Stone Collection: Volume 26 - Item 24
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24. William P. Calhoun, The Caucasian and the Negro in the United States. They Must Separate. If Not, then Extermination. A Proposed Solution: Colonization (Columbia, SC: R. L. Bryan Co., 1902). (171 p.)
White supremacist tract replete with anecdotes of black misbehavior, including many depictions of sexual assaults on white women. The author, whose picture appears as a frontispiece, urges the forced resettlement of African Americans somewhere other than in the South, such as in New Mexico.