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At the Historical Society of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Abolition Society papers (Collection ) Pennsylvania Abolition Society records (Collection ) Abolition Society of Delaware minutes (Am) At other repositories: Scorecards, (ca.), New York State Historical Documents; National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, National. The Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association is pleased to offer a scholarship program to students who plan to continue their education beyond the 12th grade. Scholarships are available, one to a New Jersey High School Senior and the second to a high school senior from Pennsylvania or Delaware.
Description: The Society's collections center on eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and parts of Delaware and Maryland, but also include a wealth of materials on the eastern United States, the founding of this country, and the diversity of ethnic and immigrant experiences across the United States. African American Genealogy online research is much more difficult due to the scant nature of record keeping for African American’s prior to the Civil War. This is the reason for creating a separate section for African Americans much like we have for Native Americans who’s research can also be hampered by the available records.
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Memorial of the Society of Friends: in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, on the African slave trade. were New England (particularly Rhode Island), New Amsterdam (later New York) and Long Island, Maryland, Virginia, and the West Indies.
A number of Friends developed financial interests in East and West New Jersey, and in William Penn'sconstitution for Pennsylvania was adopted. Memorial of the Religious Society of Friends, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, &c., against the introduction of slavery into Nebraska: the memorial of the representatives of the Religious Society of Friends, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and parts adjacent, respectfully showeth.
Hill Memorial Museum. Hill Memorial Museum at 82 Main Street in Newton, was constructed for the historical society in and has served as its home since then.
It was built in the renaissance revival style to the design of Henry T. Stephens, an architect from Paterson, New Jersey by local contractor Thomas Farrel. It was dedicated on June 8, and named after three relatives of the main Location: 82 Main Street, Newton, New Jersey.
Well advertised throughout Europe, skilled artisans and farmers flocked to the new colony. With Philadelphia as its capital, Pennsylvania soon became the keystone of the English colonies.
New Jersey was owned by Quakers even before Penn's experiment, and the remnants of New Sweden, now called Delaware, also fell under the Friends' sphere of. [UNK] The Appeal of the Religious Society of Friends in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Etc., to their Fellow-Citizens of the United States on Behalf of the Coloured Races.
(By Benjamin Coates.) Philadelphia, [UNK] Pennsylvania Heritage: African American and Civil Rights in Pennsylvania; A potential source for information about individuals is Pennsylvania Abolition Society (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), Manumissions and Indentures, ca. Arranged by Name of Master or Slaveholder FHL films (first of 7 films).
Records are from various. John Woolman (Octo ()/Octo – October 7, ) was a North American merchant, tailor, journalist, and itinerant Quaker preacher, and an early abolitionist in the colonial era.
Based in Mount Holly, New Jersey, near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he traveled through frontier areas of British North America to preach Quaker beliefs, and advocate against slavery and the slave.
Uniting Quaker Meetings in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, & Maryland. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Quakers The PYM office is closed the weeks of August 10 and 17 except for essential operations and time-sensitive needs.
The Grubb family were prominent owners of agricultural and mining lands in the Delaware River valley of Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. The family could trace its roots back to Denmark in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, and by the sixteenth Henry Grubbe, Esq., the direct ancestor of the American Grubbs, was residing.
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Pennsylvania was founded as a place of refuge and religious freedom for many diverse groups from Great Britain and Europe. Important religious groups in colonial Pennsylvania were the Society of Friends (Quakers), the German Lutheran, German Reformed, Presbyterian, Episcopal/Anglican/Church of England, Baptist, and Roman Catholic churches, and the German.
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Share your condolences, send flowers, find funeral home information. Guestbook provided by Neptune Society of Northern California - BelmontDignity. Nicole Lynn KULP. Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. – Jul 2, Plant Memorial Trees Opens send flowers url in a new window. "A Quest for Parity: The Octavius V.
Catto Memorial" was uvneiled on the southwest corner of Philadelphia City Hall in Catto was a scholar, educator, Civil Rights activist, and athlete.
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All of our used books sell for 50% off the listed price. Customers bringing in books for trade will receive 20% of the cover price (maximum trade credit given $) in trade credit to use towards the purchase of used books.
New books sell for 20% off the cover price. We offer a New Book Club Card. Purchase 12 new books; get 1 free. A plan for a school or an establishment similar to that at Ackworth, in Yorkshire, Great Britain varied to suit the circumstances of the youth within the limits of the Yearly-meeting for Pennsylvania and New Jersey: introduced with the sense of Friends in New England, on the subject of education; and an account of some schools in Great Britain.
Pennsylvania was also part of the Fourth Naval District, extending from Barnegat Light, New Jersey to Chincoteague Inlet in Virginia, including Delaware Bay and the Delaware River.
The exact number of Pennsylvanians who served in the Navy is not known, but it is estimated that from Philadelphia alone, 10, men and women served. New Jersey is renowned for its historic museums and sites to behold.
Jersey City is the location of Liberty State Park, where ferries embark for nearby Ellis Island. New Jersey’s coastal region hosts exquisite beach hotels of great architectural design, in which visitors and guests can lodge and relax after a long day of touring the state.
Here are the best things to do in New Jersey.Delaware's preeminence in corporate law, bankruptcy, and intellectual property, combined with the Law School's influential presence in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, give students abundant opportunities for clerkships, externships, pro bono experiences, and permanent employment after graduation.Promoting the vision, the voice, and the value of black business ownership in the Delaware Valley.
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