Henry Ward Beecher: An American Portrait

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Selection Committee of the Readers Club iv
  • Title Page v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xi
  • Author's Preface xiii
  • Part I: the Puritan Prison 3
  • Part I: the Puritan Prison 3
  • Chapter II 11
  • Chapter III 20
  • Chapter IV Amherst 27
  • Chapter V. Escape 35
  • Part Ii: Ambition 46
  • Chapter VI 1835 46
  • Chapter VII Cincinnati 55
  • Chapter VIII Lawrenceburgh 62
  • Chapter IX Indianapolis 71
  • Chapter X Ascent 78
  • Part Iii: Realization 87
  • Chapter XI 1847 87
  • Chapter XII Plymouth Church 98
  • Chapter XIII Brooklyn 108
  • Chapter XIV New York 118
  • Chapter XV Poised 127
  • Part Iv: Spring Tide 140
  • Part Iv: Spring Tide 140
  • Chapter XVII England 151
  • Chapter XVIII Fort Sumter 163
  • Chapter XIX Livingston Street 175
  • Chapter XX 187
  • Part V: Climax 202
  • Chapter XXII the Upper Room 212
  • Chapter XXIII Remsen Street 224
  • Chapter XXIV Yale 242
  • Part Vi: New Life 254
  • Chapter XXVI 1874 254
  • Chapter XXVII City Court 266
  • Chapter XXVIII Hell 281
  • Chapter XXIX Delmonico's 291
  • Chapter XXX Redemption 300
  • Appendix I Acknowledgment 315
  • Appendix II a List of the Sources 317
  • Appendix III Sources for the Direct Quotations 331
  • Appendix IV - Index 351
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