Speaker or author: editor
Newspaper or publication: Weekly Anglo-African (1859 - 1862)
As Southern states secede from the Union, free African Americans from South Carolina are arriving in New York. Free people of color are leaving the south as fast as they can fearing they will lose their freedom if they stay.
Description of file(s): one scanned, three columned, newspaper page
People: Aldridge, Mr.; Berry, Emma; Berry, Mary; Berry, Priscilla; Berry, Samuel; Berry, William; Bulkley, Lewis; Clayton, John; Cole, Mrs. S.; Coleman, George; David, Lawrence; Eastson, Mr.; Edwards, James; Elwig, William; Emmerly, Henry; Goff, William F.; Goff, William M.; Graddick, H. T.; Graham, Joseph; Grimes, Susan; Hill, John; Hill, Nathaniel; Johnson, William; Jones, Richard; Lessene, Mr.; Mitchell, William; Parsons, Fras.; Parsons, Septima Dubois; Perrin, E. H.; Perrin, Joseph; Perrin, Mary; Praylor, Mrs.; Simmons, Mrs. C.; Turpin, Rachel; Wells, John; Wilkinson, Paul; Williams, Joseph
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