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Materials related to slavery, abolition, and the free produce movement in Haverford College Special Collections.
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Abolition and Slavery Materials in Special Collections

Haverford College Special Collections has a wealth of primary materials related to abolition and the anti-slavery movement in the United States. Many of these materials come from collections of Quaker families who were involved in the movement. This guide is not meant to be comprehensive, but an introduction to our resources on this topic. Special Collections librarians are always happy to assist with research, and can be reached at

Membership Certificate of the New Jersey Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, date unknown. 988E-R.

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