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Antebellum North

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Bobalition of Slavery 1822 Broadside

Identifier: MSS-4323
Scope and Contents One broadside from an 1816-1837 contemporary Bobalition series that satirized the annual July 14th Abolition Day celebrations for African Americans. This broadside has an imprint from "The Flying Booksellers," a woodcut image, and text in three columns.
Dates: 1822-07-15

Susan A. Hart Palmer and Colonel Oliver Hazard Palmer Papers

Identifier: MSS-4245
Overview The collection consists primarily of correspondence between Colonel Palmer and Mrs. Palmer while Mrs. Palmer travelled Europe with her children. Of particular interest are eight letters written by Mrs. Palmer, Helen Mumford, and “Julia” from 1862-1863 during the Civil War. Susan Augusta Hart Palmer (1824-1890) and Colonel Oliver Hazard Palmer (1814-1884) lived in Rochester and New York City, New York and had four children: Susan, Alice, Annie, and Oliver. Colonel Palmer fought in the Civil...
Dates: 1860 - 1888