The Southern Planter, Vol. 70: February, 1909 (Classic Reprint) J. F. Jackson
Without centralized church authorities, American Protestantism was heavily reliant on the Bible, which was read in the standard 19th-century Reformed hermeneutic of "common sense", literal interpretation as if the Bible were speaking directly about the modern American situation instead of events that occurred in a much different context, millennia ago. By the mid-19th century this form of religion and Bible interpretation had become a dominant strand in American religious, moral and political discourse, almost serving as a de facto state religion.Crumpton, DAfter the Redeemers took control in the mid-1870s, Jim Crow laws were created to legally enforce racial segregation in public facilities and servicesAt approximately the point when tobacco labor needs began to increase, the mortality rate fell and all groups lived longerP1778 February 28, Lease & Release514-515 & 554-555, and Deed Book B, ppAll petitions, memorials, resolutions, propositions, or papers, relating in any way, or to any extent whatsoever, to the subject of slavery or the abolition of slavery, shall, without being either printed or referred, be laid on the table and that no further action whatever shall be had thereon.
Economic value of slavery to the Southin JSTOR ^ Hesseltine, William BNew York: Oxford University PressBonner, Thomas NThe gag rule, supported by Northern and Southern Democrats as well as some Southern Whigs, was passed with a vote of 117 to 68.See also: Three-fifths compromise and Hartford Convention The new [Confederate] Constitution has put at rest forever all the agitating questions relating to our peculiar institutionsAfrican slavery as it exists among usthe proper status of the negro in our form of civilization
concentrates on the poorest whites Otto, John SolomonOn May 1, 1833, President Andrew Jackson wrote, "the tariff was only a pretext, and disunion and southern confederacy the real objectISBN0-19-507681-8in JSTOR Childers, ChristopherPlain Folk and Gentry in a Slave Society: White Liberty and Black Slavery in Augusta's Hinterlands (1985) Hyde Jr., Samuel CMany Southern states held constitutional conventions in 1851 to consider the questions of nullification and secessionPhillip Pettypool was buried in Warren County, Georgia (16)Appraisement 2 September 1784Nevertheless, Congress retained the power to regulate the slave trade 5d8a9798ff