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Mississippi 2017 Bicentennial

"Mississippi 2017 Bicentennial"
Slave Ancestral Reunion Research & Planning Resource Guide)
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TWELVE YEARS A SLAVE

Narrative Of Solomon Northup, A Citizen Of New-York, Kidnapped In Washington City In 1841 And Rescued In 1853, From A Cotton Plantation Near The Red River In Louisiana.

Solomon Northup (b. 1808)

Copy of the original publication in 1853

 

 

 

 

    The 1868 Constitution of the State of Mississippi

    Adopted in Convention 15th day of May, A. D. 1868, and Ratified by the People 1st day of December, A. D. 1869.

    "To the end that justice be established, public order maintained, and liberty perpetuated, we, the people of the State of Mississippi, grateful to Almighty God for the free exercise of the right to choose our own form of government, do ordain this Constitution:"

    For the first time in Mississippi history, African Americans, including former slaves, participated in the writing of Mississippi's 1868 Constitution.

 

 

Official Opinion on the Election of 1873

    African Americans, including former slaves, had participated in Mississippi's elections, this generated an Official Opinion on the Election of 1873, by J. S. MORRIS, Attorney General of Mississippi.

 

 

 

"The Chisolm Massacre" A Picture of "Home Rule"

in Mississippi (1878), by James M. Wells.

 

 

 

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN or LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY   

        by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Vol. I, 1852)



UNCLE TOM'S CABIN or LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY                 

 by Harriet Beecher Stowe (Vol. II, 1852)



A KEY to UNCLE TOM'S CABIN

Presenting the Original, FACTS AND DOCUMENTS, UPON WHICH THE STORY IS FOUNDED,

Together with Corroboratible Statements Verifying

THE TRUTH OF THE WORK                                            

by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (1853)

 

 

 

UP FROM SLAVERY, AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY

By Booker T. Washington (1901)
This volume is dedicated to my Wife, Mrs. Margaret James Washington, And to my Brother, Mr. John H. Washington "Whose patience, fidelity, and hard work have gone far to make the work at Tuskegee successful!"

 

 

 

 


  THIRTY YEARS A SLAVE

From Bandage to Freedom, THE INSTITUTION OF SLAVERY AS SEEN ON THE PLANTATION and IN THE HOME OF THE PLANTER, AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LOUIS HUGHES (1897)