Tag Archives: Slavery

Authentic History: Ku Klux Klan, 1865–1877

Authentic History: Ku Klux Klan, 1865–1877

By Susan Lawrence Davis. The only officially authorized history of the original Ku Klux Klan, written by the daughter of the founder of that organization in Alabama. Written to counteract the misrepresentations made about the original KKK and its activities, this now-suppressed book contains many astonishing “insider” insights, such as:
* The KKK was financed from England by the Jewish former Secretary of State for the Confederacy, Benjamin P. Judah (who fled the South at the end of the Civil War);

Lincoln’s Negro Policy

Lincoln’s Negro Policy

By E.S. Cox. Contrary to popular belief, Abraham Lincoln—and many other famous American politicians and Founding Fathers—regarded total physical racial separation and the repatriation of all blacks back to Africa… Read more »

The French Revolution in San Domingo

The French Revolution in San Domingo

By T Lothrop Stoddard. The shocking true story of the race war in the French colony of San Domingo, now called Haiti, which raged from 1789 to 1805. During this time, 450,000… Read more »

The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It

The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It

Writings on Race: volume I. By Hinton Rowan Helper. One of the most influential anti-slavery books in pre-Civil War America, this book was written by a Southerner who not only… Read more »

My Apingi Kingdom

My Apingi Kingdom

By Paul du Chaillu. The fourth classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Lost in the Jungle

Lost in the Jungle

By Paul du Chaillu. The third classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Wild Life Under the Equator

Wild Life Under the Equator

By Paul du Chaillu. The second classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Stories of the Gorilla Country

Stories of the Gorilla Country

By Paul du Chaillu. A classic study of West African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

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