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Title:
The battle of principles; a study of the heroism and eloquence of the anti-slavery conflict
Author:
Hillis, Newell Dwight, 1858-1929.
Publication Information:
New York : Fleming H. Revell Company [1912]

[©1912]
Physical Description:
334 pages ; 19 cm
General Note:
"Originally published in 1912."
Language:
English
Contents:
Rise of American slavery: growth of the traffic.--Webster and Calhoun: the battle line in array.--Garrison and Phillips: anti-slavery agitation.--Charles Sumner: the appeal to educated men.--Horace Greeley: the appeal to the common people.--Harriet Beecher Stowe; John Brown: the conflict precipitated.--Lincoln and Douglas: influence of the great debate.--Reasons for secession: southern leaders.--Henry Ward Beecher: the appeal to England.--Heroes of battle: American soldiers and sailors.--The life of the people at home who supported the soldiers at the front.--Abraham Lincoln: the martyred President.
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Book

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