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James Shannon, An Address Delivered before the Pro-Slavery Convention of the State of Missouri, held in Lexington, July 13, 1855, on Domestic Slavery, as Examined in the Light of Scripture, of Natural Rights, of Civil Government, and the Constitutional Power of Congress
James Shannon (1799-1859) was a leading intellectual in the Stone-Campbell Movement. Second President, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. 1850-1856. Co-Founder of Christian College 1851 (now Columbia college), Columbia, MO. Co-Founder of Christian University 1853, and First President (now Culver-Stockton College) Canton, MO.
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James Shannon (1799-1859), Pro-Slavery Convention, Domestic Slavery, Racism in Stone-Campbell Movement
Shannon, James, "James Shannon, An Address Delivered before the Pro-Slavery Convention of the State of Missouri" (1855). Foundational and Controversial Stone-Campbell Movement Documents. 18.