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Logan Female Anti-Slavery Society

Inspired by the abolitionist movement in Britain, Elizabeth Chandler founded the Logan Female Anti-Slavery Society in 1832. Membership included Quakers, Presbyterians and other religious denominations. Beyond reading British anti-slavery literature, little is known about the organization’s activities.

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