Lot 158 View Catalog
Rare Underground Railroad Document, March 26th 1812: Letter By David Bailey to "Friends of Cedar Creek" stating that the Black People brought by Samuel Nixon "are Like to be Brought into a Suffering Situation" and should be moved to the Western Counties of Pennsylvania", and asking them to be Committed to their Care (the Friends at Cedar Creek). The Quakers were Heavily Involved in the Underground Railroad from 1792 to the End of the Civil War. Rare and Interesting Document From a Turbulent Time. (500-1000)
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