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Abraham Lincoln, the American Founding, and the Principles of the Republican Party
 
Abraham Lincoln's War Address
 
Address of George Williamson to the Texas Secession Convention
 
Address of William L. Harris
 
Address to the Slaves of the United States of America
 
Alec Stephen's Speech to the Georgia Legislature
 
Author Interview with Ronald C. White, Jr
 
Barbarism of Slavery
 
Buchanan's Fourth Annual Message
 
Calhoun's Southern Address
 
Charles Sumner, The Crime Against Kansas
 
Commissioner from South Carolina to Texas
 
Cooper Union Address
 
Davis – Inaugural Address
 
Davis Leaves the Senate
 
E.S. Dargan, in the Convention of Alabama
 
Emancipation Proclamation
 
Frederick Douglass – What to the Slave is the Fourth of July? [excerpt]
 
Frederick Douglass – What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?
 
Fulton Anderson to the Virginia Convention
 
Gov. Harris's Second Message
 
Gov. Pickens's Address to South Carolina
 
Henry Benning to the Virginia Convention
 
House Divided Speech by Abraham Lincoln
 
James Buchanan Inaugural Address, March 4, 1857
 
John Brown's Last Speech
 
John C. Calhoun on the Clay Compromise Measures - 1850
 
John C. Calhoun, Slavery a Positive Good, 6 February 1837
 
John Preston to the Virginia Convention
 
John Surratt's Lecture
 
Lincoln on Slavery – 1837
 
Lincoln on the Kansas-Nebraska Act
 
Lincoln Speech in New Haven, Connecticut
 
Lincoln Speech on the Dred Scott Decision
 
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
 
Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address
 
Lincoln's Speech at New Haven, Connecticut
 
Mann, Rep. Horace – Anti-Slavery Speech
 
Message of Governor Isham Harris to the Tennessee Assembly
 
Message of Jefferson Davis
 
Reflections on the Cornerstone Speech
 
Representative John H. Reagan, TX
 
Robert Toombs's Speech to the Georgia Legislature
 
Second Speech of Tennessee Governor Isham G. Harris
 
Slavery and States Rights
 
South Carolina's Address to the Slaveholding States
 
Thaddeus Stevens – Reconstruction Speech
 
The Confederate Cause And Its Defenders
 
The Cornerstone Speech
 
The Doom of Slavery
 
The False Prophets of American Conservatism
 
The Gettysburg Address
 
The Perils and Duty of the South
 
The Vindication Of The South
 
William Lloyd Garrison
 

Promoting a Greater Understanding of the Civil War