The progress and intelligence of Americans;
collateral proof of slavery, from the first to the eleventh chapter of Genesis, as founded on organic law; and from the fact of Christ being a Caucasian, owing to his peculiar parentage; progress of slavery south and south-west, with free labor advancing, through the acquisition of territory; advantages enumerated and explained.
|Main Author:||Wheat, M. T.|
[Louisville, Ky., 1863]
Slavery > Slavery / United States > Slavery / United States / Controversial literature.
Binder's title: Wheat's Philosophy of slavery.
vi, -595, xx p.
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