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The Negroes in negroland; the Negroes in America; and Negroes generally. Also, the several races of white men, considered as the involuntary and predestined supplanters of the black races. A compilation,

Author: Hinton Rowan Helper
Publisher: New York, G.W. Carleton, 1868.
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Helper, Hinton Rowan, 1829-1909.
Negroes in negroland.
New York, G.W. Carleton, 1868
(OCoLC)615364611
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hinton Rowan Helper
OCLC Number: 1904536
Description: xiv, 254 pages 18 cm
Contents: Cannibalism in negroland --
Human butcheries and human sacrifices in negroland --
Human skulls as sacred relics and ornaments in negroland --
Blood-thirstiness and barbarity of Negroes in negroland --
Slavery and the slave-trade in negroland --
Heathenish superstition and witchcraft in negroland --
Fetichism, priestcraft and idolatry in negroland --
Rain doctors and other doctors in negroland --
Nakedness, shamelessness and prostitution in negroland --
Drunkeness and debauchery in negroland --
Night carousals and noisy and nonsensical actions in negroland --
Inhospitality to strangers, begging, extortion and robbery in negroland --
Wrangling, lawlessness, penury and misery in negroland --
Theft as a fine art among the Africans --
Lying as an accomplishment among the Africans --
Duplicity and venality of the Negroes in negroland --
Revolting voracity and gluttony of the Negroes in negroland --
Dislike of their own color by the Negroes in negroland --
Courtship, marriage and concubinage in negroland --
Mumbo jumbo in negroland --
Funeral and burial rites in negroland --
Indolence and improvidence of the Negroes --
Timidity and cowardice of the Negroes --
African anecdotes --
Utter failure and inutility of all missionary enterprises in negroland --
Miscellaneous peculiarities, manners, habits and customs of the Negroes in negroland --
Huts, hovels and holes (but no houses) in negroland --
Gradual decrease and probable extinction of the black race --
Natural, repulsive and irreconcilable points of difference, physical, mental and moral, between the whites and the blacks --
American writers on the Negro --
Mulattoes, the offspring of crimes against nature --
Albinos, white Negroes and other creatures of preternatural whiteness --
Increasing pre-eminence and predominance of the white races --
Appendix I. Radicalism in the South, its black and blighting sway / by Hinton Rowan Helper --
Appendix II. Indenticalness of the sentiment and scope of The impending crisis of the South and Nojoque. A letter from Mr. Helper.
Responsibility: by Hinton Rowan Helper.

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