Abolitionists: Myrtilla Miner

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1 Note card in Pen & Ink with Envelope (reproduction):

Myrtilla Miner (1815-1864)

was born in Brookfield, NY and was later educated at the Young Ladies Domestic Seminary in Clinton, NY.

Despite a barrage of bigotry, harassment, and threats of violence, Miner remained defiant and determined to teach African-American girls in the south before the Civil War.

Inducted in 2013 to the

National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum

5255 Pleasant Valley Road        P.O. Box 55 Peterboro NY 13134

 www.nationalabolitionhalloffameandmuseum.org

Artwork by Joseph Flores

 

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