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Southern Poets and Poems, Part XII

A Series by Clyde Wilson THEODORE O’HARA (1820-1867) of Kentucky. “The Bivouac of the Dead” is often thought of as related to The War of 1861-1865. Like the “Star-Spangled Banner” it was confiscated for the… »

Free Black Slaveowners

Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950), known as “The Father of Black History,” was born in Buckingham County, Virginia, the son of former slaves. He received his doctorate from Harvard, rose to prominence as a writer… »

Words of Wisdom

A review of Southern Scribblings (Red Mill Publishing, 2020) by Brion McClanahan In an age in which error, falsehood, and perversion are regaled by the politically correct, neo-Marxist as being America’s new normal, Brion McClanahan’s… »

The Remnant, Part II

Let us now praise famous men, and our fathers that begat us…All these were honoured in their generations, and were the glory of their times. There be of them, that have left a name behind… »

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Abbeville Institute Press

Abbeville Institute Press

Forthcoming–Chaining Down Leviathan, The American Dream of Self-Government 1776-1865.  Marco Bassani, Ph.D This is a study of American political thought between the secession from Britain and the War Between the States. This period was a… »

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