Abolition


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It has 402,541 slaves and 301,271 free men. Confederate service record, 1861-1864, of Josiah Clarence Deane (d. 1895) of the 59th Virginia Regiment and Amherst County, Virginia, containing correspondence, lists, military records, orders, and other items regarding Deane�s military service. Emmerson (1899-1978) of Annapolis, Maryland. Papers, 1864-1866, of George Henry Dugdale (b. ca. 1845) of Burlington, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, consisting of a military discharge, 1 October 1864, for Dugdale from Company F, 37th New Jersey Infantry; and a letter, 12 July 1866, from William Allinson of Burlington to Dugdale in Philadelphia containing minutes of a meeting of the Society of Friends in Burlington at which Dugdale was removed from the membership rolls for violating the Friends� testimony against war by serving in the United States army during the Civil War.

The Consequences of Cotton in Antebellum America


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List of the Grand Camp of Virginia, 1911. Alphabetical list of the Grand Camp of Virginia which met in Newport News, Virginia, in October 1911. Students may do the vocabulary sheet individually or in small groups. What they knew was that slavery was dead. After northern forces seized New Orleans, Grant led his army to attack Vicksburg, Mississippi. They wanted the right to vote, run for office, serve in the military, attend white schools—all of which reached its zenith with Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil-rights movement, a century and a half later.

Slavery (BAAS Pamphlets EUP)


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Typescript of papers, 1861-1865, of John F. Sale (1841-1865) of Norfolk, Virginia, consisting of correspondence from Sale, while serving in the 12th Virginia Infantry, to his family in Norfolk during the Civil War. October 24, 1861 - President Abraham Lincoln receives the first transcontinental telegraph message. The official dedication of the still incomplete cemetery was set for November 19th, 1863. President Lincoln temporarily relieves McClellan as general-in-chief and takes direct command of the Union Armies.

Twelve Years a Slave: Narrative of Solomon Northup (Ad



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By this time, Sherman had received an indication from Grant that he was favorably considering the March to Savannah. Pulaski County Historical Review, 27, No. 2 (Summer 1979): 35-39. Includes passes for Cyrus Flint and his family to travel from New Orleans to New York. If we are unduly complacent because we view something as a good war, then we ought target our complacency rather than veer into a headlong revisionism that, though a necessary part of improving our historical and moral understanding, can promote a self-satisfied dismissal of the dilemmas of the past – ones far graver, in many ways, than any we face today.

Freedom's Promise: Ex-Slave Families and Citizenship in the


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True, several European colonies in the Caribbean had ended slavery, but that action was taken by the mother country, not by the elite planter class. The predominate market for this product line was in Virginia, now part of the Confederacy and cut off from trade with Gettysburg. Freedom: A History of US – Come along on an exciting journey through Joy Hakim's story of freedom in America. They were members of the middle class and gentry, small in number, and not seen as a threat (perhaps not even as identifiably Catholic) to the larger Protestant community.

Ship of Death: A Voyage That Changed the Atlantic World


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Neither, Confederates believed, would Europeans tolerate interference in their North American commerce. Wagon Wheels, 1, No. 6 (Winter 1981): 26-27. The crown, however, rejects the Virginians' proposal. In the early months of the Long Parliament, he was outspoken on the need for reform of the Church 'roots and branches' and he was the first man to demand the outright abolition of bishops. There were Blacks in the South (primarily in Louisiana) would OWNED slaves! 6.

Tyrannicide: Forging an American Law of Slavery in



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Middleton of Company G, 23rd Battalion Alabama Sharpshooters, to Mrs. I think we must get rid of slavery or we must get rid of freedom." "I did not write it [Uncle Tom's Cabin]. The 28th Indiana Colored Infantry Regiment was formed on March 31, 1864, at Camp Fremont in Indianapolis near what is now the Fountain Square district. It is no answer to repeat that an unconstitutional law is no law, so long as the question of its legality is to be decided by the State itself, for every law operating injuriously upon any local interest will be perhaps thought, and certainly represented, as unconstitutional, and, as has been shown, there is no appeal.

Sick from Freedom: African-American Illness and Suffering


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This makes it impossible for a man to live honestly, and at the same time comfortably in outward respects. Under the Conscription Act, all healthy white men between the ages of 18 and 35 were liable for a three year term of service. The man who tries to frighten the North with threats of competition by emancipated negroes insults the understanding of our laboring class. Includes accounts and receipts, agreements, correspondence, deeds, powers of attorney, slave bills of sale, records concerning the firm of Johnson and Duggers, and military records.

The Free Negro in North Carolina, 1790-1860


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Pension applications, 1894-1900, of Sarah E. Other notices soon followed calling on citizens to arm themselves and prepare for their own defense. Although Lee lost Jackson at Chancellorsville, the victory prompted him to try another invasion of the North. When Leonidas Polk withdrew from Columbus, Ky., during the period February 29-March 2, 1862, in the preliminary moves of the Shiloh campaign, he sent the 5,000-man division of John P. Wolf Trap Shoals and York Spit Lightships, 1861-1862.

No Taint of Compromise: Crusaders in Antislavery Politics



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Ideologically, minority group activists viewed themselves as more radical and committed to that particular cause than did their dominant group co-workers and were more for a strategy of minority group self-help. Lamb (1804-1874), mayor of Norfolk, to Gwynn and transcripts of letters, 20 May 1861, from Gwynn to R. Reports of contraband camps in the city were investigated. Virginia Department of Confederate Military Records containing an index of incoming correspondence kept by Major Robert W.

Patriotic Treason: John Brown and the Soul of America