Stone Collection: Volume 16 - Item 10
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10. Nathaniel Hall, The Moral Significance of the Contrasts between Slavery and Freedom: A Discourse Preached in the First Church, Dorchester, May 10, 1864 (Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co., 1864). (15 p.)
Sermon comparing the relative prosperity of the North with the cultural and economic poverty of the South by a pastor who had been detained by Confederate authorities in Tennessee and transported through several Southern states as an unwilling tourist. Observations during his travels form the basis of this discourse.