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(7 x 12), some toning and signs of wear, heavy horizontal crease fold with a small tear in the center, otherwise Good condition. This government was designed to be temporary, but was in place until June 2, 1784, when another constitution was adopted.
John Langdon (1741-1819) was a delegate to Continental Congress from New Hampshire, 1775-76, 1787; served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War; President of New Hampshire, 1785-86; 1788-89; member, U. This one was amended in 1792, with no further changes made until 1852 44.
20 documents & artifacts from The Freeman Institute Black History Collection were showcased.
More items from the Collection are exhibited behind the walls. Document signed by MARTIN DELANY, Trial Justice in Charleston, South Carolina, 1877. African American intellectual Martin Robinson Delany (1812-1885), a journalist, physician, army officer, politician, and judge, is best known for his promotion before the Civil War of a national home in Africa for African Americans.
When Delany returned to the United States, however, the Civil War was in progress and prospects of freedom for African Americans were brighter.
President Abraham Lincoln appointed him as a major in the infantry in charge of recruiting all-African American Union units.
He also oversaw its recasting after it cracked during its first ringing.
Norris was a Quaker and a merchant who is known to have traded in slaves from the West Indies. Handwritten letter from Joseph Barrell to John Langdon (June 15th, 1778) -- Joseph Barrell (1793-1804), was a prominent Boston area merchant, fur-trader and owned the first ship to circumnavigate the globe.
Freeman is the keynote speaker at many Black History presentations and cross-cultural competency training events around the world.However, there was a slide in the lantern that advertises slides by Harback & Co. The glass slide says: Lately imported from Antigua and to be sold by Edward Jones in Isaac Norriss Alley A parcel of likely Negro women and girls from thirteen to age and twenty years of age and have all had the Small-Pox Two very likely Negro boys." There is a bit of irony here.