The Pennsylvania Abolition Society Papers

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The Pennsylvania Abolition Society Papers

Founded in 1775, the Pennsylvania Abolition Society (PAS) worked on “improving the Condition of the African Race.” The PAS Papers contain the records of the Society's meetings, legal actions they took, papers related to education for the free black community, and the records of numerous anti-slavery societies. 

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