HOW THEY LIVED IN HAMPTON: A study of Practical Christianity applied in the manufacture of woolens.

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Boston: Stilman Smith, . First edn 8vo, Pp. 281. A VG tight copy. Signed by the author: "For the Fair ..." (Item ID: 9073)

A Boston Unitarian clergyman, Hale (1822-1909), is best remembered for his Man Without a Country. A narrative of life in a woolen mill.

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