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February 5, 2013 4:02 PM

Tom Eblen: Abolitionist's hatred of slavery began in Lexington

When the Marquis de Lafayette visited Lexington in May 1825, during his celebrated national tour, Lewis Hayden, a slave child of 13, slipped away from his chores long enough to try to catch a glimpse of the French hero of the American Revolution.

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