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A Confederate Plan For Arming The Slaves
 
Abraham Lincoln's Fourth of July Address
 
Abraham Lincoln's Religious Beliefs
 
African Slavery In America - Thomas Paine
 
After the Civil War State of Blacks
 
Anthony Benezet
 
Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
 
Beginnings of the Miscegenation of the Whites and Blacks
 
Bleeding Kansas
 
Causes of the Civil War – A Balanced Answer
 
Causes of the Civil War – A North Georgia Perspective
 
Causes of the Civil War – The Fire-Eaters
 
Compromise of 1850
 
Dealing with Slavery
 
Dred Scott Case Background
 
Dred Scott Democratic Reaction
 
Dred Scott Impact of Dred Scott
 
Dred Scott In the Federal Judicial System
 
Dred Scott Introduction
 
Dred Scott Republican Reactions
 
Dred Scott The Supreme Court's Decision
 
Early Civil Rights Struggles School Integration in Universities
 
Economic History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century – Slave Labor
 
Escape From Slavery, 1838
 
Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811 - 1896)
 
Houston, John Woolman's Efforts in Behalf of Freedom
 
Jefferson Davis' Farewell
 
John Quincy Adams Gag Rule Tactics
 
Legal Justification of the South in Secession
 
Lincoln Papers Lincoln Assassination Introduction
 
Lincoln the Realist
 
Lincoln's Faith in God
 
Lincoln's Religious Belief
 
Mr. Lincoln and Freedom
 
Mr. Lincoln's Commitment to the Founders
 
My Escape From Slavery
 
Nat Turner
 
Origin Of The Civil War
 
Ownership of Fort Sumter
 
Plessy v. Ferguson
 
Prosser Rebellion – First Major Slave Insurrection
 
Protective Tariffs – Benefits For The North
 
Reconstruction
 
Reminiscences Of The Civil War
 
Slavery and Conversion in the American Colonies
 
Slavery and Exclusion Laws in Oregon
 
Slavery and the Beginnings of Industrialism in the American Colonies
 
Slavery In The Civil War Era
 
South Carolina Secedes – The First To Act
 
That Dark And Bloody Ground, The Kentucky Campaign of 1861
 
The African American – A Journey from Slavery to Freedom
 
The Alternative – A Separate Nationality, Or the Africanization of the South
 
The Beginnings of the European Slave Trade
 
The Caning of Senator Charles Sumner
 
The Emancipation Proclamation – An Act of Justice
 
The Evolution of the Slave Status in American Democracy
 
The First Wave of Secession
 
The Gettysburg National Military Park Virtual Tour
 
The Kentucky Sharpshooters
 
The Lincoln Assassination – New Information-New Meaning
 
The Missouri Compromise
 
The Myth Of The Confederacy
 
The Peculiar Institution of American Slavery
 
The Red River Campaign
 
The Rise of Slavery
 
The Work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts among the Negroes
 
To Live Like a Slave
 
Tocqueville's North
 
Understanding Southern Tensions Towards The North
 
Was Abraham Lincoln a Christian
 
Women Soldiers of the Civil War – 1
 
Women Soldiers of the Civil War – 2
 
Women Soldiers of the Civil War – 3
 

Promoting a Greater Understanding of the Civil War