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George Bradburn

Born: Mar 4, 1806

Death: Jul 26, 1880

Birthplace: Attleboro

Nationality: United States

George Bradburn

Date of Birth : Mar 4, 1806
Date of Death : Jul 26, 1880
Birth Place : Attleboro

George Bradburn was an American politician and Unitarian minister in Massachusetts known for his support for abolitionism and women's rights. He attended the 1840 conference on Anti-Slavery in London where he made a stand against the exclusion of female delegates. In 1843 he was with Frederick Douglass on a lecture tour in Indiana when they were attacked. Lydia Maria Child wrote with regard to his work on anti-slavery that he had " a high place among the tried and true."

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  • Lydia Barnard
  • Frances Parker
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