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 […]
The States Rights’ Party 1850-185? (Mississippi)
The States Rights’ Party 1850-185? (Mississippi) also known as “The Democratic States-Rights Party” A pro-slavery, states rights/secessionist party organized,and active […]
Mary H. Eastman, 1818 – 1887
Mary H. Eastman, 1818 – 1887 Born in 1818 in Warrenton Virginia, Mary Eastman grew up likemany in the antebellum […]
James Henry Hammond, 1807 – 1864
James Henry Hammond, 1807 – 1864 A Governor, Senator, lawyer, teacher, and lifetimesupporter of the divine institution of slavery.The innovator […]
Southern Slave Laws – Alexander Clayton, 1850 (Transcribed)
Southern Slave Laws– Alexander Clayton, 1850 Laws regulating slavery are, in Mississippi, coevalwith its existence as a Territory and as […]
Slavery Justified – George Fitzhugh, 1849 (Transcribed)
Slavery Justified – George Fitzhugh, 1849 Liberty and Equality – SocialismYoung England – Domestic Slavery Liberty and equality are new […]
Antebellum Pro-Slavery Flags
Antebellum Pro-Slavery Flags Pre-War Pro-Slavery Flags A pro-slavery flag carried by the 1856, Pro-Slavery, South Carolina, contingent of the Kansas […]
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