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John Gorham Palfrey and the New England Conscience

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674281608

Publication Date: 01/01/1963

337 pages


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  • 1. The Child
  • 2. The Student
  • 3. Liberal Theology
  • 4. Brattle Street
  • 5. Dean Palfrey
  • 6. The North American
  • 7. The State House
  • 8. A Practicing Abolitionist
  • 9. Conscience and Judgment
  • 10. “He Knows Nothing About Politicks”
  • 11. Down with Old Zack
  • 12. Trial by Stalemate
  • 13. Defeat
  • 14. Political Twilight and the Puritan Past
  • 15. War Against the Slave Power
  • 16. The Celebrated New Englander
  • Manuscript Collections Cited
  • Palfrey’s Books and Pamphlets
  • Notes
  • Index

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