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Daniel R. Goodloe letter


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Abolitionist Daniel R. Goodloe (1814-1902) was a journalist and Republican politician from North Carolina. He published the anti-slavery tract

Southern Platform in 1858. Previously he wrote the pamphlet, Inquiry into the Causes which have Retarded the Accumulation of Wealth in the Southern States (1848).

International League of Antiquarian Booksellers. (accessed March 18, 2009).

This autograph letter (signed) from abolitionist Daniel R. Goodloe was sent from Washington, D.C., on June 17, 1857, to an unidentified recipient. The letter regards acceptance of a religious fund collected by abolitionists and its use by the Unitarian Society "for the support of a pro-slavery gospel," as well as the politics of slavery within the church.

Box 57, F0841: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.

Purchase, February 2009.

Processed and encoded by Anita Wellner, March 2009. Further encoded by George Apodaca, October 2015.

University of Delaware Library Special Collections
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University of Delaware Library, Special Collections
Finding Aid Date
2009 March 18
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Daniel R. Goodloe letter, 1857 June 17.
Box 57 Folder F0841
Physical Description

1 item (4 p.)

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