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Antislavery sermon speaking against allowing slavery in Nebraska.
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Special Collections E449 .T476
Ivison & Phinney
slavery, sermons, antislavery literature, Nebraska
Religion | United States History
Thompson, Joseph P., "No Slavery in Nebraska. The Voice of God Against National Crime" (1854). Special Collections. 59.