History of Missionary Agency of the State Normal Schools of Prussia in Massachusetts in 1835-6-7 and 8.
Read at the Quarter Centennial Normal School Celebration in Framingham, Massachusetts, J and confusion that history records as existing in the ecclesiastical circles of Massachusetts in 1836, when families were divided, friends and neighbors became enemies, business suffered, litigation o our time, it is significant that in the midst of the denominational strife, Brooks on Fast Day, 1836, could bring together in his church at Hingham an inter-denominational convention to consider Sun reforming society, of saving the world.
Hingham Gazette, April 15, 1836.
By the autumn of 1836 Brooks had had enough experience in the presentation of his subject to enable him to formulate a ed what each had done.
Of Brooks, he said:—
To Charles Brooks, whose labors in the years 1835-6-7 were second to those of no man—one might also say to no number of men—we owe the particular form<