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Religious Aspects of the American Civil War

Selected resources at Harvard Divinity School Library

Fast-Day Sermons

Fast days were publicly appointed days for citizens to reflect on issues or crises and the role of people and God in them. An ancient practice, fast days were first declared in America by colonial governments, and were continued by state governments and by the federal government.

These sermons are arranged by date and author.

1860

1861

January 4, 1861

September 26, 1861

1862

1863

April 1863

1864

1865

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