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Subtitle: Changes.

Title: Weekly Anglo-African - August 31, 1861

Speaker or author: editor

Newspaper or publication: Weekly Anglo-African (1859 - 1862)

The writer points out that he believes the main difference between the races is the way they each handle life's difficulties. He tells his readers that while one class of people sees difficulty as something to triumph over, the other sees it as an insurmountable problem. He offers a couple of examples to prove his point.

Description of file(s): two scanned, two columned, newspaper pages

Subjects: Abolitionists--United States; African American abolitionists; Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery; United States--History--19th century

Keywords: army; Boston; class; contrabands; crime; Fort Lafayette; Fortress Monroe; institution; law; New York; North; Old Point Comfort; oppression; police; politics; prejudice; race; Slaveocracy; Slaveocracy; soldiers; Virginia; Washington

People: Berret, [James G.]; Bolding, John; Butler, Benjamin; Butler, Pierce; Hamlet, James; Kemble, Fanny; Long, Mr.; Sims, Mr.

Publication type: editorials; Newspapers

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