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Personal Recollections Of John G. Whittier

by Claflin, Mary B.

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10522822M
ISBN 100548206155
ISBN 109780548206157
OCLC/WorldCa179778785

A book concerning John 's Baptism, Elias Smith 's Universalism. The best description of Whittier 's personal bearing at that time is given by one who was then a friend and associate of his younger sister, Poems written during the Progress of the Abolition Question in the United States, between the years and , by John G. Whittier. Personal: Whittier's Personal Appearance Described by Frederika Bremer, Geo. W. Bungay, David A. Wasson, and others. Incident of his Kind-heartedness to a Stranger. Dom Pedro II. and Whittier at Mrs. John T. Sargent's Reception. Letter to Mrs. Sargent. Humor. Love of Children. Offices of Dignity and Honor.

Whittier’s Autobiography Written in letter form, May , and privately printed to meet the many demands on him for biographical information. Whittier Road Haverhill, MA [email protected] () failed, when I returned to Massachusetts. The. There were at least six of us—Beriah Green, Evan Lewis, Eppingham L. Capron, Lewis Tappan, John G. Whittier, and myself—sitting around a richly furnished parlor, gravely arguing, by turns, with the wealthy occupant, to persuade him that it was his duty to come and be the most prominent one in a meeting of men already denounced as.

  The Dial/Volume From Wikisource. Claflin () wrote three volumes on the New England scene and Personal Recollections of John G. Whittier (New York, ). Governor Claflin (—) was like Whittier ardently anti-slavery; he was a trustee of Claflin University, a Negro institution in South Carolina.


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