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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Klingberg, Frank Joseph, 1883-
Anglican humanitarianism in colonial New York.
Philadelphia, Church Historical Society [c1940]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank Joseph Klingberg
|Description:||x p., 2 l., -295 p. 24 cm.|
|Contents:||book 1. Introduction. Leading ideas in the annual S.P.G. sermons, particularly with reference to native peoples. The noble savage as seen by the S.P.G. missionary. Sir William Johnson and the S.P.G. The S.P.G. program for Negroes in colonial New York. Conclusion.--book 2. Three notable annual S.P.G. sermons: Foreword. A plea for humanitarianism for the Negro in the institution of slavery, February 16, 1710-11, by William Fleetwood. An argument for the Christianization of whites, Negroes, and Indians as sound imperial policy, February 20, 1740-41, by Thomas Secker. A statement of British manifest destiny, involving aborigines protection and ultimate Negro freedom, February 21, 1766, by William Warburton.--book 3. A select bibliography (p. -265)--book 4. General index.|
|Series Title:||[Church historical society, Philadelphia] Publication, no. 11|
|Responsibility:||by Frank J. Klingberg ...|