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  • Organization dedicated to abolitionist principles that was founded on January 30, 1832, in Boston. One of its original members was William Lloyd Garrison, a prominent antislavery crusader and owner of The Liberator newspaper.

    The preamble to the constitution of the New England Anti-Slavery Society stated:

    We believe that Slavery is contrary to the precepts of Christianity, dangerous to the liberties of the country, and ought immediately to be abolished…we believe that the citizens of New-England not only have the right to protest against it, but are under the highest obligation to seek its removal by a moral influence…we believe that the free people of color are unrighteously oppressed, and stand in need of our sympathy and benevolent co-operation.

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    • Elected Officials
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