

Language

English

Type

Type

Coverage

Dates of publication: 1840-1870

Original Format

Serials (publications)

Physical Dimensions

9 issues ; 65 cm.

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