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Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Organization of the American An

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American Anti-Slavery Society
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When she arrived she was scarcely able to walk, but soon revived in free air, and was very cheerful. She expressed her gratitude in the strongest language, and manifested it in every possible way. I thought, at the time, that it would be well to have her likeness taken, and I sent for Mr. Rainer, $>neof our friends who was in that business, and he took the picture of her in this chest. ; and I preserved the chest and the likeness. She went farther north on the Underground Railroad, and shortly
...after, a young man to whom she was engaged, came on, and thev were married in one of the cities of Western New York.
40 This case was not quite a parallel with the escape of Henry Brown, of Richmond, who wanted to come North, and could think of no way except to have himself boxed up and sent by Adams' Express. He knew of only one white man to whom he could confide his wishes ; one who was called Red Boot Smith. He acquiesced in the plan and believed it would be successful. Brown was six feet tall and weighed two hun- dred pounds.


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