Book/Printed Material Emancipation address : our duties and how to discharge them : delivered in the town hall of Salem, Va., January 2, 1893, under the auspices of the Emancipation Club of Salem, with which was joined the Emancipation Club of Roanoke, Va. Our duties and how to discharge them

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Title
Emancipation address : our duties and how to discharge them : delivered in the town hall of Salem, Va., January 2, 1893, under the auspices of the Emancipation Club of Salem, with which was joined the Emancipation Club of Roanoke, Va.
Other Title
Our duties and how to discharge them
Summary
Williams, an African American professor in a normal school, speaks about the duties of African Americans to their race, the state, and the nation. Among these are the need for good home and family life, for education, and for religion and morality, and the need to acquire property and to establish black-owned businesses and to be patroitic citizens.
Contributor Names
Williams, Daniel B. (Daniel Barclay), 1861-
Emancipation Club (Salem, Va.)
Emancipation Club (Roanoke, Va.)
Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Salem, Va.?] : Daniel B. Williams, c1893.
Subject Headings
-  United States.--President (1861-1865 : Lincoln).--Emancipation Proclamation
-  African Americans
Genre
Addresses--Virginia--Salem--1893
Notes
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  LC copy has inscription in ink on t.p.: Salem Va. 1893.
Medium
28 p., [1] leaf of plates : 1 port. ; 21 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E449 .D16 vol. G, no. 6
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lcrbmrp.t0g06
Library of Congress Control Number
91898151
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Williams, an African American professor in a normal school, speaks about the duties of African Americans to their race, the state, and the nation. Among these are the need for good home and family life, for education, and for religion and morality, and the need to acquire property and to establish black-owned businesses and to be patroitic citizens.
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Williams, Daniel B, Emancipation Club, Emancipation Club, and Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. Emancipation address: our duties and how to discharge them: delivered in the town hall of Salem, Va., January 2, under the auspices of the Emancipation Club of Salem, with which was joined the Emancipation Club of Roanoke, Va. [Salem, Va.?: Daniel B. Williams, 1893] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/91898151/.

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Williams, D. B., Emancipation Club, Emancipation Club & Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection. (1893) Emancipation address: our duties and how to discharge them: delivered in the town hall of Salem, Va., January 2, under the auspices of the Emancipation Club of Salem, with which was joined the Emancipation Club of Roanoke, Va. [Salem, Va.?: Daniel B. Williams] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/91898151/.

MLA citation style:

Williams, Daniel B, et al. Emancipation address: our duties and how to discharge them: delivered in the town hall of Salem, Va., January 2, under the auspices of the Emancipation Club of Salem, with which was joined the Emancipation Club of Roanoke, Va. [Salem, Va.?: Daniel B. Williams, 1893] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/91898151/>.