The temperance reformation : its history, from the organization of the first temperance society to the adoption of the liquor law of Maine, 1851, and the consequent influence of the promulgation of that law on the political interest of the state of New York, 1852 (eBook, 1868) [WorldCat.org]
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The temperance reformation : its history, from the organization of the first temperance society to the adoption of the liquor law of Maine, 1851, and the consequent influence of the promulgation of that law on the political interest of the state of New York, 1852
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The temperance reformation : its history, from the organization of the first temperance society to the adoption of the liquor law of Maine, 1851, and the consequent influence of the promulgation of that law on the political interest of the state of New York, 1852

Author: Lebbeus Armstrong
Publisher: New York : Samuel R. Wells, New York : N.Y. Stereotype Association, 1868. ©1853
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second edition, enlarged and improved by the authorView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Additional Physical Format: Microfilm version:
Armstrong, Lebbeus, 1775-1860.
Temperance reformation.
New York : S.R. Wells, 1868
(OCoLC)32119690
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lebbeus Armstrong
OCLC Number: 913430834
Description: 1 online resource (465 pages) : 1 portrait.
Responsibility: by Rev. Lebbeus Armstrong, a member of the Pioneer Temperance Organization in 1808, and an honorary member of the Sons of Temperance.

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