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Slavery--Tennessee--Anti-slavery movements

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Embree Family Papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: AppMs-61
Scope and Contents The collection includes consists of photocopies of manuscript transcriptions of correspondence from Evan Embree, who resided on the Nolichucky River, to his uncle, Abner Elleman of Bush River, South Carolina. The correspondence deals primarily with Quaker theology and some family and local news.

Frederick S. Heiskell Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-22
Arrangement The papers are arranged into two series: Series 1, Papers of Frederick S. Heiskell, 1810-1882, and Series 2, Scrapbooks, c. 1789-1882.

Judge Samuel C. Williams Notes and Typescript

 Collection — Box A (Small Collections)
Identifier: AppMs-13
Scope and Contents The Judge Samuel C. Williams Notes and Typescript consist primarily photocopies of Williams' manuscript notes of early issues of Benjamin Lundy's The Genius of Universal Emancipation (referred to by Williams as The Genesis of Universal Emancipation) and Embree's History of the Emancipation Society of Tennessee, as well as the typescript of the same. The collection also includes a letter from Williams concerning his notes and two letters to William Flinn Rogers concerning the publication history...