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"The Bittersweet Bond Race Relations in the Old South As Described by White and Black Southerners"


By Lochlainn Seabrook
414 pages - Illustrated


Award winning author, Lochlainn Seabrook, has compiled nearly 500 excerpts from early American letters, speeches, articles, essays, stories, reminiscences, poems, and obituaries that debunk the Left’s many anti-South slavery myths while proving mainstream history books wrong. 


Densely illustrated with hundreds of rare and out of print images and photos, this timely work brings the long-silenced voices of Victorian Southerners back to life, revealing vital historical facts that have been suppressed by enemies of the South and the Truth for over 150 years.


Seabrook’s poignant, hand-selected, first-person accounts by European Americans, African Americans, men, women, youth, and even several Yankees, provide authentic details about Southern slavery, plantation life, and the War for Southern Independence, as they were actually experienced by 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-Century Southerners — both free and enslaved. 


This enlightening authoritative work includes an index, bibliography, endnotes, appendices, and a compelling introduction. Printed on 50 lb creme paper.


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"The Bittersweet Bond"

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