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The Triumph of Nationalism/The House Dividing
Topic: Culture of the Common ManTopic: Cult of DomesticityTopic: ReligionTopic: ExpansionTopic: America in 1850
Topic: Religion
Overview of Triumph of Nationalism
Resource Menu: Religion
Text 1. Bryant/Freneau
Text 2. John Mayfield
Text 3. Alexis de Tocqueville
Text 4. Frederick Douglass
Text 5. George Fitzhugh
Text 6. Charles Colcock Jones
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Text 7. Henry David Thoreau
Text 8. Mormons

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6.  Charles Colcock Jones, The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States, 1842; Part III:
  Ch. 1:  "The Obligations of the Church to Afford the Gospel to the Negroes"
  Ch. 4:  "Benefits"

Charles Colcock Jones

Note: On this page, scroll down to page 155 to read Pt. III, Ch. 1, and to page 206 to read Pt. III, Ch. 4.


Documenting the American South
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Overview of Jones and his family, from the Savannah Morning News

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