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History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue

Jacob R. Shipherd

History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue

by Jacob R. Shipherd

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Published by J. P. Jewett and company, Sheldon and Company in Boston, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • Oberlin-Wellington Rescue, 1858,
  • Fugitive slaves -- United States

  • About the Edition

    The arrest of John, a fugitive slave of John G. Bacon of Kentucky, residing in Oberlin O., and his release from the hands of the officers by a number of citizens

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesOberlin-Wellington rescue
    Statementcomp. by Jacob R. Shipherd. With an introduction by Prof. Henry E. Peck and Hon. Ralph Plumb
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 80503
    ContributionsPlumb, Ralph, 1816-1903, Peck, Henry E. 1821-1867, Bushnell, Simeon
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 280 p.
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14641427M

      The impact of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue of was felt in the following years. Ohio Governor Salmon Chase, who had been a leading contender as a potential Republican presidential candidate in , lost favor politically because he was deemed too radical after he supported the Oberlin : Southeast Messenger.   Strength in “Ober-litionionism” The epic, community-led rescue of former slave John Price demonstrated the city of Oberlin’s undying commitment to .

    history of the oberlin-wellington rescue. view of the jail at cleveland, ohio, where the prisoners were confined. compiled by jacob r. shipherd. with an introduction by prof. henry e. peck, and hon. ralph plumb. boston: published by john p. jewett and company. cleveland, ohio: henry p. b. jewett. new york: sheldon and company. The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue: Oberlin and Wellington residents rescue a fugitive slave, John Price, who has been recaptured by federal marshals enforcing the Fugitive Slave laws. After the "Rescue," Price escapes to Canada, but many of the "Rescuers" are jailed, spending up to ten months in prison.

    Category: History. Page: View: It has long been argued that the Allies did little or nothing to rescue Europe's Jews. Arguing that this has been consistently misinterpreted, The Myth of Rescue states that few Jews who perished could have been saved by . The Oberlin College Archives houses a diverse collection of materials related to the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue, the people who participated in it, and the role Oberlin played in the history of abolitionism and antislavery in the United States. Top: View of the Oberlin Collegiate Institute and First Church, c.


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History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue by Jacob R. Shipherd Download PDF EPUB FB2

The arrest of John, a fugitive slave of John G. Bacon of Kentucky, residing in Oberlin, Ohio, and his release from the hands of the officers by a number of citizens. A digital reproduction made from a copy held by the University of Michigan is available from the University of Michigan's Making of America Web site.

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries.

It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through. The OBERLIN-WELLINGTON RESCUE concerned a former slave, John Price, who had escaped from his owner, John G.

Bacon. He fled to Oberlin, OH, a center of ABOLITIONISM prior to the CIVIL WAR and a depot on the Underground Railroad to Canada. Price lived there peacefully for 2 years until he was recognized by a neighbor of his former master. Bacon sent a slave. A history of the Rescue under "19th century Oberlin," from the Oberlin Heritage Center's website.

The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue monument, dedicated inis located in Oberlin's King Park. ARCHIVAL RESOURCES. Oberlin-Wellington Rescue related sources within the Oberlin College Archives can be found among many subject files as well as in the.

Get this from a library. History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue. [Jacob R Shipherd; Ralph Plumb; Henry E Peck;] -- The arrest of John, a fugitive slave of John G. Bacon of Kentucky, residing in Oberlin, Ohio, and his release from the hands of the officers by a number of citizens.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shipherd, Jacob R. (Jacob Rudd), History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue. New York, Negro Universities Press [].

Roland Baumann is an archivist and a history professor, bringing strong control over the source material and analytical rigor to his booklet, The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue: A g Baumann's crisp, declarative style and precise endnotes was refreshing.

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Shipherd. Internet Archive BookReader History of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue. Sept. 13, Oberlin Wellington Rescue Eighteen-year-old John Price was arrested by a federal marshal in Oberlin, Ohio under the Fugitive Slave Act of This Day in History. History of the Oberlin-Wellington rescue.

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The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue: A Reappraisal written by Roland M. Baumann, Archivist and Adjunct Professor of History at Oberlin College, provides a basic narrative of the events ofwhile focusing on the underlying theme he sees as essential to the incident and the town’s reaction.

In addition, Baumann addresses the. The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue th Anniversary, A Brief History Coverage in The Oberlin Evangelist Coverage in The Cleveland Daily Herald Coverage in The Liberator For other use of Archives photographs--including reproduction in a brochure, scholarly article or book.

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by Henry E. Peck and Ralph Plumb. Monuments and Memory: History and Representation in Lowell, Massachusetts; Beyond the River: The Untold Story of the Heroes of the Underground Railroad and The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue: A Reappraisal; Houses of God: Region, Religion and Architecture in the United States and Sanctuary; Archaeological Perspectives on the American Civil War.

The Oberlin-Wellington Rescue: A Reappraisal written by Roland M. Baumann, Archivist and Adjunct Professor of History at Oberlin College, provides a basic narrative of the events ofwhile focusing on the underlying theme he sees as essential to the incident and the town’s reaction.

In addition, Baumann addresses the. HISTORY OF THE OBERLIN-WELLINGTON RESCUE by Shipherd, Jacob R. Seller Blackbird Bookshop Published Condition Good; Green boards with black speckled cloth bound to give the impression of three-quarter leather.History.

The history of Oberlin is better known than that of most American colleges. Oberlin's founders wrote voluminously and were featured prominently in the press (especially in the abolitionist newspaper The Liberator, in which the name Oberlin occurs times by ).Original documents and correspondence survive and are readily available; there is a Campus: Suburban.History of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue () is a lengthy and detailed account of the arrest of John, a fugitive slave belonging to John G.

Bacon of Kentucky who was residing in Oberlin, Ohio. John was liberated by a band Ohio citizens, led by Simeon Bushnell and Charles Langston. The two leaders were put on trial for interfering with the arrest of a fugitive slave, and the trial was.