Book/Printed Material The social principle among a people, and its bearing on their progress and development : a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1875, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C. Discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1875, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C. / Thanksgiving discourse

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Title
The social principle among a people, and its bearing on their progress and development : a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1875, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C.
Other Title
Discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1875, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C.
Thanksgiving discourse
Summary
Crummell, pastor of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., from 1879 to 1898, spoke out for black liberation and founded the Negro Academy. He issues here a bold and visionary call to black Americans not to rest upon their laurels but to unite and cooperate for the general uplifting of their race. Achievements in work, spirituality, the arts, etc., is the way to gain full social and political acceptance in American society.
Contributor Names
Crummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.
St. Mary's Chapel (Washington, D.C.)
Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1875]
Subject Headings
-  African Americans--Race identity
-  Thanksgiving Day addresses
Genre
Addresses--Washington (D.C.)--1875
Notes
-  "Published by request."
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  LC copy has inscription in ink on t.p.: Wash. D.C. 1875.
Medium
23 p. ; 19 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E449 .D16 vol. E, no. 2
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lcrbmrp.t0e02
Library of Congress Control Number
91898113
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Crummell, pastor of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., from 1879 to 1898, spoke out for black liberation and founded the Negro Academy. He issues here a bold and visionary call to black Americans not to rest upon their laurels but to unite and cooperate for the general uplifting of their race. Achievements in work, spirituality, the arts, etc., is the way to gain full social and political acceptance in American society.
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Crummell, Alexander, St. Mary'S Chapel, and Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. The social principle among a people, and its bearing on their progress and development: a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C. [Washington, D.C.: s.n, 1875] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/91898113/.

APA citation style:

Crummell, A., St. Mary'S Chapel & Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. (1875) The social principle among a people, and its bearing on their progress and development: a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C. [Washington, D.C.: s.n] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/91898113/.

MLA citation style:

Crummell, Alexander, St. Mary'S Chapel, and Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. The social principle among a people, and its bearing on their progress and development: a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, in Saint Mary's Chapel, Washington, D.C. [Washington, D.C.: s.n, 1875] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/91898113/>.