Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1829/07/04 William Lloyd Garrison gives his "Address to the Colonization Society" at Park Street, his first major public statement against slavery. Vocation Park Street Church Boston
1831/01/01 The Liberator, an abolitionist newspaper, is established by William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp. Weekly issues were published in Boston from 1 January 1831 to 29 December 1865. Vocation
1835/10/21 Mayor Theodore Lyman Jr gives refuge to William Garrison, the editor of the abolitionist paper The Liberator, who was being chased by a violent mob. Garrison was kept safe in the Old State House until being driven to the Leverett Street Jail (lost). Vocation Old State House Boston
1837/12/18 In a letter to William Garrison, Samuel May is critical of the Boston city government for objecting to using Faneuil Hall as an antislavery meeting sponsored by William Ellery Channing. Addressee Faneuil Hall Boston Abolitionist Movement
1864/09/00 Hunnewell sells his estate to the Garrison family trust for $8,000. Established in 1849, the trust was comprised of William L Garrison's three eldest sons. W L Garrison did not own the estate until November 1875. It was his home until his death in 1879. Home William Lloyd Garrison House Boston
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