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The Negro and the Nation; a history of American slavery and enfranchisement.

Author: George Spring Merriam
Publisher: New York, Negro Universities Press [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Spring Merriam
ISBN: 0837113113 9780837113111
OCLC Number: 13705
Notes: Reprint of the 1906 ed.
Description: iv, 436 pages 23 cm
Contents: 1. How slavery grew in America --
2. The acts of the father --
3. Conflict and compromise --
4. The widening rift --
5. Calhoun and Garrison --
6. Birney, Channing and Webster --
7. The underlying forces --
8. The Mexican war --
9. How to deal with the territories --
10. The compromise of 1850 --
11. A lull and a retrospect --
12. Slavery as it was --
13. The struggle for Kansas --
14. "Fremont and freedom" --
15. Three typical southerners --
16. Some northern leaders --
17. Dred Scott and Lecompton --
18. John Brown --
19. Abraham Lincoln --
20. The election of 1860 --
21. Face to face --
22. How they differed --
23. Why they fought --
24. On Niagara's brink - and over --
25. The civil war --
26. Emancipation begun --
27. Emancipation achieved --
28. Reconstruction: experiments and ideals --
29. Reconstruction: the first plan --
30. Congress and the "black codes" --
31. Reconstruction: the second plan --
32. Reconstruction: the final plan --
33. Reconstruction: the working out --
34. Three troubled states --
35. Reconstruction: the last act --
36. Regeneration --
37. Armstrong --
38. Evolution --
39. Ebb and flow --
40. Looking forward.

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