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Slavery and Reform
While New Englanders led the call for the abolition of slavery, much of our wealth derived from slavery. Hear the call for freedom and feel the intricate web of economic responsibilities in the wealthy homes of seaport captains, the bustling factories turning cotton into cloth and in the fiery rhetoric of abolitionist newspapers published "within sight of Bunker Hill and the birth place of liberty."
Slavery and Reform includes the following institutions and a brief description of their program offerings.