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Lewis Tappan papers

Lewis Tappan

Lewis Tappan papers

by Lewis Tappan

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Credit ratings,
  • American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society,
  • American Bible Society,
  • Amistad (Schooner),
  • General Anti-slavery Convention,
  • American Missionary Association,
  • Correspondence,
  • New York journal of commerce (New York, N.Y.),
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Commerce,
  • Credit bureaus,
  • Union Missionary Society (U.S.),
  • American Anti-Slavery Society,
  • Slavery,
  • History,
  • Education,
  • American missionary,
  • Religion,
  • African Americans,
  • Mercantile Agency (New York, N.Y.),
  • Liberty Party (U.S. : 1840-1848),
  • National era (Washington, D.C.)

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination5,200 15 7 10
    Number of Pages5200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25242413M
    LC Control Number75042317

    Green hopes to pass along a copy of his book [The Miscellaneous Writings of Beriah Green] and that Tappan would "say a word friendly to it." Apparently, Joshua Leavitt as editor of The Emancipator has not commented on the book and yet it has book has been well reviewed in many papers and its sale is important to the Oneida Institute. The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection. Original letters by Ralph Waldo Emerson are in a secure location in the Sophia Smith Collection; photocopies for normal use are in the Sturgis-Tappan Family Papers, although researchers may request special permission to examine the originals.

    Lewis Tappan Papers, The papers of Lewis Tappan, merchant and abolitionist, consist of correspondence, letterbooks, journals, notebooks, clippings, photocopies, notes, and miscellanea. The journals and notebooks, which date from , document Tappan’s . LEWIS TAPPAN. Lewis Tappan was the New York abolitionist who, in the opinion of John Quincy Adams, was most responsible for securing the freedom of the Africans of the ted by Connecticut abolitionists soon after the Amistad was towed into port, Tappan dedicated himself to securing high quality legal representation for the captives, raising money for their defense and provision.

    The Library of Congress Manuscripts Division has a collection of James G. Birney papers, as well as American Colonization Society papers and also many items to Birney in the Lewis Tappan collection. Broadsides: Birney, James Gillespie. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Address to the Non-Slaveholders of the South, by Lewis Tappan This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title.


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Lewis Tappan papers, Abolitionist, merchant, and publisher. Correspondence, journals, and other papers reflecting Tappan's interests in abolition, African-American education, religion, and his business ventures. Contributor: Tappan, Lewis Date: Get this from a library.

The papers of Lewis Tappan. [Lewis Tappan; Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.;] -- Correspondence, journals, and other papers reflecting Tappan's interests in abolition, African American education, religion, and his business ventures.

The collection of items spans the years. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Lewis Tappan papers by Lewis Tappan; 1 edition; Subjects: Credit ratings, American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, American Bible Society, Amistad (Schooner), General Anti-slavery Convention, American Missionary Association.

Author of The life of Arthur Tappan, A side-light on Anglo American relations,Letters respecting a book "dropped from the catalogue" of the American Sunday School Union, The life of Arthur Tappan, The war: its cause and remedy, Letter from a gentleman in Boston to a Unitarian clergyman of that city, Immediate emancipation, Lewis Tappan papers.

Lewis Tappan (), founder of the Journal of Commerce and the nation's first credit rating firm, is probably best known for his business accomplishments. His greatest achievement, however, was not finance but freedom.

In the s, he and his wealthy brother Arthur underwrote and inspired the Manhattan headquarters of the American Anti Cited by: Arthur Tappan ( – J ) was an American businessman, philanthropist and abolitionist.

He was the brother of Ohio Senator Benjamin Tappan and abolitionist Lewis Tappan, and nephew of Harvard Divinity School theologian Rev. David Tappan.: 37 He. Lewis Tappan papers, Correspondence, journals, autobiographical notes, scrapbook, and other papers reflecting Tappan's interests in abolition, African American education, religion, Lewis Tappan papers book his business ventures.

Subjects include the annexation of Texas; the slave ship Amistad (Schooner). The papers of Lewis Tappan () span the yearswith the bulk from to The collection consists of correspondence, letterbooks, journals, notebooks, clippings, photocopies, notes, and miscellaneous other Size: 49KB.

The Tappan brothers were born in Northampton, Massachusetts, into a family of 11 children. Arthur was born inand Lewis was born in Their father was a goldsmith and merchant and their mother was deeply religious.

Both Arthur and Lewis showed early aptitude in business and became merchants operating in Boston as well as Canada. Tappans Handbook of Healing Massage Techniques, 5TH EDITION on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Tappans Handbook of Healing Massage Techniques, 5TH EDITIONManufacturer: Prntic Hal;Inc., Get this from a library. Papers of Lewis Tappan, [Lewis Tappan] -- Correspondence, letter books, journals, notebooks, clippings, photocopies, notes, and miscellaneous other items of Lewis Tappan.

Journals and notebooks, -- Correspondence, Arthur and Lewis Tappan were successful businessmen and early leaders of the movement to abolish slavery in America.

Arthur Tappan was born inand Lewis Tappan was born in Both brothers were born in Northampton, Massachusetts. The men became successful businessmen in New York City.

Lewis Tappan, more than any other person, was responsible for the Supreme Court victory that eventually resulted in the Africans of the Amistad being able to sail back to their homeland in West Africa. This essay tells Tappan's story.

Essay, images. links, documents. Lewis Tappan () was a New York abolitionist who worked to achieve the freedom of the illegally enslaved Africans of the Amistad. Contacted by Connecticut abolitionists soon after the Amistad arrived in port, Tappan focused extensively on the captive Africans.4/5.

Lewis Tappan Thankfully, Lewis and his brother chose to use their money for good. Lewis formed the Friend of Amistad Africans (or simply the "Amistad") Committee in the fall ofwhich supported the case of the African slaves who rebelled aboard a ship off of.

Lewis Tappan was courageous and sincere but a naïve religious man. But he was a follower of Jesus, who made available the wealth entrusted to him to serve the cause of Christ and of freedom. In The New York Herald compared him to Judas and said he deserved to be hung. Lewis Tappan (), a wealthy merchant from a strong Calvinist family, is best known for his role in organizing the defense of Joseph Cinque in the Amistad trial.

Tappan also funded anti-slavery journals and helped to form the American Anti-Slavery Society, which he later abandoned because of his disapproval of women’s involvement in.

Lewis Tappan Papers, Manuscript Division. () The U. appealed the case to the Supreme Court where former President John Quincy Adams argued that it was the Africans, not the Cubans, who should be treated sympathetically because they were free people illegally enslaved.

The Supreme Court opinion by Justice Joseph Story on the Amistad Case. Other articles where Lewis Tappan is discussed: Amistad mutiny: New England abolitionist Lewis Tappan stirred public sympathy for the African captives, while the U.S.

government took the proslavery side. U.S. President Martin Van Buren ordered a Navy ship sent to Connecticut to return the Africans to Cuba immediately after the trial.

A candidate for reelection that year. Lewis Tappan ( - ) was a New York abolitionist who worked to achieve the freedom of the illegally enslaved Africans of the Amistad. Contacted by Connecticut abolitionists soon after the Amistad arrived in port, Tappan focused extensively on the captive s: Benjamin Tappan, Sarah Tappan.

It did not appear in that paper this week. Took a copy to the Tribune & it was inserted.” Lewis Tappan, journal entry, Jin journal for July 1, –App.The Papers of Lewis Tappan, –, microfilm, reel 2, fr.Manuscript .Lewis Tappan created the first viable credit reporting service in America. He was born in Northampton, Massachusetts in and became a merchant, first in Philadelphia, then in Boston.Author awordinseason Posted on Ma Ma Categories Glimpses of the Kingdom, God is Love, Lewis Tappan, LOVE, Our Salvation, Serving the Lord, Speaking the Truth, True Power, Word for Today Tags 1 Corinthians1 JohnA Word in Season, Brian Troxel, first love, JohnJohnJohnLewis Tappan, Love the.