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Frederick Douglass: America’s Prophet | Book Review

Today is the bicentennial of the birth of Frederick Douglass. Born a slave in 1818 on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Douglass escaped slavery in 1838, fleeing to New York but eventually settling in Massachusetts. 876 more words

Book Reviews

More Border Difficulties

More Border Difficulties

A letter from Vernon County, Missouri, of 16 August, states that a notorious abolition scoundrel named Pickle and a member of Montgomery’s band, who have recently been depredating on both sides of the line, has been apprehended and is now in custody in Vernon County. 138 more words

1859

Look out for Horace Greeley!!

Look out for Horace Greeley!!

SYLVIA, August 31, 1859

MESSRS EDITORS: – It is rumored here that Horace Greely intends, on his return from his expedition to the west, to visit the niggers in the Cherokee and Creek Nations, to look after their condition. 73 more words

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The Cherokee Council and Abolitionism

The Cherokee Council

The names of the members of the Cherokee Legislature, elected on the first Monday in August last have been published in this paper. 256 more words

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The ethics of enslaving cell nuclei for free energy as written by an abolitionist.

This is entirely theoretical, but within the realm of possibility. Inside all mammalian and plant cells exist organelles which produce energy and create what is essentially a zero point energy reaction inside of the cell wall during the Krebs cycle. 285 more words

Essays

More Amalgamation

MORE AMALGAMATION – The Detroit Free Press relates to particulars of the most disgraceful case of amalgamation, elopement and exposure that we have heard of for many a day. 583 more words

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