Williams, Daniel B. (Daniel Barclay), b. 1861.; Mitchell, John, 1863-1929.; Woodson, Carter Godwin, 1875-1950,; Association for the Study of African-American Life and History,
Collection: African American Literature
Publisher: Petersburg, Va. : Daniel B. Williams
- Daniel B. Williams was a member of the faculty of Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute.
- Advertisement entitled "Popular works of Prof. Daniel B. Williams" p. 149-150.
- Freedom and progress-- The progress of the colored people in numbers and material prosperity -- Our youth, how they may benefit their race and country -- The evil effects of intemperance in the use of alcoholic drinks -- Outlines of three select religious discourses -- Intelligence, industry, and morality, the sources and conservators of civilization -- The Colored-American in the wars of 1775, 1812, and 1861 -- The fruits of Christianity and infidelity -- The harmony between the Bible and science concerning creation -- The power and worth of friendship -- The harmony between the Bible and science concerning primitive man -- Higher education, its advantages.
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- Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library copy from the library of Carter G. Woodson and Association for the Study of African American Life and History Library.