The Anti-Slavery Alphabet Primer

1846, Hannah and Mary Townsend of the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society wrote a primer for the English alphabet. Staunch abolitionists, they made it very clear to children what the continuation of slavery in the United States meant. Click on "Continue reading" to view more pages from it.

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Images: Mississippi Department of Archives and History


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