Adelphic Union Library Association 1845 Lectures Series

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Title

Adelphic Union Library Association 1845 Lectures Series

Subject

Charles Battiste

Description

Notice in The Liberator of a course of lectures sponsored by the Adelphic Union Library Association, organized by Charles A. Battiste (Sr.) and other leading young African-American men in Boston to promote literary life and abolition. This lecture series featured a talk by James McCune Smith, who was the doctor at New York's Colored Orphan Asylum and would later help care for Charles A. Battiste's young son after the death of the elder Battiste.

Creator

Adelphic Union Library Association

Source

"Adelphic Union Library Association," The Liberator, 12/05/1845, p. 3.

Publisher

The Liberator

Date

12/05/1845

Contributor

[no text]

Rights

[no text]

Relation

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Format

jpg

Language

en

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

[no text]

Coverage

1840-1850

Files

Liberator18451205p3.png

Citation

Adelphic Union Library Association, “Adelphic Union Library Association 1845 Lectures Series,” Central New York Digital History, accessed April 12, 2024, https://cnydigitalhistory.com/items/show/15.