Abolitionists Inducted to Hall of Fame

National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum

This article orginally appeared on the National Abolition Hall of Fame & Museum website.

Descendants and sponsors traveled from across New York State, as well as from California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Texas to participate in the abolition symposia and inductions of three abolitionists to the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum. (The 2020 inductions were postponed twice due to the corona virus.)

Nominated by Ted Engle, E. Wyn James, the St. David Society of Utica, Oneida County History Center, Remsen-Steuben Historical Society and the Welsh North American Association, inductee

Rev. Robert Everett of Remsen NY was celebrated by a Friday, October 21 evening of Welsh Music and Poetry. Nomination organizer Ted Engle presented Everett’s symposium on Saturday, October 22, and a large crowd of Everett descendants took the Induction stage to unveil the inductee banner of their ancestor. Read more...