1.25" Buttons

Abolitionists Button Wear it proudly. Support the Great Abolitionists & the Underground Railroad.

2.25" diameter metal shell

Mylar protective cover

Metal pin back

Image by Flores




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Frederick Douglass Pin

Frederick Douglass Pin

Frederick Douglass , (1818-1895) abolitionist, eloquent orator, writer, editor, and women’s rights advocate, was born a slave in Maryland in...
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Gerrit Smith Pin

Gerrit Smith Pin

Gerrit Smith (1797-1874) philanthropist and reformer was the wealthiest landowner in New York   State . Smith’s father Peter Smith had...
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John Brown Pin

John Brown Pin

John Brown , (1800- 1859) was born in Connecticut and raised in the Calvinist tradition by poor parents who taught him that divine predestination...
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Lewis Tappan Pin

Lewis Tappan Pin

Lewis Tappan, (1788 – 1873) was a philanthropist, merchant, and industrialist who used his wealth to end slavery. The New York Times described...
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Lydia Maria Child Pin

Lydia Maria Child Pin

Lydia Maria (Francis) Child , (1802 – 1880) was born in Medford, Massachusetts. Her literary career began at age twenty-two when her first...
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Sojourner Truth Pin

Sojourner Truth Pin

Sojourner Truth, (1797 – 1883) abolitionist, evangelist, orator, and women’s right advocate, was born a slave named Isabella in 1797 in...
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Theodore Dwight Weld Pin

Theodore Dwight Weld Pin

Theodore Dwight Weld (1803-1895) was born in Hampton , Connecticut and moved to Fabius , NY with his parents as a young man. Weld attended the...
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Wendell Phillips Pin

Wendell Phillips Pin

Wendell Phillips , (1811-1884) a foremost orator of the abolitionist movement, was born in Boston , MA . His distinguished family had come from...
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