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  1. 25 de mar. de 2014 · Abolitionist and civil rights activist William Lambert was born in Trenton, New Jersey in 1817, the son of a manumitted father and a freeborn mother. As a young man Lambert was educated by abolitionist Quakers.

  2. Guillén de Lampart, William Lamport, Guillén Lombardo o Lombardo de Guzmán (Wexford, Irlanda, 1611 - Ciudad de México, Nueva España, 19 de noviembre de 1659) fue un aventurero, conspirador, soldado, revolucionario y poeta místico irlandés que viajó al virreinato de Nueva España.

  3. 27 de ene. de 2016 · William Lambert and George De Baptiste, free-born black men, used the underground railroad to help slaves escape to British Canada.

  4. William Lambert (1817 – April 28, 1890) was a prominent African-American citizen and abolitionist in Detroit during the mid to late 19th century. With a formal education and a background in the anti-slavery movement from a young age he would become a significant figure in Detroit's local black community and the city at large for ...

  5. 17 de ene. de 2022 · On Jan. 17, 1886, Black abolitionist William Lambert revealed that he was part of a secret order called, “African American Mysteries: Order of the Men of Oppression.” He made the declaration in a Detroit Tribune newspaper article.

  6. He was a Black abolitionist and businessman. William Lambert was born free in Trenton, New Jersey. At least one of his parents was free at his birth. Crucial to his later success, Lambert was taken under the wing of a Quaker schoolmaster.

  7. One of the most active African American men of the time was William Lambert, who in addition to his public activities, ran a thriving tailoring and dry cleaning business. Lambert's name is prominent in many accounts of activities involving African Americans in Detroit from his arrival in 1840 to his death in 1890.