A Final Goodbye
A Final Goodbye In writing this I’m unsure if to focus on what I most need to say, or what you, the reader of this piece, may need to hear.Although, I’m equally as unsure if I’m capable of relaying either in a satisfactory or true way […]
Denouncing Racism & Slavery
Denouncing Racism & Slavery I came to rightist ideas as a sixteen year old youth, a youth who needed structure, ideals, morals, etc after a childhoodof neglect, isolation, shame, and abandonment. I spent my very early pubescence looking into a variety of concepts,such as: Buddhism, Satanism, […]
Laws Regulating Slavery in the South
Laws Regulating Slavery in the South These statutes were taken from chapter 4 of Howell Cobbs’ 1856 book:A Scriptural Examination of the Institution of Slavery in the United States Delaware: “Any two justices of the peace for the county, shall have jurisdiction to try and punish […]
George Fitzhughs’ 1844 reply to James Lyons on Tariffs
George Fitzhughs’ 1844 reply to James Lyons on Tariffs A section taken from the July 19th 1844 edition of the Richmond Enquirer Early in the day it was announced by advertisement that Mr. James Lyons, who had been brought there byprofetisional engagements would address the people […]
Justifying Property in Man – George Fitzhugh, 1857
Justifying Property in Man – George Fitzhugh, 1857 Note: This is from Fitzhughs’ second work “Cannibals All!” chapter 32: “Man Has Property in Man!” Thisis most of that chapter taken and presented for the original intention but modified slightly, each individualpoint was separated where I felt […]
The Right to Enslave – Unknown, 1861
The Right to Enslave – Unknown, 1861 Liberty, it was once said, was the inalienable right of all; but men having observed certain stubborn facts, they are nowlittle pleased to see how they were led to believe in a falsehood so manifest. All who are free […]
In Advocacy of Enslaving the Irish – Philanthropos, 1838 (Satire)
In Advocacy of Enslaving the Irish – Philanthropos, 1838 (Satire) This article was originally titled “A Measure of Expediency”, which was likely a title with a dual meaning,one implying it is a measure rooted in expediency, and the other being a reference to the, implicitly presumed,excesses […]
Twenty Points Against Abolishing Slavery – George Fitzhugh
Twenty Points Against Abolishing Slavery– George Fitzhugh, A controversy on slavery, Pages: 5-14, 1857 The 20 points are taken from the published debate between George Fitzhugh and the abolitionist A. Hogeboom,in which Fitzhugh set out to pose a list of challenges for, and arguments against, abolition. […]
A Negro That Prefers Slavery – The Chattanooga Daily Times, 1908
A Negro That Prefers Slavery – The Chattanooga Daily Times, 1908 Henry Strother, of whom I am about to write, voices the sentiments of the greater majority of ex-slaves. Of averageheight, somewhat feeble in movement, of a bronze color with snow white hair and beard, Henry […]
The Thrall System
The Thrall System Amongst the legally codified Germanic castes of the 6th-14th centuries were the thrall, slaves, who were the property ofthe higher castes, which were the noblemen and freemen. They were recognized as chattel and were bought, sold, andused as general elements of economic production […]
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