The Negro and the Nation: A History of American Slavery and Enfranchisement by George S. Merriam

The Negro and the Nation: A History of American Slavery and Enfranchisement

byGeorge S. Merriam

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CONTENTS
I. How Slavery Grew in America
II. The Acts of the Fathers
III. Conflict and Compromise
IV. The Widening Rift
V. Calhoun and Garrison
VI. Birney, Channing and Webster
VII. The Underlying Forces
VIII. The Mexican War
IX. How to Deal with the Territories
X. The Compromise of 1850
XI. A Lull and a Retrospect
XII. Slavery as It Was
XIII. The Struggle for Kansas
XIV. "Fremont and Freedom"
XV. Three Typical Southerners
XVI. Some Northern Leaders
XVII. Dred Scott and Lecompton
XVIII. John Brown
XIX. Abraham Lincoln
XX. The Election of 1860
XXI. Face to Face
XXII. How They Differed
XXIII. Why They Fought
XXIV. On Niagara's Brink—and Over
XXV. The Civil War
XXVI. Emancipation Begun
XXVII. Emancipation Achieved
XXVIII. Reconstruction: Experiments and Ideals
XXIX. Reconstruction: The First Plan
XXX. Congress and the "Black Codes"
XXXI. Reconstruction: The Second Plan
XXXII. Reconstruction: The Final Plan
XXXIII. Reconstruction: The Working Out
XXXIV. Three Troubled States
XXXV. Reconstruction: The Last Act
XXXVI. Regeneration
XXXVII. Armstrong
XXXVIII. Evolution
XXXIX. Ebb and Flow
XL. Looking Forward
Index

Title:The Negro and the Nation: A History of American Slavery and EnfranchisementFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 3, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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