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2011 Inductees

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2011 Inductees
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                 2011 Abby Foster Kelly, George Gavin Ritchie, Jermain Wesley Loguen. Inducted into the ... more info

4 images Gerrit Smith Estate

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4 images Gerrit Smith Estate
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1 Note Card with envelope All 4 Images on this note card: the Land office, Smithfield Community Center, Bird House & Mansion House   This ... more info

a world of wonder Greene's Birds 542

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April 14, 2013 by Colgate Sustainability Coordinator: John Pumilio   A World of Wonder:  Talk on Greene Smith's Beloved Birds   ... more info

A. Lincoln Children's T-shirt

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A. Lincoln Children's T-shirt
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"Peterboro Civil War Weekend" t-shirt in light gray with blue lettering and picture of cannon. In youth sizes. 90% pre-shrunk cotton, 10% ... more info

Abby Foster Kelley Button

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Abby Kelley Foster Pin $3.00 Abby Kelly Foster  was a Massachusetts anti-slavery lecturer, organizer, and fundraiser. The daughter ... more info

Abe Lincoln Finger Puppet

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Abe Lincoln Finger Puppet
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Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 to April 14, 1865) was the 16th president of the United States and is regarded as one of America's greatest ... more info

Abolition Inductees

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National Abolition Hall of Fame & Museum Peterboro, NY First year inductees Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Lucretia Mott, Gerrit ... more info

Abolitionist Beriah Green

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Abolitionist Beriah Green
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Beriah Green (1795-1874), theologian, educator, and reformer was a radical abolitionist at a time when the voices for freedom in America were few in ... more info

Abolitionist Frances E.W. Harper

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Abolitionist James W.C. Pennington

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Abolitionist James W.C. Pennington
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James W.C. Pennington (1808-1870) was born in slavery in Maryland and although he was trained as a carpenter and blacksmith he was not taught to read ... more info