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Heroes of peace Heroes of peace.
LCC: E176 .H55 (Source: dlc)
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[1] Eliot, J. The day-breaking of the gospel with the Indians. 1647.
[2] Mann, H. Education and prosperity (from his Twelfth annual report as secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 1848)
[3] Lyon, M. Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. Hitchcock, E. The character of Mary Lyon.
[4] Burritt, E. A congress of nations (addresses at the international peace congresses at Brussels (1848) Paris (1849) and Frankfort (1850)
[5] Autobiography of Peter Cooper. Hewitt, A.S. Speech at the annual commencement of the Cooper Union, May 31, 1902.
[6] Dix, D.L. Memorial to the legislature of Massachusetts, 1843.
[7] Armstrong, S.C. The founding of the Hampton Institute. 1890. General Armstrong's first report to the trustees of the Hampton Institute (1870)
[8] Waring, G.E. Old Jersey (from "A farmer's vacation")
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