Neely's History of the Parliament of Religions and Religious Congresses at the World's Columbian Exposition

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NEELY'S HISTORY OF
THE PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS
AND
RELIGIOUS CONGRESSES
AT THE
World's Columbian Exposition

Qmpled Original Manuscripts and Stenographic Reports.

EDITED BY
A CORPS OF ABLE WRITERS.

PROF. WALTER R. HOUGHTON,
Editor in Chief
AUTHOR OF
"History of American Politics," Conspectus of Federal History, "View of United States History", "Growth of Geographical Science", "Nineteen Centuries of Christianity"
(in preparation)

TWO VOLUMES IN ONE—FULLY ILLUSTRATED

F. T. NEELY,
Publisher, Chicago.

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  • Title Page *
  • Table of Contents 1
  • Illustrations *
  • Introduction. 7
  • Preface. 11
  • Prepailation for the Parliament of Religions. 15
  • The World's Congresses of 1893. 15
  • Origin of the Parliament of Religions. 22
  • Proceedings of the World's Parliament of Religions, September 11 to 27, 1893. 33
  • First Day, September 11th. 33
  • Second Day, September 12th. 72
  • Third Day, September 13th. 133
  • Fourth Day, September 14th. 184
  • Fifth Day, September 15th. 227
  • Sixth Day, September 16th. 292
  • Seventh Day. Sepiember 17th. 330
  • Eighth Day, September 18th. 364
  • Ninth Day, September 19th. 410
  • Tenth Day, September 20th. 452
  • Eleventh Day, September 21st. 507
  • Twelfth Day, September 22d. 567
  • Thirteenth Day, September 23d. 618
  • Fourteenth Day, September 24th. 669
  • Fifteenth Day, September 25th. 699
  • Sixteenth Day, September 26th. 759
  • Seventeenth Day, September 27th. 811
  • Closing Scenes of the Parliament. 846
  • Denominational Congresses. 865
  • Biographies, Articles, and Opinions. 971
  • Index. 993
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