After escaping slavery in Lexington, Lewis Hayden eventually moved to  Boston, where he became one of its most visible and militant black abolitionists.
After escaping slavery in Lexington, Lewis Hayden eventually moved to Boston, where he became one of its most visible and militant black abolitionists.
After escaping slavery in Lexington, Lewis Hayden eventually moved to Boston, where he became one of its most visible and militant black abolitionists.

Freed from slavery, Lexington's Lewis Hayden became leader for blacks in Massachusetts

February 12, 2013 10:55 AM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 01:15 PM

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