Arthur Tappan

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United States abolitionist (1786-1865)


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Beecher was well-known and brought prestige to the school; he was theologically progressive and positive about frontier revivalism; and, most importantly, Arthur Tappan was ready to pledge a great deal of money to Lane if Beecher were president.
Arthur Tappan Pierson (1837-1911) was one of the most important figures in the expansion of the American Protestant missionary enterprise in the late nineteenth century.
Invited were Thomas Shipley, Charles Pierce, Benjamin Lundy, William Lloyd Garrison, Arthur Tappan and Simeon S.
Arthur Tappan, one of the speakers at the Convention of 1831, was subsequently elected as this organization's first president.
When pastor of his second church, the Laight Street Presbyterian, amongst his congregation were Arthur Tappan and the Rev.
Forging a Link: Arthur Tappan, the Lane Seminary and the Oberlin Collegiate Institute
As president of the American Anti-Slavery Society, Arthur Tappan was no doubt aware of the New Hampshire academy through his association with many of the individuals involved with it.
Arthur Tappan founded Journal of Commerce in New York City.