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Cama’s concern

Dosabhai Faramji Cama had been to America on a voyage in 1862 and was very pleased to see the hard work, intelligence and reforms of the people there. On July 23, 1865 Cama wrote a letter to the editor of The Evening Post, New York, under the pen name A Lover of Peace. The American Civil War to abolish slavery had ended. In his letter Cama suggested that the Northerners should forgive the Southerners and resume brotherly relations. The letter was sent through his agent along with US$ 500 for purchasing a large size portrait of the late President Abraham......

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