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About The friend of man [microform]. (Utica, N.Y.) 1836-1842
Utica, N.Y. (1836-1842)
The friend of man [microform]. : (Utica, N.Y.) 1836-1842
- Place of publication:
- Utica, N.Y.
- Geographic coverage:
- Published for the New-York State Anti-Slavery Society by J.P. Bishop
- Dates of publication:
Ceased in Nov. 1842.
Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 23, 1836)- = Whole no. -
- Antislavery movements--United States--Newspapers.
- Oneida County (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- Utica (N.Y.)--Newspapers.
- Editors: William Goodell, <1837-1840>; Stanley P. Hough, <1842>.
- Merged with: Abolitionist (Cazenovia, N.Y.), to form: Liberty press (Utica, N.Y.).
- No. 173-224, Oct. 16, 1839-Oct. 7, 1840, also called: New ser., v. 1, no. 1-new ser., v. 1, no. 52.
- Publishers: W.C. Rogers, <1838>; W.C. Rogers for the New York State Anti-Slavery Society, <Oct. 16, 1839>-July 22, 1840; U. Dunning for the New York State Anti-Slavery Society, July 29, 1840-<Oct. 7, 1840>; William J. Savage, for the New York State Anti-Slavery Society, <1842>.
- sn 94086737
- Succeeding Titles:
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