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Eastern Argus

  • Portland ME. Edited by Seba Smith from around 1820 to 1826. "An important Democratic paper". (Sources: DAB)

  • Emancipator

    A milder paper than Garrison's Liberator. After 1840, it became the property of the faction of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, a conservative (especially anti-feminist) faction of the American Anti-Slavery Society, led by the Tappans.

    Source: Stewart, Holy Warriers, p69 94, 100, and Karcher, ...First Woman .. Lydia Child.., p267.

    Copyright 1998 by Hal Morris, Secaucus, NJ

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