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Slavery, secession, and southern history

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Published by University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States,
  • Southern States.
    • Subjects:
    • Slavery -- Southern States -- History.,
    • Secession -- Southern States.,
    • Southern States -- History -- 1775-1865.,
    • Southern States -- Social conditions -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Robert Louis Paquette and Louis A. Ferleger.
      ContributionsPaquette, Robert L., 1951-, Ferleger, Lou.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE441 .S646 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 229 p. :
      Number of Pages229
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL46497M
      ISBN 100813919517, 0813919525
      LC Control Number99045449

      The Southern Cross: The Story of the Confederacy’s First Battle Flag Chronicles the history of the design and creation of a flag that became the prototype for the famous Confederate battle flags. The hand-stitched silk flag with gold painted stars was borne by the Fifth Company of the Washington Artillery of New Orleans through the Battles of. Buy a cheap copy of Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession book by Charles B. Dew. In late and early , state-appointed commissioners traveled the length and breadth of the slave South carrying a fervent message in pursuit of a clear goal: Free shipping over $

      The first of a four part series by Marian Publications examining the great American conflict of the midth century. A unique examination and presentation from a traditional Catholic historical perspective wherein author Adam Miller examines the cultural, political, and circumstantial causes of what is known as the Civil War, and does so from the Catholic and biblical view of authority.   Charles Dew’s Apostles of Disunion has established itself as a modern classic and an indispensable account of the Southern states’ secession from the Union. Addressing topics still hotly debated among historians and the public at large more than a century and a half after the Civil War, the book offers a compelling and clearly substantiated argument that slavery and race were at the heart 5/5(1).

        The History Of Secession Movements In The U.S. Explored In 'Break It Up' Author Richard Kreitner tells NPR he didn't write his book as a prescription, but that "if . However, the modern prevailing view is that the Southern Confederacy was a nation based on, and fighting for, slavery. This view allows no other reason for secession, and thus equates Confederate heritage with racism and slavery. Making out that the Civil War was "about" slavery also has the advantage of being quick, clean, and easy to write.


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Slavery, secession, and southern history Download PDF EPUB FB2

Slavery, Secession, and Southern History advances these and other debates by bringing together ten original interpretive essays by twelve prominent scholars.

Perhaps no historian has had greater impact on the study of the antebellum South during the past quarter century than Eugene Genovese. The authors assembled for this volume engage 5/5(1).

For generations, Civil War historians have debated the causes of our great national conflict. They have argued about the centrality of slavery to disunion, the nature of master-slave relations in the Old South, and the impact of the war on postbellum race relations, politics, and culture.

Slavery, Secession, and Southern History advances these and other debates by bringing together ten. Slavery, Secession, and Southern History advances these and other debates by bringing together ten original interpretive essays by twelve prominent scholars.

Perhaps no historian has had greater impact on the study of the antebellum South during the Brand: University of Virginia. Changing views of slavery in the United States south: the role of Eugene D. Genovese / Robert William Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman --The problem of slavery / David Brion Davis --The drivers shall lead them: image and reality in slave resistance / Robert And southern history book.

Paquette --How the low country was taken to task: slave-labor organization in coastal. One word summarizes this book’s place in the massive literature on the Great Secession Winter of – indispensable." —Charles B. Dew, author of Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the Civil War "It is hard to imagine a more timely collection of s: 6.

Beginning with the second sentence of its Declaration of Secession, Georgia made it clear that slavery was the force behind secession: “For the last ten years we have had numerous and serious causes of complaint against our non-slave-holding confederate States with reference to the subject of African slavery.

On February 2, Slavery, Texas declared its decision to be “based upon the unnatural feeling of hostility to these Southern States and their beneficent and patriarchal system of African slavery, proclaiming the debasing doctrine of equality of all men, irrespective of race or color—a doctrine at war with nature, in opposition to the experience.

The following year, it was flags. The UDC, with schools' permission, also conducted essay contests on topics like "The Origin of the Ku Klux Klan" and "The Right of Secession." Submissions were routinely in the thousands.

But the UDC's primary focus was on insuring that Southern schools used only those history books loyal to the Lost Cause. Secession Movement (U.S. Civil War): Selected full-text books and articles A Union Indivisible: Secession and the Politics of Slavery in the Border States By Michael D.

Robinson University of North Carolina Press, (2nd edition). An illustration from the book The Negro in American History, written by John W. Cromwell, depicts the brutality of the slave trade. In the late. Confronting Civil War Revisionism: Why the South Went To War. The rewriting of history in any area is possible only if: (1) the public does not know enough about specific events to object when a wrong view is introduced; or (2) the discovery of previously unknown historical material brings to light new facts that require a correction of the previous view.

However, historical revisionism. The Confederate vice-president, Alexander H. Stephens, had said in a speech at Savannah on Mathat slavery was “the immediate cause of the late rupture and the present revolution” of Southern independence.

The United States, said Stephens, had been founded in on the false idea that all men are created equal. The South had a large black population inmostly slave but some free, and these men and women held a diverse set of opinions, just as the white population did.

Simply playing the odds will tell us that someone among the four million black men, women and children in the South would choose to support secession.

Cobb recounts how infor instance, University of Florida history professor Enoch Banks wrote an essay for the New York Independent suggesting that slavery was the cause of secession; Banks.

The authors of this collection offer their book in tribute to Eugene D. Genovese. Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman write the introduction, an evenhandedCited by: 8. Mississippi: context & slavery 93%. Texas: context, military protection & slavery 81%. South Carolina: context & slavery 61%.

With the exception of South Carolina which pitched its declaration toward encouraging other states to secede, all other causes combined range from 7% to 21% of the reasons given for secession. All We Ask is to be Let Alone is the only book on secession you will ever need to refute critics of the South.

This is a significant work that is destined to become another one of the Colonel’s “Southern classics,” and which will help preserve authentic Southern history for future generations.

Available in paperback and hardcover. Kreitner’s new book, Break It Up: Secession, Division, and the Secret History of America’s Imperfect Union, is an extremely readable, ambitiously wide-ranging history of all the times. The upshot: As cotton became the backbone of the Southern economy, slavery drove impressive profits.

The benefits of cotton produced by enslaved. The Truth of Southern History Is Going to Be Told by Gene Kizer, Jr. (This article comes from the last section of my book, Slavery Was Not the Cause of the War Between the States, The Irrefutable Argument., available on this website. That section is entitled “Author’s Final Assessment”.) Any historian who does not think the impending annihilation of the Northern economy in the spring of.

Secession had a long history in the United States—but as a threat rather than as an actual dissolution of the Union. Pro-secessionists found philosophical justification for altering or abolishing a government and instituting a new one in the Declaration of specifically, those who held that the Union was simply a compact among the states argued that states could secede from.

As South Carolina was the first to secede, its secession document probably was the model for other states. If so, this is the avenue by which court historians, that is, those who replace real history with fake history, turn the war into a war over slavery.As we all know, the Southern states seceded because they believed that the president-elect Lincoln was an abolitionist and would ultimately ban slavery quickly.

So, South Carolina seceded, and it wasn’t long before other Southern states would secede and become the Confederate States. Now that’s where the secession issue came in.