|Statement||by Howard R. Floan.|
|LC Classifications||F213 .F55 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 198 p.|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||72006774|
Get this from a library! The South in northern eyes, [Howard R Floan]. The South in Northern Eyes, to , Howard Floan Author Howard R. Floan noted the “tendency, stubbornly persistent even in our own time, to mistake the planter aristocracy for the entire South, to envision the Southerner simply as the slaveholder.”. The Abolitionists and the South, Book Description: Within the American antislavery movement, abolitionists were distinct from others in the movement in advocating, on the basis of moral principle, the immediate emancipation of slaves and equal rights for black people. Civil War and Reconstruction, – Library of Congress – A selection of interviews, photos, and maps that provide an overview of the North and the South in the Civil War and the life of the soldier. Civil War in the American South – Association of Southeastern Research Libraries – Primary : Kate Lennon-Walker.
The Abolitionists and the South The existence of indigenous antislavery politics in the upper South in the s and s inspired northern political abolitionists to ven ture into that region to establish newspapers, to help organize branches of northern antislavery parties, and to put proslavery poli ticians on the by: is a book about the Civil War, but it's unusual in that it is written through the lens of itself. It uses contemporary sources to paint a detailed and nuanced snapshot of the United States in the few months before and after the start of the war.4/5. The Militant South, Identifies the factors and causes of the South's festering propensity for aggression that contributed to the outbreak of the Civil War in /5. United States -- Politics and government -- United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Causes. farm-house, at once studiously plain and studiously tasteful, a bent figure, with white locks, came out to meet me. His eyes were the most gentle I ever recollect to have seen; there was a deep, clear peace in their expression.
Harrold explores the interaction of northern abolitionist, southern white emancipators, and southern black liberators in fostering a continuing antislavery focus on the South, and integrates southern antislavery action into an understanding of abolitionist reform by: Events January–March. January 1 – William Lloyd Garrison begins publishing The Liberator, an antislavery newspaper, in Boston, Massachusetts. March 18 – Cherokee Nation a: An injunction requested by the Cherokee nation, claiming that Georgia's state legislature had created laws which, "go directly to annihilate the Cherokees as a political society", is s: s, s, s, s, s. To a good many southerners the events of – have been known as “The War of Northern Aggression.” Never mind that the South took the initiative by seceding in defiance of an election of a president by a constitutional majority. Never mind that the . The Abolitionists and the South, [Harrold, Stanley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Abolitionists and the South, Skip to main contentCited by: