John Hossack

John Hossack John Hossack (December 6, 1806 — November 8, 1891) was a Scottish-American abolitionist whose home, John Hossack House, was a "station" on the Underground Railroad. He gained notoriety in 1860 when he was tried and convicted for violating the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 by helping Jim Gray, an African American, avoid slave catchers. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Speech of John Hossack convicted of a violation of the Fugitive slave law : before Judge Drummond, of the United States District Court, Chicago, Ill.

    Published 1860
    Other Authors: “…Hossack, John, 1806-1891…”
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