• Boston Abolitionist Francis Jackson's Autographed Copy Of City Address

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    FRANCIS JACKSON (1789-1861) was an abolitionist in Boston, MA. He was affiliated with the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, the American Anti-Slavery Society and the Boston Vigilance Committee. He also worked for the South Cover Corporation, which filled in Boston’s South End in the 1830s.


    Offering his autograph on a copy of “An Address to the Board of Alderman and Members of the Common Council of Boston on the Organization of the City Government, At Faneuil Hall, May 1, 1824, By Josiah Quincy, Mayor of the City.”  5 ¾ x 9 ½, 22 pp.


    Foxing to the cover. Light toning.


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