Congressman Arthur Livermore, son of N.H.'s revered revolutionary, Samuel Livermore, asked his colleagues in the U.S. House, " How long will the desire for wealth render us blind to the sin of holding both the bodies and souls of our fellow men in chains?" Arthur Livermore, a fervent abolitionist at work...
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State House, the statue of famous abolitionist, John Hale, points accusingly at the statue of New Hampshire's only President, Franklin Pierce, Hale, berating Pierce for supporting the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska act which prospectively permitted westward expansion of slavery. Pierce lost all popularity in New Hampshire as a result of bending to pro-slavery forces...