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Annual Report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society
Annual Report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society was a report of the annual meeting and other activities of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society. The title varied somewhat over the years.
The Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society was organized in 1833. The first annual report of the group I can find online is of the 1835 annual meeting; I do not know if there was any earlier published annual report. While the group suffered a schism in 1840, annual reports continued to be published until at least 1844.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1835: HathiTrust has the second annual report, published in 1836, "with a concise statement of events, previous and subsequent to the annual meeting of 1835". It has the cover title "Right and Wrong in Boston".
- 1835: HathiTrust has a second edition of that second annual report, also published in 1836.
- 1836: The Internet Archive has the third annual report, "being a concise history of the cases of the slave child, Med, and of the women demanded as slaves of the Supreme Judicial Court of Mass., with all the other proceedings of the society".
- 1837: The Internet Archive has the fourth annual report, "with a sketch of the obstacles thrown in the way of Emancipation by certain Clerical Abolitionists and Advocates for the Subjection of Women".
- 1838: The Internet Archive has the fifth annual report.
- 1839: The Internet Archive has the sixth annual report.
- 1840: The Internet Archive has the seventh annual report, with a cover title "Right and Wrong in the Anti-Slavery Societies".
- 1841: The Internet Archive has the eighth annual report.
- 1842: The Internet Archive has the ninth annual report. It has the cover title "Ten Years of Experience".
- 1844: The Internet Archive has the eleventh annual report.
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