Jeremiah Hacker Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of correspondence, mostly addressed to "Brother Hacker" from various sources, and miscellaneous poems.
- Creation: Feb. 10, 1852 - May 11, 1892
- Hacker, Jeremiah, 1801-1895 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Jeremiah Hacker (1801-1895) was a missionary, reformer, and writer active primarily in Maine. He published two newspapers, The Pleasure Boat and The Chariot of Wisdom and Love, and advocated for pacifism, vegetarianism, anarchy, women's rights, temperance, environmentalism, and animal rights. He also advocated against organized religion, total alcohol prohibition, slavery, quack doctors, land monopolies, and prisons, eventually opening the country's third reform school for juvenile offenders.
0.2 Linear Feet (1 slim archival box)
Language of Materials
This collection consists of correspondence, mostly addressed to Jeremiah Hacker and frequently in a religious context, as well as several poems.
Correspondence are arranged in chronological order followed by the poems.
- Frances C. Cannon
- Nov. 2022
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