Black Abolitionist Archive
Title: James McCune Smith
Speaker or author: Smith, James McCune, 1813-1865
Newspaper or publication: National Anti-Slavery Standard
Overview of speech offered in protest of the Fugitive Slave Bill that was contributing to the kidnapping of nominally free black citizens of New York. Emphasis was placed on the recent experience in this regard of James Hamlet, who escaped after being kidnapped to be sold into slavery. (Speech 10898(a) is a duplicate of this speech.)
Description of file(s): PDF 2 page, 365 word document (text and images)
Date published: 1850-10-01
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