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James Madison on the Abolition of Slavery (1819) Web versionJames Madison on the Abolition of Slavery (1819) Web version
I have recd your letter of the 3d instant, requesting such hints as may have occurred to me on the subject of an eventual extinguishment of slavery in the U. S
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Hungary a short History C. A. Macartney d. Litt. (1895-1978)Hungary a short History C. A. Macartney d. Litt. (1895-1978)
They are, of course, blameless for any errors of fact which have escaped their scrutiny, and for interpretations and judgments which reflect a view of Hungarian history, and of many persons and processes in it
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Review of Books September 22, 1994Review of Books September 22, 1994
There is a danger that in the confrontation between apocalyptic pessimism, on the one hand, and a dismissive smugness, on the other, a genuine understanding of the nature of the population problem may be lost.(1)
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Scotland and the great war: a revision guideScotland and the great war: a revision guide
Diseases such as measles and whooping cough less dangerous by the early 20th century
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An introduction to migration and empireAn introduction to migration and empire
Australia, Canada and parts of the British Empire. Many of these emigrants were young. Although the origins of this dispersal have been popularly thought to have been rural, a result of the Highland Clearances
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Chapter 10: The South and Slavery, 1790s–1850s Chapter Review american communities cotton Communities in the Old SouthwestChapter 10: The South and Slavery, 1790s–1850s Chapter Review american communities cotton Communities in the Old Southwest
New lands in the Old Southwest offered opportunities for planters but also caused many tensions through the forcible relocation of slaves to the newly settled territories
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