1804, Jan 111843, Sep 14
an abolitionist printer, publisher, and bookseller in Boston, Massachusetts. He is remembered primarily for his collaboration with William Lloyd Garrison in printing and publishing The Liberator newspaper. He also co-founded the New England Anti-Slavery Society. His printing office was located on Congress Street (circa 1831) and then on Cornhill. In 1837, the address of the Boston office of the American Anti-Slavery Society was Knapp's address. In later years of the 1830s he ceased printing books, used other printers, and turned his printing office into a bookstore.
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