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Mr. Lincoln & the Negroes

the long road to equality.

by William O. Douglas

  • 328 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Atheneum in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Relations with African Americans.,
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Views on slavery.,
  • African Americans -- Legal status, laws, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Appendix (p. 117-232) contains texts of documents from 1776 to 1963.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE457.2 .D7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 237 p.
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5885584M
    LC Control Number63017851

      Noting the popularity of Mr. Bennett's book -- a best seller in black-interest bookstores -- the Lincoln scholar Allen Guelzo calls it ''an important marker of a longterm shift, and that is the Author: Joshua Wolf Shenk. Garrison called Lincoln's policy "stumbling, halting, prevaricating, irresolute, weak, besotted," and Phillips said Lincoln was "a first-rate second-rate man." An exchange of letters between Lincoln and Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune, in August of , gave Lincoln a chance to express his views.

      The Book of Negroes Staffel 1 Folge 3 - Duration: Madelaine Ste views. The Story of Catherine Weldon and Sitting Bull - . the Negroes. Nothing could be further from the truth. Lincoln freed the slaves so that they could be repatriated to Africa. Sev-eral times he spoke out against racial integration, and vociferously condemned the idea of having Negro American citizens. This little book fills in the gaps the regular History books File Size: KB.

      Historical thriller veteran Bayard (Lucky Strikes, , etc.) finds suspense in the three-cornered relationship of Mary Todd, her awkward but compelling suitor, Abraham Lincoln, and his closest companion, debonair Joshua to turn 21 when she arrives in Springfield in , Mary teeters on the brink of old-maidenhood. She’s too sharp-tongued and politically astute for the . Notes. A version of this paper was delivered at the Conference on Illinois History, Springfield, Illinois, Octo "Speech of H. Ford Douglass [sic]," Liberator (Boston), J "Meeting of the Colored Persons in Chicago," Daily Missouri Republican (St. Louis), Aug ; "Speech of H. Ford Douglass." After studying the debates between Lincoln and Douglas, an Author: Matthew Norman.


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Eminently creditable as history, the book raws frequently on letters and public documents of the times, and its interpretations seem well supported by these original sources. Lincoln & the Negroes: The Long Road to Equality. By William O.

Douglas. Published by Atheneum. Stated first edition. Hardcover, no dj, index, pp., Rating: % positive. OCLC Number: Notes: Appendix (p. )--contains texts of documents from to Description: xi, pages ; 22 cm: Responsibility. First published inLincoln and the Negro was the first book to examine in detail how Lincoln faced the problem of the status of black people in American democracy, and it remains unsurpassed.4/5.

Courting Mr. Lincoln is an essential read: it makes the past a human place.” —Christopher Bollen, author of The Destroyers “At its heart, Courting Mr. Lincoln is an intimate portrayal of this complicated and compassionate romantic triangle. By the end of the novel, who’s courting Lincoln remains a /5().

From the prizewinning author of Mr. Timothy and The Pale Blue Eye comes Courting Mr. Lincoln, the page-turning and surprising story of a young Abraham Lincoln and the two people who loved him best: a sparky, marriageable Mary Todd and Lincoln’s best friend, Joshua Speed.

When Mary Todd meets Abraham Lincoln in Springfield in the winter ofhe is on no one's shortlist t/5. Lincoln's Wife book.

Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lincoln's Wife, by Colver, Anne/5. Get this from a library. Lincoln & the Negroes; the long road to equality.

[William O Douglas] -- Using Lincoln's philosophy and Civil War activities as a focal poit, Justice Douglas reviews "the long struggle for racial equality in America Half of the book is an appendix containing the main. Full text of "Lincoln and the Matson negroes: a vista into the fugitive-slave days" See other formats h We do not take possession of our ideas, but are possessed by them.

They master us and force us into the arena, Where like gladiators we must fight for them.—Heine. Marvel is a revisionist military historian and possibly Southern. He has a very critical view of Lincoln's first year in office when he declared war and called up an army after the South fired on Fort Sumter/5.

“Mr. Lincoln opened his receptions to the ex-slaves, and I can well remember my mother taking me by the hand [about yrs old] and going to the White House to see the negroes Moses.

I shook hands with Mr. Lincoln, and remember the scene as though it was yesterday. Lincoln and Freedom. by Lewis E. Lehrman “I have always thought that all men should be free; but if any should be slaves it should be first those who desire it for themselves, and secondly, those who desire it for er [I] hear any one arguing for slavery I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally,” President Lincoln told an Indiana Regiment passing through.

"Ted Widmer's Lincoln On the Verge is an impressively vivid and intimate portrait of Abraham Lincoln on his historic train journey from Illinois to Washington D.C. (where he was sworn-in as America's 16th president).

With a deft blend of textured storytelling and fresh research Widmer recounts the widespread uncertainty and fear that Released on: Ap   It is a good article and did touch, slightly, on how the Democrats tried to brand the Republicans as supporters of racial equality.

Mr Young does fail to point out that it was the pro segregationist policies of the Democrat Party that ket the miscegenation laws on the books in the solid Democrat South till the end of the 60s and the election of Richard Nixon in When I told him of the danger and suffering of the Negroes occasioned by raids upon plantations, of the difficulty of exercising adequate authority and restraint over operations so extended and remote from the military posts, when I related the freedom with which the lessees interpreted and applied the orders issued by the Treasury, Mr.

Lincoln. It has stimulated and strengthened the belief there that Mr. LINCOLN, is an Abolitionist, -- that he is pledged to the extension of Slavery and to the elevation of the negro to a social and.

When Mary Todd meets Abraham Lincoln, he is on no one's shortlist to be president. Rough and reticent, he’s a country lawyer lacking money and manners, living above a dry goods shop, but with a gift for oratory.

Mary, a quick, self-possessed debutante with a tireless interest in debates and elections, at first finds him an enigma. It’s not long, though, before she sees the Lincoln that his.The Brooklyn Eagle, in a column titled "Mr.

Lincoln's Flight by Moonlight Alone," suggested the president deserved "the deepest disgrace that the crushing indignation of a whole people can inflict." The New York Tribune joked darkly, "Mr. Lincoln may live a hundred years without having so good a chance to die.".

Based on the award-winning novel by Lawrence Hill, The Book of Negroes tells the story of Aminata Diallo after her capture and the pain she endured as part of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.