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Resource Date: 1824

Number: 35

Record Office: The Library of the Religious Society of Friends

Record Office Location Number: Box 202 /2

Description:

Front page of Amelia Opie's poem, The negro boys tale: a poem addressed to children, first published in 1802. This edition is dated 1824.

Women brought a distinctive female approach to the campaign, such as writing and circulating imaginative literature and poetry on slavery.

The negro boys tale: a poem addressed to children, first published in 1802.

Source Files:
With Kind permission of 'The Library of the Religious Society of Friends'.

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