2 edition of Gerrit Smith to his neighbors. found in the catalog.
Gerrit Smith to his neighbors.
Opposing constitutional restrictions in the conduct of the Civil War.
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Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith, to his neighbors in Peterboro, New York, J Contributor Names Smith, Gerrit, Wilson, Henry, Blaine, James Gillespie, African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress).
Book/Printed Material Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith, to his neighbors in Peterboro, New York, J African American Pamphlet Collection copy. Extract from a speech of Hon. Gerrit Smith to his neighbors, in Peterboro, New York, J --Extract from an eloquent and forcible speech / by Hon.
Henry Wilson, delivered in Richmond, Va., J --Letter from Hon. James G. Blaine: political fellowship of Jefferson Davis, Horace Greeley, Robert Toombs, and Charles Sumner. SMITH, GERRIT, a Representative from New York; born in Utica, N.Y., March 6, ; moved to Peterboro in ; attended an academy in Clinton, N.Y.; was graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., in ; studied law; engaged in the management of a large estate which he inherited; delegate to the State conventions in and ; unsuccessful Liberty Party.
The same website also notes that Gerrit Smith knew Brown a decade before the Harper’s Ferry fiasco and notes that: “When John Brown went to Kansas to fight against slavery interests, Smith raised money to support his military operations When Brown raided the arsenal at Harper’s Ferry, he had a check for $ in his pocket sent to him by.
Gerrit Smith () was born at Utica, New York, and moved in to Peterboro, Madison County, New York, where he spent most of his life. His father made a fortune in land speculation, and when Smith came into control of the family property, he used his.
Financial documents, boxThis includes the debts, daily expenses, household and traveling expenses of Gerrit Smith, his relatives and business associates. Categories include, among others: charity, household, family, Oswego Hotel, Oswego Pier and Dock Co., estate of Peter Smith, bank account books, bills and receipts, cash.
A newly married graduate student at England’s University of Oxford, Gerrit W. Gong learned through personal experience that when we love the Lord and trust Him, He will help us, guide us, and strengthen us.
Gerrit Smith was a conductor in the underground railroad. He was called a station master and helped many slaves escape during the s and s. Furnas, in his excellent book.
The Road to Harper’s Ferry. has commented about Gerrit Smith. Furnas noted on page that: “Smith may be the easiest of the Six to account for. I cannot fully explain how men of such bottom and intelligence as Howe’s, Parkers, and Higginson’s could enroll under a banner so Bedlamite as Old Brown.
"When the Wildwood was in Flower" - Kindle edition by Stanton, Gerrit Smith. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading "When the Wildwood was in Flower".Author: Gerrit Smith Stanton.
Gerrit Smith, a wealthy abolitionist and land owner, gave awayacres of land to 3, black New Yorkers in 40 acre lots, creating the community of Timbuctoo.
It created rural land ownership and self-sufficiency for black people as an alternative to urban city life; gave black men access to the right to vote, and was an alternative. Full text of "Gerrit Smith. The story of a noble man life;" See other formats. It has been more than six decades since Gerrit Smith was the subject of a detailed biography based on primary sources.
Norm Dann honors Smith not by brushing over the flaws and contradictions in his long career as one of America s foremost reformers, but by showing how a passion for doing good arose out of the inner being of the : Norman K.
Dann. James McCune Smith (Ap – Novem ) was an American physician, apothecary, abolitionist, and author in New York was the first African American to hold a medical degree and graduated at the top in his class at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
After his return to the United States, he became the first African American to run a pharmacy Alma mater: African Free School, Glasgow University. Strange and Obscure Stories of the Civil War is an entertaining look at the Civil War stories that don’t get told, and the misadventures you haven’t read about in history books.
Share in all the humorous and strange events that took place behind the scenes of some of the most famous Civil War moments/5(11). ByMartin Harris had built a comfortable life for himself in Palmyra, New York. 1 Over the previous 14 years, he had acquired acres of farmland, made them profitable through his industry and progressive ideas, and built a handsome frame home.
2 He married Lucy Harris inand the couple had five children, three of whom lived to be adults. Gerrit Smith, in fact, created such a society on his extensive land holdings around Peterboro, N.Y. Unfortunately, the story does not have a happy ending.
Inspired by apocalyptic “Bible politics,” the four men came increasingly to believe that the “sin” of slavery could be expiated only through the shedding of : Ken Gewertz.
Full text of "Cassius M. Clay, and Gerrit Smith" See other formats '3| Class _E^4=i^- n Book_L^^ CASSIUS M. CLAY, and GERRIT SMITH. A I^etter of Cassius M. Ciay, of Lexingrton, Ky., to tlae Mayor of Dayton, C, with a Review of it by Oeriit Smitli, of Petertooro, JV. Volume 1 introduction starts with Joseph Smith obtaining “a set of gold plates on 22 Septemberwritten in an ancient language” (xxv).
The editors state that Smith “did not claim to translate the Book of Mormon through his own knowledge of ancient languages” (xxix). A single theme runs throughout the twenty-eight letters from East Tennessee entrepreneur Ezekiel Birdseye to New York abolitionist Gerrit Smith that appear in Durwood Dunn's new volume.
It is Birdseye's conviction, expressed in one of his first notes to Smith, that "improved communications between North and South would contribute greatly to the.Book GG, p.
James McCune Smith, letter to Gerrit Smith, 28 Dec.Gerrit Smith Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library. Jermaine W. Loguen, letter to Gerrit Smith, 13 Mar.and letteer to Gerrit Smith, 13 MaySmith Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library.The rural hamlet of Peterboro, the home of Gerrit Smith, the nineteenth century's most famous social reformer, has been portrayed as an idyllic and peaceful community free of class : Louann Wurst.