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Voices of abolition restored

Library highlights 19th-century sisters’ antislavery efforts

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By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / November 10, 2010

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Bostonians with a sense of history are likely to be familiar with abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. Less commonly remembered, though no less significant to the movement, are Weymouth’s Weston sisters, who formed the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society to rally for what members called “the righteous cause.’’ (Full article: 950 words)

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