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John Jay Chapman (March 2, 1862 – November 4, 1933) was an American author. Chapman was born in New York City on March 2, 1862. He was the son of Henry Grafton Chapman Jr. (1833–1883), a broker who became president of the New York Stock Exchange, and Eleanor Kingsland Jay (1839–1921). His paternal grandmother, Maria Weston Chapman, was one of the leading campaigners against slavery and worked with William Lloyd Garrison on The Liberator.
John Bishop Estlin asks Maria Weston Chapman for a brief sketch of a few words of the history of the American & Foreign Anti-Slavery Society "from the separation in 1840 to the present time. John Bishop Estlin's opponent, Mr. Young, "as undergone an influence that may be correctly termed Scobleism, & is fully possessed with the belief that 'Am. & For. . So. is an efficient instrumentality. However, this "Scobleizing" has not made him a hater of Garrison.
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Letters and Religion. In John Jay Chapman and his Letters, De Wolfe Howe (e., Houghton Mifflin Company, 1937.
John Jay Chapman (1862-03-02)March 2, 1862 New York City, New York. Lucian, Plato and Greek Morals. New Horizons in American Life. "The relationship between Chapman's writings and his family history received more attention at midcentury. Chapman's grandmother was an ardent abolitionist and colleague of William Lloyd Garrison.