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Eleventh Annual Report of the Female Seamen's Friend Society of Philadelphia with an Account of the Conversion and Present Condition of J.B. Bemo
Philadelphia: Printed by Barrington & Haswell 1843. Octavo. 28pp. Illustrated buff wrappers. Small creases at the corners of some pages, very good or better. An organization of various denominations of Protestant women who apparently worked to convert seamen, espoused temperance principles, and ran a Sailor's Temperance Home to lodge sailors on Lombard Street. A goodly portion of the pamphlet is devoted to testimonials about the conversion of the Seminole Indian seaman Bemo. OCLC locates two copies.
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