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Subtitle: The Colored Orphan Asylum.
Title: Weekly Anglo-African - March 24, 1860
Speaker or author: editor
Newspaper or publication: Weekly Anglo-African (1859 - 1862)
The writer tells his readers about an upcoming performance presented by the children at the Colored Orphan Asylum in New York. The proceeds of the performance will be used to benefit the school and support the children.
Description of file(s): one scanned, two columned, newspaper page
Subjects: Abolitionists--United States; African American abolitionists; Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery; United States--History--19th century
Keywords: children; Church; exhibition; fair; institution; New York; orphan; performance
People: Alcott, Mrs. C.; Barnswell, Mrs.; Beecher, Henry Ward; Conyers, Hope Ann; Ellis, Mrs. Serena; Freeman, Mrs. Rev. A. N.; Garnet, Mrs. H[enry] H[ighland]; Gilead, Mrs. Ellen; Gloucester, Elizabeth; Jackson, Mrs. Robert; Jamison, Mrs. Emma; Johnson, Mrs. Emma; Lawrence, Mrs. M.; Leonard, Mrs. William H.; Lyons, Mary J.; Magnan, Mrs. Ann; Morel, Mrs. Junius C.; Morris, Mrs.; Parker, Mrs. Harriet; Ray, Mrs. C. B.; Ray, Mrs. Peter; Remond, Susan; Richards, Eliza D.; Roberts, Mrs. Mary; Robinson, Mrs. Catharine; Rocelle, Mrs. Mary; Smith, Mrs. [James] McCune; Stuart, Mrs.; Tilton, Theodore; Tompkins, Mrs. Min. S.; Trusty, Mrs. Stephen; Vangiesen, Mary; Vanstay, Mrs. M.; Wake, Mrs. Mary; Washington, Mrs. J. J.; Williams, Mrs. Rev. P.; Wilson, Mrs. William J.
Organization: Cooper Institute
Publication type: editorials; Newspapers