Identification: MSS 099, F841
Creator: Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel Reaves), 1814-1902.
Title: Daniel R. Goodloe letter
Inclusive Dates: 1857 June 17
Extent: 1 item (4 p.)
Abstract: This autograph letter (signed) from abolitionist Daniel R. Goodloe was sent from Washington, D.C., on June 17, 1857, to an unidentified receipient.
Language: Materials entirely in English.
MSS 099, F841, Daniel R. Goodloe letter, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.
F841: Shelved in SPEC MSS 099 manuscript boxes
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Purchase, February 2009.
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Abolitionist Daniel R. Goodloe (1814–1902) was a journalist and Republican politician from North Carolina. He published the anti-slavery tract Southern Platform in 1858. Previously he wrote the pamphlet, Inquiry into the Causes which have Retarded the Accumulation of Wealth in the Southern States (1848).
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This autograph letter (signed) from abolitionist Daniel R. Goodloe was sent from Washington, D.C., on June 17, 1857, to an unidentified recipient. The letter regards acceptance of a religious fund collected by abolitionists and its use by the Unitarian Society "for the support of a pro-slavery gospel," as well as the politics of slavery within the church.
Daniel R. Goodloe letter, 1857 June 17 [Box 57 F841]
1 item (4 p.)