Our Brother in Black – John C. Boal, 5/19/1902
Our Brother in Black – John C. Boal, 5/19/1902 Your article entitled “The Cigar Store Indian” has reached the columns of my family paper, the Leechburg Advance,and I want your good Southern, manly hand for a thousand shakes thereof, just to show my hearty, whole-souledappreciation of […]
The Negro a Different Kind of Flesh – A.S. Hopkins, 6/18/1909
The Negro a Different Kind of Flesh – A.S. Hopkins, 6/18/1909 The Apostle Paul said, “All flesh it not the same flesh; but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of beast,another of fishes and another of birds.” I Corinthians 15:39. Paul who […]
Photos of James K. Vardaman Photos of the former Governor of Mississippi James K. Vardaman (Click to enlarge photos) James K. Vardaman with William Jennings Bryant, unknown year James K. Vardaman with Son and Granddaughter, unknown year James K. Vardaman along with his Son who is […]
Thoughts on the Negro Question – James K. Vardaman, 2/7/1904
Thoughts on the Negro Question – James K. Vardaman, 2/7/1904 The race question is one of the most serious problems which confront the civilization, of the present century. The entirerepublic is interested in it; but the South, where the nigger lives in such large numbers, is […]
Thoughts on Divorce Reform and the Advocacy of Such by Ingersoll Lockwood – Bill Arp 12/3/1891
Thoughts on Divorce Reform and the Advocacy of Such by Ingersoll Lockwood – Bill Arp 12/3/1891 “Is marriage a failure?” We see that question going around and being discussed. If I knew what particular marriage theyare talking about maybe I could answer. I know several that […]
Thoughts on Reunions & Recollections of the War – Bill Arp, 8/27/1891
Thoughts on Reunions, War Pensions & Recollections of the War – Bill Arp, 8/27/1891 It was good to be there. Twenty years ago a reunion of the soldier boys was a lively gathering. They greeted one anotherwith loud hilarity. They stepped around with a double quick […]
Thoughts on the Rich and the Poor – Bill Arp, (8/21/1891)
Thoughts on the Rich and the Poor – Bill Arp, (8/21/1891) “Qin fit Macenas” is nearly all the Latin I remember. It is the begining of an ode that Horace wrote nearly two thousandyears ago. He was ruminating over the dissatisfaction of mankind with their lot, […]
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 […]
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