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e-Book Poetical Works of James Madison Bell (Black Heritage Library Collection) download

e-Book Poetical Works of James Madison Bell (Black Heritage Library Collection) download

by James Madison Bell

ISBN: 0836987047
ISBN13: 978-0836987041
Language: English
Publisher: Ayer Co Pub; Second edition edition (November 1, 1901)
Pages: 221
Category: History and Criticism
Subategory: Literature

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American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage . This volume of poetry includes a bigraphical sketch of the author, James Madison Bell (1826-1902), by Bishop Benjamin William Arnett (1838-1906).

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. According to Arnett, Bell was an African-American poet, orator, and political activist. He was an Ohio native who lived in Canada and San Francisco before settling with his family in Toledo in 1865.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library . Bell, James Madison, 1826-1902; Arnett, Benjamin William, 1838-1906. Western Sonoma County Historical Society California Nursery Company - Roeding Point Loma Nazarene University, Ryan Library Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, Sonoma State University Placer County Museums Division Cathedral City Historical Society Palo Alto Historical Association. ark:/13960/t08w4663c.

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James Madison Bell (April 3, 1826 – 1902) was an African-American poet, orator, and political activist who was involved in the abolitionist movement against slavery. Bell was born in Gallipolis, Ohio, on April 3, 1826. He moved to Cincinnati in 1842. He moved to Cincinnati in 1842 where he lived with his brother-in-law George Knight and worked as a plasterer. In the evenings, he attended Cincinnati High School for Colored People, which had been established by Reverend Hiram S. Gilmore

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James Madison Bell was an African-American poet who lived at a turbulent time in the history of the United States, his life spanning three quarters of the 19th century and just spilling over into the 20th

James Madison Bell was an African-American poet who lived at a turbulent time in the history of the United States, his life spanning three quarters of the 19th century and just spilling over into the 20th. He was actively involved in the growing movement to abolish slavery and his oratory and written words were powerful tools used in this struggle.

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James Madison Bell was born April 3, 1826, He lived there until he was at Gallipolis, Ohio.

ClK. Poetical Klerks OF. James Madison. James Madison Bell was born April 3, 1826, He lived there until he was at Gallipolis, Ohio. of age. In i842 he removed to Cincin17 years nati, Ohio, and lived with his brother-in-law, George Knight, and learned the plasterer's trade. Mr. Knight was one of the best mechanics in the city. Then, black and white men stood abreast, A massive wall of living stone, And on, with earthquake tread, they pressed And wrung this land from England's throne. They, at the siege of Lexington, At Bunker Hill and Brandywine, At Monmouth and at Bennington, Marched.

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