Author William Hobby, Unknown – Unknown
Author William Hobby, Unknown – Unknown William Hobby was born in Georgia, and although little is known as to who William Hobby was, it is apparent, beyond anyroom for doubt or contention, that he was, demonstrably, a right minded, aswell as a passionate defender and representativeof […]
“Slavery Days Better for Negroes” – Former Slave Annette Harris, 8/10/1913
“Slavery Days Better for Negroes” – Former Slave Annette Harris, 8/10/1913 “If my white folks were living they couldn’t drive me off the old plantation in Warren county.” Thus spoke AnnetteHarris, a little black woman of 80 who is the leader of the Georgia State Capitol […]
The Problem of the Races – John H. Van Evrie, 1867
The Problem of the Races– John H. Van Evrie, 1867 All earnest and generous men feel that the future will be more glorious and beneficent than the past, andthis sentiment of progress it is that carries the world forward and renders life more beautiful and hopeful,and […]
The Mongrel Republics of America – Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1867
The Mongrel Republics of America– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1867 The defeat and death of the Emperor of Mexico will, no doubt, have one beneficial result, at all events. It willexcite the interest of Europeans as well as Americans in the Mongrel Republics of this […]
Southern Thought – Its New and Important Manifestations – George Fitzhugh, 1857
Southern Thought – Its New and Important Manifestations– George Fitzhugh, 1857 Twenty years ago the South had no thought-no opinions of her own. Then she stood behind all christendom,admitted her social structure, her habits, her economy, and her industrial pursuits to be wrong, deplored themas a […]
The Origin and Destiny of the Negro – M. Jeter, M.D. Salem Virginia, 4/30/1903
The Origin and Destiny of the Negro– M. Jeter, M.D. Salem Virginia, 4/30/1903 Can it be that the world will be much longer deceived In regard to the and for what purpose washe created, are true character of the negro? Who is he, questions it is […]
Syntagonistic Society
Syntagonistic Society A syntagonistic relation is antinomic to an antagonistic relation. Antagonism is conflictory, syntagonism iswhat is compatible and mutually constructive. Slavery is syntagonistic, for it begets a lasting truce betweenmen in the eternal pursuit of power, instead of the relation being conflictory, the inter-cooperative existenceof […]
Common Questions on Slavery
Common Questions on Slavery “What would you do if enslaved?/Should you be enslaved?” These questions rely on a series of misconceptions and prejudicial notions. Within my worldview it’sthe equivelant to asking: “What if you were a prisoner?,” or “What if you were free?” The answer to […]
My Sympathies for Racial Slavery Explained
My Sympathies for Racial Slavery Explained In my advocacy of slavery race is often presupposedly invoked by those who are ignorant of thecharacter of my intended proposition. I frequently retort “My variant of slavery would, ideally, beimplemented in a mono-racial society, and therefore could have no […]
Owners Book Recommendations
Owners Book Recommendations A list of pro-slavery books that the owner endorses,ranked from least recommended to most recommended. (Clicking the titles will redirect to the full book) An Apology for Negro Slavery or the West India Planters vindicatedfrom the charge of inhumanity – Gordon Turnbull, 1786 […]
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