Noble, Linnaeus P
Noble, Linnaeus P.
an eminent antislavery leader and reformer, was born in Fayetteville, N. Y., in 1802. Early in life he espoused the antislavery cause., and was identified with the labors of Gerritt Smith, James G. Birney, Beriah Green, and other earnest workers in that cause. He was first publisher and one of the founders of the National Era, an antislavery journal published at Washington, D. C. He was also engaged in the temperance reform; and every reform of a civil, moral, or social character found in him a cordial supporter. He died Jan. 26, 1873, in Fayetteville, N. Y. See Appleton's Annual Cyclop. 1873, p. 560.