The progress and intelligence of Americans; collateral proof of slavery, from the first to the eleventh chapter of Genesis, as founded on organic law; and from the fact of Christ being a Caucasian, owing to his peculiar parentage; progress of slavery south and south-west, with free labor advancing, through the acquisition of territory; advantages enumerated and explained. (Book, 1863) [WorldCat.org]
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The progress and intelligence of Americans; collateral proof of slavery, from the first to the eleventh chapter of Genesis, as founded on organic law; and from the fact of Christ being a Caucasian, owing to his peculiar parentage; progress of slavery south and south-west, with free labor advancing, through the acquisition of territory; advantages enumerated and explained. Preview this item
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The progress and intelligence of Americans; collateral proof of slavery, from the first to the eleventh chapter of Genesis, as founded on organic law; and from the fact of Christ being a Caucasian, owing to his peculiar parentage; progress of slavery south and south-west, with free labor advancing, through the acquisition of territory; advantages enumerated and explained.

Author: Marvin T Wheat
Publisher: [Louisville, Ky.], [1863]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d ed.View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wheat, Marvin T.
Progress and intelligence of Americans.
[Louisville, Ky., 1863]
(OCoLC)657168198
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin T Wheat
OCLC Number: 26328522
Notes: Binder's title: Wheat's Philosophy of slavery.
Description: vi, [5]-595, xx pages frontispiece (portrait) 23 cm

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