Stone Collection: Volume 24 - Item 11
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11. Charles Gayarré, “The Southern Question,” North American Review (November-December, 1877): 472-98.
History of slavery in the South from its introduction, through emancipation, and followed by Reconstruction. “More than the artificial barrier between the Puritan and Cavalier, more than the climate, more than the peculiarities of the productions of the soil, more than the antagonism of commercial or other interests, it [slavery] made the South distinct from the North and West.” (The collection has another copy of this article in volume 20 [no. 7].)