Isaac T. Hopper a true life.

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Published by J.P. Jewett, Proctor & Worthington in Boston .

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  • Hopper, Isaac T. -- 1771-1852.,
  • Fugitive slaves -- United States.

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Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources,inc., 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 13460)

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SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 13460.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 493 p.
Number of Pages493
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17566735M

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InIsaac T. Hopper, a Quaker teenager, began to organize a system for aiding fugitive slaves. Within a decade, the first Fugitive Slave law was enacted. He later became a lawyer and continued helping slaves, publishing a book about one slave in particular: "Narrative of the life of Thomas Cooper".

Isaac T. Hopper, who was at that time one of the inspectors, happened to be at the prison when they arrived at dusk, hand-cuffed and chained together, in custody of the sheriff. Their youth and desolate appearance excited his compassion. "Keep up a good heart, my poor lads," said he. "You can retrieve this one false step, if you will but make.

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when a large rosy-cheeked. Isaac T. Hopper, and James S. Gibbons, were indicted for "feloniously receiving, harboring, aiding and maintaining said Thomas, in order that he might escape from arrest, and avoid conviction and punishment." Friend Hopper was advised that he might avail himself of some technical defects in the indictment; but he declined doing it; always insisting5/6.

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Isaac Tatem Hopper ( – ) was an abolitionist who was active in Philadelphia in the anti-slavery movement and protecting fugitive slaves and free blacks from slave kidnappers.

He moved to New York City in to run a Quaker bookstore. From he served as treasurer and book agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society.

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The Isaac T. Hopper Home of the Women's Prison Association in the East Village of Manhattan, New York City Prison reform advocacy In he gave up his offices with the Anti-Slavery Society, and devoted the rest of his life to the Prison Association of New York, which sought reform in Children: John Hopper, Hannah Hopper, Abigail Gibbons, Thomas Hopper.

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The Underground Railroad was the name given to the system by which escaped slaves from the South were helped in their flight to the North. It is believed that the system started in when Isaac T. Hopper, a Quaker, began to organize a system for hiding and aiding fugitive nts of slavery allowed their homes, called stations, to be used as places where escaped slaves were.

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Houghton Library: creatorOf: Hopper, Isaac T. (Isaac Tatem), ALS, April New York to Tho[ma]s McClintock. In the early s, Quaker abolitionist Isaac T. Hopper set up a network in Philadelphia that helped slaves on the run. At the same time, Quakers in North Carolina established abolitionist groups.

Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere. Help with reading books -- Report a bad link -- Suggest a new listing Home -- Search -- New Listings -- Authors -- Titles -- Subjects -- Serials. Law of was saved by Isaac T. Hopper, then eighty years old, and living in New York.

This slave had lived for several years in Worcester, Massachu- setts, but had gone to New York to be married, on the very day that his former master arrived in Worcester to search for him. A friend of the colored man sent word to Isaac Hopper by telegraph. William Parker letter to Isaac T.

Hopper and Absalom Jones regarding his imprisonment, William Parker, probably not the abolitionist, wrote this letter to "Issac Tea happer" (most likely Isaac T. Hopper, then president of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society) and "Mr.

Absolul Johnis" (most likely Absalom Jones, founder and preist of the African Methodist Episcopal Ch. Life of Isaac T. Hopper. which form such a prominent portion of the book, were originally written by Friend Hopper himself, and published in newspapers, under the title of ‘Tales of Oppression.’ I have re-modelled them all; partly because I wished to present them in a more concise form, and partly because the principal actor could be.

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Robertson, a merchant who later went bankrupt. Isaac T. Hopper. Isaac T. Hopper () was a Quaker reformer and abolitionist.

Born inHopper became a staunch Hicksite. He was active in prison reform and abolition, and was the editor of the National Anti-slavery Standard. Hopper was disowned by New York Yearly Meeting of Friends in because of an article which appeared in. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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Hopper (), noted Hicksite Quaker abolitionist and social reformer. The collection was apparently compiled as a basis for Lydia Maria Child's Life of Isaac T. Hopper, which was first published in The original manuscript of the published book is included in the collection.Isaac T.

Hopper by L. Maria Child Isaac T. Hopper by L. Maria Child Proofreaders ISAAC T. HOPPER A True Life BY L. MARIA CHILD [Illustration: Isaac T. Hopper] Thine was a soul with sympathy imbued, Broad as the earth, and as the heavens sublime; Thy godlike object, steadfastly pursued, page 1 .

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