Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery and Secession by Beverley B. Munford

Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery and Secession

byBeverley B. Munford

Kobo ebook | June 25, 2014

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CONTENTS (abridged list)
The Author's Preface
Part I
Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery
and Secession Defined
I.    Introduction    
II.    Virginia—Slavery and Secession    
Part II
Virginia Did Not Secede in Order to Extend Slavery
into the Territories, or to Prevent its Threatened
Destruction Within Her Own Borders
III.    Virginia's Colonial Record with Respect to Slavery    
IV.    Virginia's Statute Abolishing the African Slave Trade    
    and Her Part in Enacting the Ordinance of 1787    
V.    Slavery and the Federal Constitution—    
    Virginia's Position    
VI.    The Foreign Slave Trade—    
    Virginia's Efforts to Abolish It
VII.    Some Virginia Statutes with Respect to Slavery    
VIII.    The Movement in the Virginia Legislature of 1832    
    to Abolish Slavery in the State    
IX.    The Northern Abolitionists and Their Reactionary    
    Influence upon Anti-Slavery Sentiment in Virginia    
X.    Negro Colonization—State and National    
Part IV
The Attempt of the Federal Government to Coerce
the Cotton States—The Proximate Cause of
Virginia's Secession
XXXVIII.    The Coercion of the Cotton States—    
    Virginia's Position    
XXXIX.    The Contest in the Virginia Convention for and    
    against Secession    
XL.    The Contest in the Virginia Convention for and    
    against Secession. Concluded    
XLI.    The Attempted Reinforcement of Fort Sumter and    
    its Significance    
XLII.    The Attempt to Coerce the Cotton States Impels    
    Virginia to Secede    
XLIII.    Conclusion    

Title:Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery and SecessionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 25, 2014Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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