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Author Councill, W. H. (William Hooper), b. 1848.
Title Synopsis of three addresses
Publication Info [Iowa? : s.n., 1900?]



Descript [21] p.
Note Title from cover.
By Prof. W.H. Councill.
"These addresses were delivered at Waterloo (Iowa) Chautauqua, July 10, 14 and 15, 1900, Spirit Lake (Iowa) Chautauqua July 11 and 12, and at the Iowa State Normal School, Cedar Falls, July 15."
Contents Building the South -- The children of the South -- Negro religion and character : no apology.
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Author Councill, W. H. (William Hooper), b. 1848.
Series Slavery, abolition & social justice.
Subject African Americans -- Southern States -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Education -- Southern States.
African Americans -- Religion.
United States -- Race relations.
Alt author Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Descript [21] p.
Note Title from cover.
By Prof. W.H. Councill.
"These addresses were delivered at Waterloo (Iowa) Chautauqua, July 10, 14 and 15, 1900, Spirit Lake (Iowa) Chautauqua July 11 and 12, and at the Iowa State Normal School, Cedar Falls, July 15."
Contents Building the South -- The children of the South -- Negro religion and character : no apology.
Author Councill, W. H. (William Hooper), b. 1848.
Series Slavery, abolition & social justice.
Subject African Americans -- Southern States -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Education -- Southern States.
African Americans -- Religion.
United States -- Race relations.
Alt author Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)

Subject African Americans -- Southern States -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Education -- Southern States.
African Americans -- Religion.
United States -- Race relations.
Descript [21] p.
Note Title from cover.
By Prof. W.H. Councill.
"These addresses were delivered at Waterloo (Iowa) Chautauqua, July 10, 14 and 15, 1900, Spirit Lake (Iowa) Chautauqua July 11 and 12, and at the Iowa State Normal School, Cedar Falls, July 15."
Contents Building the South -- The children of the South -- Negro religion and character : no apology.
Alt author Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)

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