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Stanton, Henry B., 1805-1887



  • Existence: 1805 - 1887


Henry Brewer Stanton was born on June 27, 1805 in Preston, Connecticut. He was was an American abolitionist, social reformer, attorney, journalist and politician. His writing was published in the "New York Tribune," the "New York Sun," and William Lloyd Garrison's "Anti-Slavery Standard" and "The Liberator. He was elected to the New York State Senate in 1850 and 1851. Stanton died on January 14, 1887.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Henry Brewster Stanton letter

Identifier: Mss 839375
Mss 839375
Date(s): 1839-06-25

In English.

To Capt. Joseph Morrill, Boscowen, NH, Letter

Identifier: Mss 838350
Mss 838350
Date(s): 1838-06

Lithograph copy of fundraising letter sent to Captain Joseph Morrill. Original letter written by H.B. Stanton at the Office of the American Anti Slavery Society.

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