Benjamin Lundy Historical Marker

Address: 223 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN
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From 1822-24, Lundy, a Quaker, published the Genius of Universal Emancipation, a paper devoted to the abolition of slavery. He also published a weekly paper, the Economist and Political Recorder. After 1824, the Genius was published in Baltimore.

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