The anti-money man

Ireland, R.E.
February 1990
Yankee;Feb90, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p123
Recounts the mission of Edward Palmer who in 1837 was a 35-year-old ex-newspaper editor and former clergyman who left Bangor, Maine, on foot, to carry his anti-money message as far south as Georgia and Alabama. Wanting people to give up money andlive on love.


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