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Text:"..., by the name of Ruth Moses. It was the custom then, as now, for the slave to take the surname of his master, and the father of Paul was, I conclude, known as CuffeeSlocum. But Paul, with the spirit of a freeman..."
Date:1858
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"..., by the name of Ruth Moses. It was the custom then, as now, for the slave to take the surname of his master, and the father of Paul was^ I conclude, known as CuffeeSlocum. But Paul, with the spirit of a freeman..."
Date:1858
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Cuffe Quaben Wainer Wayner in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:1757 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 4 more siblings
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Wortham Jr Web Site, managed by George Hugh Wortham Jr
Birth:1757 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 4 more siblings
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Cuffe _ Wainer (Wayner) Tree in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:Day Month 1759 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 12 more siblings
Wife:Name of wife
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Naomi Cuffe and names of 6 more children
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Cuffe _ Wainer (Wayner) Tree in George Wortham, managed by George Wortham Jr
Birth:Day Month 1759 - Place
Death:Day Month 1817 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:David Cuffe Slocum and names of 12 more siblings
Wife:Name of wife
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Naomi Cuffe and names of 6 more children
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Text:"...DISCOURSE ON CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. JtLLL around us is crumbling to ruins. The globe totters on the brink of fate. The sun and moon, with all the lesser lights of the firmament, are about..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. 27 one that is qualified to fill his place? Oh! why was he not longer spared? For bleeding Africs sake why was not the mortal shaft warded from his bosom, and lodged..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. II acquaintance, an exalted opinion of his worth, which time and a more thorough knowledge of him has served to heighten and confirm, I cannot but regret my inability to present..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., and worn as a sacred treasure ever near to the heart. Such an one was PaulCuffee, the son of a poor African, whom the hand of unfeeling avarice had dragged from home and connexions, and consigned..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... care. You should now supply the place of PaulCuffee. Your exertions may have much influence over those important measures, which are now in agitation about colonizing the coloured people..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. 16 neighbourhood and the family. And, even on his voyages, when opportunity would admit, he employed himself in imparting to those under him a knowledge of this invaluable..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...• AITAIN PAULCUFFEE. 13 more distant places, and in articles requiring a larger capital ; and thus, in the process of time he became owner of one brig, afterwards of two, then he added a ship..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. 21 thus occasioned, instead of being suffered to damp his ardor, was improved by him to the maturing of his plans, and extending his correspondence, which already embraced some..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. 19 ing in all his plans, gave him authority to carry over from the United States a few coloured persons of good character, to instruct the colonists in agriculture..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...A BISCOURSE DELIVERED ON Tlie DEATH of Capt. PAULCUFFEE, BEFORE The New- York African Institution., IN The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church* OCTOBER 21, 1817. By PETER WILLIAMS, Jim. A MAN..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of justice and humanity over prejudice and oppression, not only the coloured people of Massachusetts, but every advocate of correct principle, owes a tribute of respect and gratitude to John and PaulCuffee..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CAPTAIN PAULCUFFEE. 29 Moreover, brethren, he was our friend. Let lis not then hastily condemn a measure to which every fibre of his heart clung, and from which it could only be separated..."
Date:Between 1759 and 1817
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Wells- ville spent Sunday at Victor Kel- logg's. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Slocum and son of Franklinville were guests at PaulSlocum's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris and Mrs. Acher and daughter Mabel were..."
Date:Apr 15 1937
Publication:Salamanca, New York, United States of America