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Saturday, July 13, 2013

The Anti-Slavery Alphabet

 In 1846 Hannah and Mary Townsend, a pair of Quaker sisters, produced the Anti-Slavery Alphabet, a new way for the 26 letters to be taught . They were abolitionists and actively campaigned against domestic slavery in the United States.

More at Mississippi Department of Archives and History
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