Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, “Slave Arrested in Harrisburgh [Harrisburg], Pa.,” April 4, 1859

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“Slave Arrested in Harrisburgh [Harrisburg], Pa.,” Milwaukee (WI) Sentinel, April 4, 1859, p. 1: 6.
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Slave Arrested in Harrisburgh, Pa.
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Slave Arrested in Harrisburgh [Harrisburg], Pa.

HARRISBURGH, PA.. April 2 – P.M.

U.S. Marshal Jenkins arrested a negro in Market place this morning, supposed to be a fugitive slave. Intense excitement ensured, but the officers succeeded in getting him off to Philadelphia.

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