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Artists and Abolitionists: Salem's Daughters Abroad
Old Town Hall, Derby Square
Salem, MA
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Artists and Abolitionists: Salem's Daughters Abroad
5-6PM, Sunday, March 24.
Salem's historic Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square, Salem
Free but registration is required.

In celebration of Salem Women's History Day, History Alive, Inc. invites you to meet Sarah Parker Remond and hear her speech to the English about the institution of American slavery; to hear from Mary Peabody Mann about her observations of the slave plantation in Cuba and hear her plans to fight slavery; to get diagnosed by abolitionist and world-wide selling patent medicine woman, Lydia Pinkham; to hear Charlotte Forten's winning poem about abolitionist Charles Sumner. Political action songs, art making, silhouette drawing, flower pressing, and more.


Old Town Hall, Derby Square (View)
32 Derby Square
Salem, MA 01970
United States



Minimum Age: 0
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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