Part 3 of my Black History mini-series is now online

Historians have long debated the reasons behind the demise of slavery (and everything else that lead to the civil war in America) however, there is one VERY controversial theory that rarely gets discussed. By far, this is the most controversial episode in the series. Make sure you are sitting down when you watch this one. (You’ve been warned.)
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  • Liberty, the fair maid of Kansas – in the hands of “Border Ruffians” | Teach US History
  • The Forgotten Cause of the Civil War: A New Look at the Slavery Issue: Lawrence R. Tenzer: 9780962834806: Books
  • The Two Lives of Sally Miller: A Case of Mistaken Racial Identity in Antebellum New Orleans: Professor Carol Wilson
  • What did the Wilmot Proviso indicate about the North’s attitude toward slavery? | eNotes
  • Our Documents – Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)
  • Quadroon – Wikipedia
  • The ‘white’ slave children of New Orleans: Images of pale mixed-race slaves used to drum up sympathy among wealthy donors in 1860s
  • Slavery = Bad Economics
  • Three Fifths Compromise – constitution |
  • Difference Between Southern and Northern States before the Civil War | Difference Between
  • Haitian Revolution (1791-1804) | The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed
  • Black History – The Gullah Wars
  • The Amistad Mutiny, 1839 | The Black Past: Remembered and Reclaimed

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