Independent Historian

Julia Henning Larsen has lived in Washington State almost her entire life. She got her bachelors degree in political science and minored in African studies at the University of Washington, Seattle. She loves learning about other cultures and backgrounds. She always wanted to help people so later went back to the University of Washington, Seattle to get her masters in Special Education. She has been teaching ever since.

Theodore Sedgwick Wright (ca. 1797-1847)

Theodore Sedgwick Wright, prominent clergyman, antislavery leader, and reformer was thought to have been born in New Jersey in 1797.  He attended the New York African Free School. With the help of New York Governor Dewitt Clinton, Arthur Tappan, and others he enrolled in the … Read MoreTheodore Sedgwick Wright (ca. 1797-1847)