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                                          No.940(April 10, 2020)  
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On April 10, 1866, philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh founds the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."
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On This Day in American History
On April 10, 1866, philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh founds the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Bergh first became concerned for animals while serving as a diplomat in Russia where he saw peasants beating horses. On his way back from Russia, he stopped in England and visited the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in London in 1865 and was determined to create something similar in the U.S. Today, the group boasts well over one million members.

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On April 10, 1866, philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh founds the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Bergh first became concerned for animals while serving as a diplomat in Russia where he saw peasants beating horses. On his way back from Russia, he stopped in England and visited the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in London in 1865 and was determined to create something similar in the U.S. Today, the group boasts well over one million members.
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                                           "ASPCA-HISTORY"

On April 10, 1866, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is founded in New York City by philanthropist and diplomat Henry Bergh, 54.

In 1863, Bergh had been appointed by President Abraham Lincoln to a diplomatic post at the Russian court of Czar Alexander II. It was there that he was horrified to witness work horses beaten by their peasant drivers. En route back to America, a June 1865 visit to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in London awakened his determination to secure a charter not only to incorporate the ASPCA but to exercise the power to arrest and prosecute violators of the law.

Back in New York, Bergh pleaded on behalf of “these mute servants of mankind” at a February 8, 1866, meeting at Clinton Hall. He argued that protecting animals was an issue that crossed party lines and class boundaries. “This is a matter purely of conscience; it has no perplexing side issues,” he said. “It is a moral question in all its aspects.” The speech prompted a number of dignitaries to sign his “Declaration of the Rights of Animals.”

Bergh’s impassioned accounts of the horrors inflicted on animals convinced the New York State legislature to pass the charter incorporating the ASPCA on April 10, 1866. Nine days later, the first effective anti-cruelty law in the United States was passed, allowing the ASPCA to investigate complaints of animal cruelty and to make arrests.

Bergh was a hands-on reformer, becoming a familiar sight on the streets and in the courtrooms of New York. He regularly inspected slaughter houses, worked with police to close down dog- and rat-fighting pits and lectured in schools and to adult societies. In 1867, the ASPCA established and operated the nation’s first ambulance for horses.


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