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MY SLAVE EXPERIENCE IN MARYLAND
N ADDRESS DELIVERED IN NEW YORK, NEW YORK, ON 6 MAY 1845
National Anti-Slavery Standard, 22 May 1845. Other texts in New York Evangelist, 8 May 1845; Liberator, 16 May 1845; Concord (N.H.) Herald of Freedom, 16 May 1845. Douglass's Narrative was only days from publication when he addressed the Twelfth Annual Convention of the American Anti-Slavery Society in New York City's capacious Broadway Tabernacle on 6 May 1845. The National Anti-Slavery Standard exulted that the attendance was "larger than it has been for several years," though the Liberator believed the gathering would have been larger still had the meeting been properly advertised.
Blacks--antislavery sentiments of
Liberty Party--abolitionism and
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
American Anti-Slavery Society
Temperance and temperance advocates
Abolitionists--Quaker religion and
Foster, Abby Kelley
Garrison, William Lloyd
Bell, William C.
Clay, Cassius M.
Jones, Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock
Lloyd, Edward, V.
Hicks, Mrs. Giles
Concord, New Hampshire
New York City
Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York City
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Talbot County, Maryland
Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland
Home House Plantation ("Great House Farm"), Talbot County, Maryland
St. Michaels, Talbot County, Maryland