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Activists in Waukesha County organize to fight slavery, 1847.

Mukwonago Anti-Slavery Society Constitution, 1847.


The Mukwonago Anti-Slavery Society was one of many abolitionist organizations around Wisconsin. Unlike many other reform movements, anti-slavery organizations often included women and Mukwonago was no exception. Note: this manuscript has not yet been transcribed.

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Related Topics: Wisconsin in the Civil War Era
Abolition and Other Reforms
Creator: Mukwonago Anti-Slavery Society
Pub Data: unpublished. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society
Citation: Mukwonago Anti-Slavery Society. "Miscellany, 1847." Unpublished manuscript (File 1847 January 21) at the Wisconsin Historical Society. Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=83; Visited on: 4/16/2014
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