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Atwater, Lyman H.:

DEATH DISARMED OF ITS STING. A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF THE HON. ROGER MINOTT SHERMAN, BEING THE DISCOURSE PREACHED AT HIS FUNERAL, JANUARY 2, 1845. BY LYMAN H. ATWATER, PASTOR OF THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN FAIRFIELD.

Printed by B.L. Hamlen, New Haven [CT]: 1845 20pp, disbound. Scattered spotting, else Very Good. Roger Sherman was a Superior Court Judge for the state of Connecticut. "He was among the earliest and most powerful advocates of the temperance cause. He was deeply interested in the welfare of the colored poele of this land, and their relations to the well-being of this country and of Africa. He believed the Colonization Society to be the best medium of blessing the African race in this country and their own." AI 45-324 [5].


Book Id: 22312

Price: $25.00

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