A sermon entitled" Lucretia Mott Washington City, 1843." It was in an envelope on which my ancestor had written "Sermon given by Lucretia Mott, Salem, Ohio 1843." Salem,Ohio was an important nexus on the Underground Railroad and my ancestors were Quakers. The front is scrunched. It is about 5"3" and made of paper.
It was given to me by my grandmother who got it from her cousin, Lavinia Coppock Gilfillian. There were two Coppock brothers who were with John Brown at Harper's Ferry.
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