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This collection includes the Garrison family papers during the period before, during, and after the Civil War. Included is correspondence that details the domestic activities of the Garrisons, as well as manuscript poetry and letters from abolitionists Francis Jackson, Samuel J. May, Samuel Sewall, and Gerrit Smith.
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