Edward Hitchcock lecture notes on temperance
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Notes by Edward Hitchcock apparently intended for an address to a group of people on the subject of temperance. Hitchcock discusses his own history with the temperance movement, laments what appears to be a loss of momentum for the movement, and stresses the need to continue the fight for total abstinence from alcohol, suggesting the distribution of literature about temperance as a key part of the movement's success.
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|Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864|
|Amherst College Archives & Special Collections|
|Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864--Political and social views|
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- Chicago citation style
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864. Edward Hitchcock lecture notes on temperance. 1830-1849. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:82975. (Accessed June 21, 2018.)
- APA citation style
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864, (1830-1849) Edward Hitchcock lecture notes on temperance. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:82975
- MLA citation style
- Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://acdc.amherst.edu/view/asc:82975>.