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Bennett, D. M.


Truthseeker Around the World (in 4 vollumes)




Bennett, D. M.




New York






1st edition






This 4 volume set is D. M. Bennett's trip around the world in the late 1800's. It was financed by his friends who thought so highly of him that they agreed to finance the the trip if he would write about his travels.

Volume I is sub-titled "From New York to Damascus."
Volume II is sub-titled "From Damascus to Bombay."
Volume III is sub-titled "From Bombay to Hong Kong."
Volume IV is sub-titled "Hong Kong to New York."

Bennett died before he completed his voyage home and there is an account of his life and death in the final volume.

McCabe writes sbout Bennett that he "subsequently [after he left the Shaker community] an aggressive Freethinker, and in 1873 established the Truthseeker. He was arrested three times, and spent a year in prison, for heresy. During his imprisonment a petition for his release was signed by 200,000 Americans. He wrote several Rationalist works, and the Freethinkers of America erected a monument over his grave."

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