A Yankee in Canada: with Anti-slavery and reform papers
The first part of this book describes a trip to Canada. The second part comprises Slavery in Massachusetts; Prayers; Civil Disobedience; A Plea for Captain John Brown; Paradise (to be) Regained; Herald of Freedom; Thomas Carlyle & His Works; Life without Principle; Wendel Phillips before the Concord Lyceum; the Last Days of John Brown.
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