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Excerpt from The Highlanders of the South, Vol. 1
IN the gathering of materials for this brief ac count the writer has sought to strike a happy medium between any existing extremes; he has endeavored to be conservative in all things, and he has been careful to give only such statements as may be readily substantiated.
With the hope of stirring the people everywhere to a deeper sense of their Obligation to their less fortunate brothers, and with the desire to create within the minds of those who can the spirit of helpfulness to those who cannot but would if they could, is this little volume sent forth.
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