May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871
May, Samuel Joseph, 1797-1871
May, Samuel J. 1797-1871
May, Samuel, 1797-1871
VIAF ID: 62349282
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May, Samuel Joseph,
- Some recollections of our antislavery conflict.
- What do Unitarians believe?
- The rights and condition of women; considered in "The Church of the Messiah," November 8, 1846 ...
- Woman's rights commensurate with her capacities and obligations a series of tracts, comprising sixteen articles: essays, addresses, or letters of the prominent advocates of woman's larger sphere of action.
- The rights and condition of women, 1846:
- The rights and condition of women : a sermon, preached in Syracuse, Nov., 1845
- The right of colored people to education, vindicated : letters to Andrew T. Judson, esq. and others in Canterbury, remonstrating with them on their unjust and unjustifiable procedure relative to Miss Crandall and her school for colored females
- The distinctive character and claims of Christianity: A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Orville Dewey, pastor of the First Congregational Church in New-Bedford, December 17, 1823. ...
- Speech of Rev. Samuel J. May, to the convention of citizens, of Onondaga County, in Syracuse
- Samuel J. May correspondence
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