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Extreme Remedies and the Charleston Mail Crisis of 1835

In the mid-1830s, abolitionists were searching for new ways to get their message to the enslavers in the South. Having already utilized the postal service to much effect, they undertook an even broader mass mailing project that sent the city of Charleston, South Carolina into a rage-filled panic. It was,

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