Martin Delany

Standard Name: Delany, Martin


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Friends, Associates Mary Ann Shadd Cary
Mary Ann Shadd developed a friendly relationship with Frances E. W. Harper , and a sometimes cordial, sometimes antagonistic, relationship with Frederick Douglass and Martin Delany on her lecture tours, through her work as editor...
Literary responses Mary Ann Shadd Cary
Martin Delany praised the pamphlet in his book The Condition, Elevation, Emigration and Destiny of the Colored People of the United States, 1852, calling it an excellent introduction to a great subject, fraught with...
Occupation Mary Ann Shadd Cary
In 1857 or soon afterwards The Provincial Freeman collapsed,
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
and MASC returned to teaching, this time at a school in Chatham founded by her sister-in-law Amelia Freeman Shadd . She also wrote articles for American...
Residence Mary Ann Shadd Cary
Shadd travelled to Toronto in early September 1851 to act as secretary at a convention on emigration and the repercussions of the Fugitive Slave Act, where she met the emigrationists Martin Delany and Henry Bibb


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