Quaker Leader William Penn Holds Abolitionist Meetings Hot

Quaker Leader William Penn Holds Abolitionist Meetings

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Quaker leader William Penn begins a series of monthly meetings for blacks advocating emancipation from slavery.

William Penn is not himself an abolitionist — he owns slaves and trades slaves. He does, however, advocate for slaves being treated well and supports those wishing to be free.

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