Volume 4, Speaking Itinerary

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1864

13 January New York, N .Y. Cooper Institute. Woman’s Loyal League. With Oliver Johnson.

21 January Portland, Me. City Hall.

1 February Trenton, NJ. Temperance Hall.

2 February Montgomery County, Pa. Gwynned Hall.

3 February Montgomery County, Pa. Horsham Hall.

4 February Newtown, Pa.

5 February Pineville, Pa.

6 February Bucks County, Pa. Penn’s Manor. Meeting House.

10 February Boston, Mass. Tremont Temple.

11 February Portland, Me. City Hall.

10 March Peoria, 111. Rouse’s Hall. Freedmen’s Aid Committee of Peoria.

12 April Boston, Mass. Parker House. Dinner to honor JeanBaptiste Roudanez and Arnold Bertonneau of New Orleans. With John G. Palfrey, William Lloyd Garrison, James Freeman Clarke, and others.

3 May Syracuse, N.Y. Shakespeare Hall.

19 August Washington, DC. Executive Mansion. Interview with President Abraham Lincoln.

28 August Rochester, N.Y. Spring Street A. M. E. Zion Church.

4—6 October Syracuse, N.Y. Wesleyan Methodist Church and Weiting Hall. National Convention of Colored Men.

13 November Rochester, N.Y. Spring Street A. M. E. Zion Church.

17 November Baltimore, Md. Bethel A. M. E. Church. Saratoga Street. Union State Fair Association.

21 November Baltimore, Md. Baptist Church. Saratoga and Calvert streets.

22 November Baltimore, Md. Temperance Temple. North Gay Street. With Samuel M. Bowman.

24 November Washington, DC. lsrael Baptist Church.

25 November Baltimore, Md. Dallas Street Church. Benefit for church.

28 November Baltimore, Md. Colored Presbyterian Church. Madison Street. First Colored Christian Commission.

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29 November Baltimore, Md. Temperance Temple. North Gay Street. Galbreath Lyceum.

16 December Portland, Me. City Hall. Benefit for Portland Soldiers’ Home.

1865

13 January New York, N.Y. Cooper Institute. Benefit for Ladies Union Bazaar Association.

25 January Salem, Mass. Mechanic Hall. Salem Lyceum.

26—27 January Boston, Mass. The Melodeon. Massachusetts Anti- Slavery Society, annual meeting.

1 February Troy, NY. Concert Hall. Benefit for black soldiers.

16 February Philadelphia, Pa. Concert Hall. Social, Civil and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Pennsylvania.

17 February Wilmington, Del. Institute Hall.

22 February Baltimore, Md. Bethel A. M. E. Church. Saratoga Street. Benefit for Wilberforce University.

25 February Hoboken, N.J. Odd Fellows’ Hall.

16 March Albany, N.Y. Tweddle Hall. With John Sella Martin.

24 March Philadelphia, Pa. Concert Hall. Benefit for Summit Hospital School for Colored Soldiers.

4 April Boston, Mass. Faneuil Hall. With Frederick W. Lincoln, Jr., Patrick R. Guiney, Henry Wilson, Robert C. Winthrop, Thomas Russell, William H. McCartney, and Edward N. Kirk.

5 April Worcester, Mass. Mechanics Hall.

15 April Rochester, N.Y. City Hall. Memorial meeting for Abraham Lincoln. With Ezekial G. Robinson, Robert B. Claxton, and John C. Chumasero.

9 May New York, N.Y. Cooper Institute. American Freedmen’s Aid Union, anniversary meeting.

10 May New York, NY. Church of the Puritans. American Anti- Slavery Society, annual meeting.

17 May Auburn, N.Y. Corning Hall.

1 June New York, N.Y. Cooper Institute. Benefit for Lincoln Monument.

2-4 June Junius, N.Y. Friends’ Meeting House. Friends of Human Progress, annual meeting.

14 June Baltimore, Md. Colored Presbyterian Church. Madison Street.

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15 June Baltimore, Md. Sharp Street Methodist Church. Benefit for Church Parsonage Association.

1 August Brooklyn, NY. Hanft’s Myrtle Avenue Park. West Indian Emancipation celebration. With William Howard Day and James W. C. Pennington.

September Lectures in New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.

1-3 September North Collins. N.Y. Hemlock Hall. Friends of Human Progress, meeting to draft resolutions.

29 September Baltimore, Md. Douglass Institute, dedication ceremonies.

24 October Boston, Mass. Music Hall. Parker Fraternity Lecture.

29 October Boston, Mass. Tremont Temple.

1 December Boston, Mass. Twelfth Baptist Church. New England Convention of Colored Men.

12 December West Brookfield, Mass.

14 December Worcester, Mass. Mechanics’ Hall. Lyceum Library Association.

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1 January Pittsfield, Mass.

11 January Northampton, Mass. Town Hall.

19 January Burlington, Vt. City Hall. Young Men’s Association.

24 January Oswego, N.Y.

26 January Rochester, N .Y. Plymouth Church. Benefit for Kentucky freedmen.

27 January Brooklyn, N.Y. Academy of Music.

31 January New York, N.Y. Cooper Institute. Thirteenth Amendment Ratification meeting. With Martin and Theodore Tilton.

1 February Washington, D.C. Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church. National Equal Suffrage Convention.

7 February Washington, D.C. Executive Mansion. Interview of black delegation with Andrew Johnson.

8 February Philadelphia, Pa. Concert Hall. Social, Civil and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Pennsylvania.

9 February Baltimore, Md. Bethel A. M. E. Church. Saratoga Street.

13 February Washington, D.C. First Presbyterian Church. 4 1/2 Street.

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1866 (continued) Benefit for National Home Association for Colored Orphans.

c.14—l9 February Pittsburgh, Pa. 20 February late February 6 March 8 March 10 March

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3 April 4 April c. 10 April 1—3 June

6 August 4—6 September

5 September 28 September 28 September 20—21 November

13 December 15 December l8 December

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Benefit for National Home Association for

Colored Orphans.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Springfield, Ill. State House. Representatives’ Hall. Lectures in Illinois.

Alexandria, Va. Liberty Hall.

Washington, DC. Israel Church. South Capitol Street. Washington, DC. City Assembly Rooms. American Equal Suffrage Association.

Quincy, Ill.

Bloomington, Ill.

Springfield, Ill. State House. Representatives’ Hall. Springfield, Ill. State House. Representatives’ Hall. Jacksonville, Ill. Illinois College.

Junius, N.Y. Friends’ Meeting House. Friends of Human Progress, annual meeting.

Rochester, NY. City Hall. With Henry Highland Garnet and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Philadelphia, Pa. Southern Loyalists’Convention. Union League House.

Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania Square.

Pittsburgh, Pa. New City Park. With James Redpath. Pittsburgh, Pa. City Hall.

Albany, NY. Tweddle Hall. American Equal

Rights Association.

Bennington, Vt.

Hoboken, NJ. Odd Fellows’ Hall.

Boston, Mass. Parker Fraternity Lecture.

1867 Boston, Mass. Tremont Temple. Emancipation Proclamation celebration. With William Wells Brown, Edwin Thompson, Edward H. Uniach, Henry D. Woodworth, and Amasa Walker. Philadelphia, Pa. National Hall. Social, Civil and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Philadelphia. Rochester, NY. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mozart Hall. St. Louis, Mo. Tumer’s Hall. St. Louis, Mo. Tumer’s Hall.

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11 February 14 February

28 February 16 March

23 March

2 April 9— 10 May

3 June 20—21 June

4 July 1 August

14 August 23 October 25 October 7 November 8 November 18 November 19 November

20 November 21 November 22 November 25—26 November 29 November 3 December 4 December 11 December 12 December 13 December 16 December 17 December 18 December 19 December 20 December 23 December

Laporte, Mo. Lansing, Mich. State Capitol. House of Representatives. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Winona, Minn. Philharmonic Hall. Young Men’s Library Association. Chicago, 111. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Clark Street. Cincinnati, Ohio. New York, NY. Church of the Puritans. American Equal Rights Association, annual meeting. Lockport, N.Y. Indianapolis, Ind. Morrison’s Opera Hall. Benefit for A. M. E. Church. Portsmouth, Va. Court House. Watkins, N.Y. With Charles Lenox Remond and Perry Downs, Douglass’s brother. Penn Yan, N.Y. Bush’s Hall.

Newark. N]. Central Methodist Episcopal Church. Montclair, NJ.

Williamsport, Pa. Doebler’s Hall.

Williamsport, Pa. Doebler’s Hall.

Springfield, Ohio.

Dayton, Ohio. Tumer’s Opera House. Young Men’s Reading Room Association.

Delaware, Ohio.

Akron, Ohio.

Erie, Pa. Farrar Hall. Young Men’s Association. Scranton, Pa.

Lambertville, NJ.

Lynn, Mass. Lyceum Lecture.

Salem, Mass.

Westborough, Mass.

Taunton, Mass.

Meriden, Conn.

Birmingham, Conn.

Chicopee, Mass. Christian Young Men of Chicopee. Watertown, Mass.

New London, Conn.

Marlborough, Mass.

Malden, Mass.

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