Hutchinson Family Singers

Well over a century before the “protest singers” and rock music of the 1960s, one rural New Hampshire family became internationally famous for their potent blend of politics, harmony, and courage. Discover the story behind the anti-slavery songs of Milford’s Hutchinson Family Singers…

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Color portrait of the Hutchinson Family Singers of Milford, NH:

[ Judson | Abby | John | Asa ]

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Asa is holding his touring journal (see Cockrell’s “Excelsior” >>).

Drawn after the 1843 lithograph cover to “The Old Granite State”:

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