The Wilmington Declaration, 1898
The Wilmington Declaration, 1898 Believing that the constitution of the United States contemplated a government to be carried on by an enlightened people:believing that its framers did not anticipate the enfranchisement of an ignorant population of African origin, and believingthat those men of the State of […]
Might Solve the Race Problem – Unknown, 1906
Might Solve the Race Problem – Unknown, 1906 Officers throughout the Indian territory report that the niggers in that section of the county are arming themselves and layingin an unusally large supply of ammunition. This action upon the part of the niggers is attributed to a […]
Thoughts on Maternity, Maternal Instincts, and Schooling – Bill Arp, 8/131891
Thoughts on Maternity, Maternal Instincts, and Schooling – Bill Arp, 8/13/1891 The most vital, providential and beautiful trait in our humanity is the maternal instinct. The love and care which a motherhas for her offspring is the saving grace of childhood. Without it the little helpless […]
Interview with Senator James K. Vardaman, 6/29/1913
Interview with Senator James K. Vardaman, 6/29/1913 A policy latent with sensation and war has been brought to Washington by James Kimble Vardaman, the new Senatorfrom Mississippi It is being impatiently held back unti the Underwood tariff bill becomes law. Let loose six months hence,it wil […]
Straight Talk – Tom Anderson, 5/7/1970
Straight Talk – Tom Anderson, 5/7/1970 A racist is a person who believes in genetics, history, and his eyes. The epithet “racist” is something few people, includingmany scientists who know that truth is being smothered, can stand to be labeled with. To talk of superiority and […]
Interesting Stories as Told by Col. Mark Hardin on a Train, 8/6/1891
Interesting Stories as Told by Col. Mark Hardin on a Train – Bill Arp, 8/6/1891 As iron sharpeneth iron, so a man’s face sharpeneth the face of his friend. How it shortens the miles to travel witha companion who has something to talk about and knows […]
Mrs. Arp Hosts a Candy Party for the Children & Chaos Ensue – Bill Arp, 6/4/1891
Mrs. Arp Hosts a Candy Party for the Children & Chaos Ensue – Bill Arp, 6/4/1891 “What’s all this rumpus about?” I came home to dinner and found the house full and yard full of children-grandchildrenand other children. “Oh, nothing much,” said Mrs. Arp. “I promised […]
Southern Books Should be Used in Southern Schools – Bill Arp, 5/28/1891
Southern Books Should be Used in Southern Schools – Bill Arp, 5/28/1891 Since writing a late letter on Southern school books, my mail has been flooded with pamphlets and reports going toprove that a State cannot safely publish or prescribe her own school books. Ohio tried […]
Thoughts on the origin of “First in war, first in peace” & other matters – Bill Arp, 8/16/1890
Thoughts on the origin of “First in war, first in peace” & other matters – Bill Arp, 8/16/1890 Let us vindicate the truth of history. Whether it was John Marshall or Harry Lee who first used the phrase, “First inwar, first in peace.” etc., is of […]
A Recent Rough Storm – Bill Arp, 6/12/1890
A Recent Rough Storm – Bill Arp, 6/12/1890 I thought it was Sherman. No, I didn’t either, but somehow it reminded me of Sherman. We had company for dinner- childrenand grand children and all other kin folks, and were winking up the general repast with strawberries […]
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