American Addresses of Joseph H. Choate

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2005 - Literary Collections - 384 pages
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1911. A collection of speeches delivered by Joseph H. Choate, American lawyer and diplomat and nephew of Rufus Choate, American lawyer and Congressman. Choate writes in the preface: This volume of addresses, delivered at various times and places in America and intended as a companion book to that which I published last year containing addresses delivered by me in Great Britain, hardly requires any extended preface or explanation. Ranging through a period of nearly fifty years, from 1864 to 1911, they recall for the most part events and associations with which I was closely connected, and men whom I greatly honored and loved, and so in a way they form a part of my own life.

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