- 1. Introduction: Father Boniface Hardin, host, with Sister Jane introduces the episode’s topic of the Eleutherian Institute. (00:50)
- 2. Fr. Hardin describes the location of the Eleutherian Institute and its founding. (03:19)
- 3. The hosts discuss the religious affiliation of the school. (03:55)
- 4. Fr. Hardin discusses the naming of the institute and its mission. (01:15)
- 5. Fr. Hardin describes the violent reaction to the school’s anti-slavery sentiment. (03:56)
- 6. Fr. Hardin reads a historical description of the institute’s grounds. (01:38)
- 7. The hosts speak about the Black students at the Eleutherian Institute. They focus specifically on the story of Moses Broyles. (02:26)
- 8. The hosts talk about the relationship between the institute and Franklin College. (03:21)
- 9. The hosts discuss the enrollment at Eleutherian and stories of notable students. (03:56)
- 10. The hosts discuss the downfall of the institute and compares it to that of the Union Literary Institute. (03:57)
- 11. Conclusion: Fr. Hardin concludes the session. (03:36)
- Main contributors
Hardin, Father Boniface; Sister Jane
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with Sister Jane on the Eleutherian Institute. They discuss its founding and its religious affiliation. The hosts discuss the school’s mission and violent reactions to its anti-slavery sentiment. They also discuss notable students and faculty members before describing its downfall.
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (32:08) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Other: OR 205; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001799354
This item is accessible by: the public.