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Definitions of NEHEMIAH ADAMS
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An American clergyman and author; born in Salem, Mass., Feb. 19, 1806; died in Boston, Mass., Oct. 6, 1878. He will be chiefly remembered as the author of a work entitled "A South Side View of Slavery" (1854), which was severely criticized by the antislavery party. Among his other publications are: "Under the Mizzenmast" (1871); "Walks to Emmaus" (1879); "Remarks on Unitarian Belief"; "Life of John Eliot".
By Charles Dudley Warner