Domesticating Slavery: The Master Class in Georgia and South

Jeffrey Robert Young

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Negley led a counterattack and the Confederate troops retreated. Accession 41008 Miscellaneous reel 4353. 1 reel. The Guns of the South by Harry Turtledove: Members of South Africa’s white supremacist Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging group travel to 1864 to supply the Confederates with 21st Century weapons. Typescript rosters containing the names of former Confederate soldiers from Patrick County, Virginia. Chapman, Company E, 9th Virginia Infantry, in camp on the Shenandoah River, to his wife, describing his current situation.

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Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of

Craig Steven Wilder

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Governor John Letcher of Virginia delivers his "Message on Federal Relations" to the Virginia legislature. Faust changed historians' perspective on nationalism in the South, which had been considered largely fraudulent before her account. He did surprisingly well in the South, drawing much of his support from pro-slavery Whigs who could not support the Republicans. Augustine the receipt of the general's instructions to that effect. Phillips County Historical Quarterly, 5, No. 1 (December 1966). _____. "General Govan."

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The Price of Racial Reconciliation (The Politics of Race and

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Under the cover of darkness on December 26, 1860, Anderson spiked the cannons at Fort Moultrie and moved his command to Fort Sumter. Pulaski County Historical Review, 62 (Spring 2014): 16-21. _____. "'An Abolition hole': Life in Little Rock, 1863-1865." S San Jacinto, halted the Trent 300 miles east of Havana with two shots across the bow. And four "white abolition rascals" helped organize a slave insurrection at Iberville, Louisiana. - David Williams, A People's History of the Civil War, pp. 34-35 UB, I remember you mentioning that once, and I couldn't believe it then.

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The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, Volume IV: From

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C., regarding a summons for James Thompson; photograph of the drawing by Alfred R. He mentions troops passing through Petersburg, including Hampton�s Legion, Petersburg�s vigilance committee, possible spies, and other news. Article IV, Section 20, permitted courts to apprentice African American children on the same conditions that courts imposed for apprenticing white children. Goldfield says evangelical Christianity "poisoned the political process" because the American system of government depends on compromise and moderation, and evangelical religion abhors both because "how do you compromise with sin." "By transforming political issues into moral causes, you raise the stakes of the conflict and you tend to demonize your opponents," Goldfield says.

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Remember Me to Miss Louisa: Hidden Black-White Intimacies in

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Unable to break the blockade by force, the Confederacy countered with a handful of mostly English-built commerce raiders, including the C. Despite problems getting paid, lower wages than white soldiers when they finally were paid, segregated units, and high ranks for whites only, the U. But I can't give it more than 3 stars because I had to read it for a class and the Civil War is not my thing, and I will never read it again. Roster was ordered to be recorded at the September 1909 term of the Rockingham County Circuit Court, Harrisonburg, Virginia.

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Dark Places of the Earth: The Voyage of the Slave Ship

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Also includes rosters of the 17th Virginia Infantry, Company B; and 49th Virginia Infantry, Company D. He is manifestly a man of pathos, somewhat high-stepping and haughty, and not without a touch of the melodramatic. David Hubbard papers, 1834-1861, discuss national political issues and legislation, Nicholas Biddle and the Bank of the United States, the election of Polk as President, as well as issues concerning various national political conventions and party politics in general.

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Washington during Civil War and Reconstruction: Race and

Robert Harrison

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James Monroe is the only other American president who was wounded in battle. But in viewing slavery as an unmitigated evil, he already shared important ground with abolitionists. Smuggling under various flags threatened to continue the Atlantic trade after other nations had abolished it, and the British African Squadron patrolled the West African coast until after the American Civil War. Black sailors with connections to the emerging abolitionist movement distributed it throughout the region.

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The Philadelphia Negro (The Oxford W. E. B. Du Bois)

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The Dutch had a colony and a plantation system in Curacao that used and produced many slaves. Though it is older, the perspective of D. Sectional disagreements over the morality of slavery, the scope of democracy and the economic merits of free labor vs. slave plantations caused the Whig and " Know-Nothing" parties to collapse, and new ones to arise (the Free Soil Party in 1848, the Republicans in 1854, the Constitutional Union in 1860).

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New Studies in the History of American Slavery

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Hutto, Jon. "'Still War, War Unto Death.'" The Stream of History, 45 (December 2012): 31-37. “Images of Pulaski County’s History: The Arkansas Confederate Home.” Pulaski County Historical Review 63 (Winter 2015): forthcoming. “Images of Pulaski County’s History: The 1911 United Confederate Veterans Reunion in Little Rock.” Pulaski County Historical Review 59 (Spring 2011): 43-49. [collection of photographs] "Independence County Home Guard of Minute Men, May 30, 1861; found in county court record book A, p.644-645."

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The Problem of Emancipation: The Caribbean Roots of the

Edward Bartlett Rugemer

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The Battle of Galveston and the Defense of the Texas Coast. (Abilene, Texas: McWhiney Foundation Press, 1998.) Freeman, Charles R. “The Battle of Honey Springs,” in The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. Unfinished letter, 31 March 1862, describing the Battle of Kernstown. Some (a small percentage) were free or able to secure their freedom but many more were brutally and oppressively enslaved. This was the first antislavery society in the U.

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