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William Burr

Willam Burr, the anit-slavery editor of Dover NH's radical "Morning Star" newspaper, lived to see his lifelong dream of emancipation come true. He died the following year and is buried in Dover.

©1998 SeacoastNH.com
From "The Life of Willam Burr" printed in 1871
Engraving courtesy of Ed Wentworth



Home of The Morning Star

Home of "The Morning Star" Dover, NH's 19th century anti-slavery newspaper as it appeared in 1868. An engraving of the Freewill Baptist Printing Establishment from "Free Baptist Cyclopaedia," published in 1889. This building stood on Washington Street at the junction of Locust in Dover, NH. It was torn down in 1970 to create a parking lot.

© 1998 SeacoastNH.com
Picture courtesy Ed Wentworth

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