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The Emancipator was an American newspaper founded in 1819 by Elihu Embree, the son of a Quaker minister, as the Manumission Intelligencier, and was an abolitionist newspaper in Jonesborough, Tennessee.
The editor was Theodore Dwight Weld.
- In 1845 in Boston (Mass.) a newspaper was founded, by Hiram Cummings, lasting up to 1848
- In 1835 in New York City a newspaper was founded, by R.G. Williams, lasting up to 1841 
- Vaughn, Stephen L. (editor) Encyclopedia of American Journalism (Routledge, 2009) p. 4
- Mielnik, Tara Mitchell (1 January 2010). "The Emancipator". Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture. University of Tennessee Press. Retrieved 23 January 2014.
- "About The emancipator. (Boston [Mass.]) 1845-1848". Retrieved 2017-08-16.
- "About The emancipator".
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