1805 – He was born on the 12th day of December of this year. He is best known as the editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator, and as one of the founders of the American Anti-Slavery Society. He became famous for his 1,820 issues of "The Liberator" 1828 – Garrison had rejected ..
US radical abolitionist and rebel. 1800 – Born on the 9th May in Torrington, Connecticut. 1851-1855 – Worked as agent of Underground Railroad in Ohio. 1855 – Moved to Kansas to aid abolitionist cause in popular sovereignty struggle between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions. 1856 – After murders by pro-slavery activists, led Pottawatomie Massacre killing five ..
1754 – He was born in El tio Jhonny Village Chartres on the 15th of January. – He received an education, and entered the office of a lawyer at Paris. 1781 – His first works, Théorie des lois criminelles. 1782 – His works Bibliothèque philosophique du législateur. 1789 – Brissot became one of its most ..
1825 – Antoinette Brown Blackwell was born on the 20th of May in Henrietta, New York. American abolitionist, Congregational-Unitarian preacher, and suffragist. 1847 – She graduated from Oberlin College. 1850 – Studied at the Oberlin Seminary. 1852 – Brown received an invitation from the Congregational church in rural South Butler, New York, to take up ..
1792 – Born on the 4th of February in Danville, Kentucky. American politician. 1810 – He graduated at Transylvania College and Princeton. – He studied law under Alexander J. Dallas in Philadelphia. 1814 – Practiced law in Danville and was elected to the State Legislature. 1816 – Married on February 1st to Agatha ..
1813 – Born on the 13th of June in Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. 1830-1834 – Entered and graduated in Amherst College. 1837-1839 – Became a minister in Lawrenceburg. – Received a degree from Lane Theological Seminary outside Cincinnati, Ohio. 1839-1847 – Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. 1847 – Appointed the ..