Pro-slavery books released between 1860 and 1865

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The epidemic of the nineteenth century
– Ebenezer Boyden, 1860

The old pine farm
– Unknown, 1860

– A Marylander, 1860

Cotton is King, and Pro-slavery Arguments
– James Henry Hammond, 1860

African servitude: when, why, and by whom instituted:
by whom, and how long, shall it be maintained?
– Andrew White, 1860

The lost principle; or, The sectional
equilibrium: how it was created, how
destroyed, how it may be restored
– John Scott, 1860

The new pantheon; or, The age of black
– Unknown, 1860

Ellen; or, The Fanatic’s Daughter
– Mrs. V.G. Crowden, 1860

The Ebony Idol
– Mrs. G.M. Flanders, 1860

The Black Gauntlet: A Tale of
Plantation Life in South Carolina
– Mary Howard Schoolcraft, 1860

A review and refutation of
Helper’s “Impending crisis,”
– Gilbert J. Beebe, 1860

Helper’s Impending Crisis Dissected
– Samuel M. Wolfe, 1860

The Sunny South, or The Southerner at Home
– J.H. Ingraham, 1860

The South alone, should govern the South.
And African slavery should be controlled
by those only, who are friendly to it
– John Townsend, 1860

Slavery vs abolition
– Unknown, 1860

Fanaticism and its results;
or, Facts versus fancies
– A southerner, 1860

The slaveholder Abroad; or, Billy
Buck’s Visit, with his Master, to England
– Ebenezer Starnes, 1860

Black diamonds gathered in
the darkey homes of the South
– Edward A. Pollard, 1860

Letters to Chas. O’Conor.
The destruction of the
union is emancipation
– Nathaniel Macon, 1860

Our National Sins
– Rev. J.H. Thornwell, 1860

A letter on slavery
– Nathan Lord, 1860

Speech against the revolutionary
movement of the anti-slavery party
– Thomas L. Clingman, 1860

Address, on the duty of the
slave states in the present crisis,
– Rev. J.E. Carnes, 1860

Slavery A Divine Trust
– Rev. B.M. Palmer, 1860

Reply to the speech of Senator Douglas
– Jefferson Davis, 1860

Relations of states
– Jefferson Davis, 1860

The free colored population of Maryland
– Col. Curtis M. Jacobs, 1860

Protection to slave property
– A. G. Brown, 1860

The slavery question
– L.Q.C. Lamar, 1860

The South, her peril, and her duty
– Rev. B.M. Palmer, 1860

The Yankee Slave-Dealer;
or, An abolitionist Down South
– A Texan, 1860

The State of the Country
– Rev. J.H. Thornwell, 1860

The interest in slavery of the
southern non-slaveholder
– J.D.B De Bow, 1860

The doom of slavery in the
Union: its safety out of it
– John Townsend, 1860

Dissolution of the union
– Nathan, Farrar, 1860

The character and influence of abolitionism
– Rev. Henry Dyke, 1860

Social relations in our southern states
– Daniel Hundley, 1860

Elements of Moral Science (Chapter 10)
– P.R. Leatherman, 1860

The governing race
– Unknown, 1860

Domestic slavery considered as a Scriptural institution
Rev. Richard Fuller Debates Rev. Francis Wayland
– Rev. Francis Wayland, 1860

The laws of race, as connected with slavery
– George Fisher, 1860

The Right of American Slavery
– T.W. Hoit, 1860

Our Nation
– Lucy D. White, 1860

Anticipations of the Future, to
Serve as Lessons for the Present Time
– Edmund Ruffin, 1860

The Enormity of the slave-trade; and the
duty of seeking the moral and spiritual
elevation of the colored race
– Unknown, 1860

Slavery and Free Labor
Described and Compared
– Edmund Ruffin, 1860

The Causes and Remedies of Impending
National Calamities An Address
– Samuel Ramsay Wilson, 1860

To the people of the South
Senator Hammond and the Tribune
– Unknown, 1860

On the relation of the states
– James Henry Hammond, 1860

Speech delivered in the National Democratic
convention, Charleston, April 28th, 1860
– William L. Yancey, 1860

The Issues Involved in the Presidential Contest
– William L. Yancey, 1860

A history and defense of African slavery
– William Trotter, 1861

Slavery and abolitionism:
as viewed by a Georgia slave
– Harrison Berry, 1861

The dangers and duties of the present crisis!
– Pastor Samuel Anderson, 1861

Slavery: its origin, nature, and history,
considered in the light of Bible teachings,
moral justice, and political wisdom.
– Rev. Thornton Stringfellow, 1861

The Union to be Preserved
– Robert J. Breckinridge, 1861

The sable cloud: A southern
tale, with northern comments
– Nehemiah Adams, 1861

African Servitude: What is it,
and what is its moral character?
– Rev. William Neal Cleveland, 1861

– Gov. Richard K. Call, 1861

Suggestions as to the spiritual
philosophy of African slavery
– William Holcombe, 1861

Bible view of slavery
– Rev. M.J. Raphall, 1861

Mutual relation of masters and
slaves as taught in the Bible
– Joseph R. Wilson, 1861

The African a trust from God to the American
– Rev. George D. Cummins, 1861

Negroes and Negro “slavery:” the first an
inferior race; the latter its normal condition
– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1861

Fanaticism Rebuked
– Rev. Francis Vinton, 1861

The philosophy of secession
– L.W. Spratt, 1861

Slavery Sanctioned by the Bible
– John Jones, 1861

A letter to Viscount Palmerston,
K. G., prime minister of England,
on American slavery
– Henry Wikoff, 1861

State of the Union
– D. C. De Jarnette, 1861

Slavery a Divine Institution
– John B. Thrasher, 1861

American slavery distinguished from the slavery of
English theorists, and justified by the law of nature
– Rev. Samuel Seabury, 1861

The Thurstons of the Old Palmetto State,
Or, Varieties of Southern Life
– John H. Caldwell, 1861

The dangers and duties of the present crisis!
– Pastor Samuel Anderson, 1861

The relation between
the races at the South
– James Warley Miles, 1861

The dangers and duties of the present crisis!
– Pastor Samuel Anderson, 1861

Our country and slavery
– James Preston Fugitt, 1861

Providential aspect and salutary
tendency of the existing crisis
– Isaac Bridge, 1861

Southern slavery considered on general principles,
or, A grapple with abstractionists.
– A North Carolinian, 1861

American society for promoting nation unity
– Unknown, 1861

Old Toney and his master, or,
The abolitionist and the land-pirate
– Desmos, 1861

Free Negroism
– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1862

The Old Plantation: A Poem
– J.A. Turner, 1862

The progress and intelligence of Americans
– M.T. Wheat, 1862

A peaceful and permanent settlement
of the slavery question
– Emma Willard, 1862

The South Vindicated
– James D. Williams, 1862

Cause and contrast: an essay
on the American crisis
T.W. MacMahon, 1862

Abolition and secession
– A Unionist, 1862

Shall the Federal Government Instigate a Servile War?
Is Slaveholding Constitutional and Scriptural?
– Rev. James Preston Fugitt, 1862

Speeches made in the senate of the Confederate States during
the session commencing on the 18th day of August, A.D. 1862
– William L. Yancey, 1862

The Dred Scott Decision
– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1863

Pictures of slavery and anti-slavery
– John Bell Robinson, 1863

Anti-abolition Tracts no. 1
– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1863

On the Negro’s place in nature
– James Hunt, 1863

The second war of
independence in America
– E. M. Hudson, 1863

The institution of slavery in the Southern
States: religiously and morally considered
in connection with our sectional troubles
– Bryan Tyson, 1863

A letter from an elder in an old school
Presbyterian church to his son at college
– Unknown, 1863

Bible View of Slavery
– John H. Hopkins, 1863

Is Slavery Sinful?
Bishop Ovid Butler Debates Judge Jeremiah Smith
Pastor Thomas Wiley Debates Judge Jeremiah Smith
– Jeremiah Smith, 1863

The elementary spelling book: adapted to the youth
of the southern Confederacy, interspersed with
the Bible readings on domestic slavery
– Robert Fleming, 1863

The true interpretation of the American civil
war; or, Slavery, from a different point of view
– Onesimus Secundus, 1863

An argument on the ethical position
of slavery in the social system
– Samuel Morse, 1863

The Slavery quarrel
– Unknown, 1863

The South as it is: or Twenty-one years’
experience in the southern states of America
– Rev. T. D. Ozanne, 1863

Curiosity visits to southern plantations
– Unknown, 1863

Subgenation: the theory of the normal relation
of the races; an answer to “Miscegenation.”
– Dr. John H. Van Evrie, 1864

A discourse before the General
Assembly of South Carolina
– Rev. B.M. Palmer, 1864

– Jeffrey Vertner, 1864

A scriptural, ecclesiastical,
and historical view of slavery
– John Hopkins, 1864

Nellie Norton, or, Southern slavery and the Bible
– Rev. Ebenezer Warren, 1864

Washington, Our Example: The Father
of a Nation Will Restore it to Peace
– L.C. Searle, 1865

Slavery as recognized in the Mosaic Civil Law
– Rev. Stuart Robinson, 1865

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