From Ohio History Central
The Friends Yearly Meeting House in Mt. Pleasant. The presence of The Society of Friends (the colloquial term for them being Quakers) in Ohio dates back over 200 years. They became well known for their strict disapproval of slavery in addition to their belief in pacifism. They were also known for their assistance of runaways fleeing their owners in the slave states, and their respect for American Indians.
Ohio Historical Society, State Archives Series 6560 AV; Box 7, AL06838
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