The Anti-Slavery Alphabet (15 pictures)

In 1846 a pair of Quaker sisters, Hannah and Mary Townsend, came up with an idea.  They were abolitionists and actively campaigned against domestic slavery in the United States.  They started educating young citizens and produced for this purpose a new way for the 26 letters to be taught by rote – the Anti-Slavery Alphabet.

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