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This is a reprint of Charles Coffin's history of the march of mankind from "slavery to freedom", first published in 1879, and climaxing with an account of the role of Providence in the founding of America as the nursery of freedom.
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Charles Carleton Coffin, author and lecturer, was a war correspondent for the Boston Journal during the Civil War. He joined the Army of the West, witnessing first-hand and reporting on the war's most important battles. He also wrote numerous books, published between 1858 and 1887.
Edward Lewis (a.k.a. David Hilder) is a stage, film, and television actor. He has narrated unabridged audiobooks for over eighteen years and has recorded more than two hundred titles, spanning works of fiction and nonfiction.From AudioFile:
Coffin's work, first published in 1879, takes a view ofhistory that many may find foreign to modern thinking. Basically, theauthor sees the Hand of God at work in establishing human freedom. ToCoffin, liberty is obedience to God (as defined in Scripture) and notdoing what the majority says. The author also has a strongCalvinistic/anti-Catholic view. Edward Lewis's reading is donewell. His clear voice has a staccato rhythm that may remind some of abroadcast reporter. M.T.F. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine -- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Maranatha Publications, 1987. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX093855820X
Book Description Maranatha Pubns, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M093855820X