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American Colonization Society: Growth of Auxiliaries, 1823-1828

August 7, 2015 by


Though I’m still gathering data, I figured I would go ahead and give something to consider, at least up to a point. As readers may recall, I presented some raw numbers on life members (as of 1847), and the places that these people represented doesn’t even begin to show how many places had active auxiliaries. […]

How all Northerners “then” weren’t really so out of touch with “being Southern”

November 14, 2010 by


It’s bad enough to hear some contemporary Southerners speak of Northerners as if it was still the time of the Civil War, but it’s even worse to hear Southerners speak of the people of the North from the time of the war, as if they could not, in the least bit, identify with the culture […]


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