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Samuel Joseph May (1797–1871)

May, Samuel Joseph. A noted American reformer; born at Boston, Sept. 12, 1797; died at Syracuse, NY, July 1, 1871. He was a Unitarian minister, his longest settlement being at Syracuse (1845–68). One of the first and stanchest abolitionists, his best-known publication was ‘Recollections of the Antislavery Conflict’ (1869).