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The Quaker Colonies

By: Sydney G. Fisher
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The Quaker Colonies

By: Sydney G. Fisher

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...... ...oup of Quakers to found colonies on the 2 THE QUAKER COLONIES Delaware in America. Forty years afterwards he wrote, "I had an opening of joy as to th... ... an opening of joy as to these parts in the year 1661 at Oxford." And with America and the Quakers, in spite of a brief youthful expe- rience as a sol... ... or near the Susquehanna's Fort." 1 Nothing could be done 1 James Bowden's History of the Friends in America, vol. I, p. 389. 6 THE QUAKER COLONIES i... ...ndages of earthly glory. For the sake of the picturesque- ness of colonial history it is perhaps a pity that this pious plan was never carried out. As... ... or Celtic names among them. These are the people usually known in English history as Ulstermen the same who made such a heroic defense of Londonderry...

Subject: History; HISTORIA; Geschiedenis; Histoire

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John Marshall and the Constitution

By: Edward S. Corwin

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...ducators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and r... ...... ...rds, slightly varied, may be applied Lo the Federal Judiciary created by the American Constitution, TheJudi- ciarv of the United States, though numeri... ...e Church was the voice of God, so the voice of the Court is the voice of the American people as this is recorded in the Constitution. The Hildebrand o... ...e wrought and whose power lie did so much to exalt. The first chapter in the history of John Marshall and his influence upon the laws of Ihe land must... ...RSHALL AND THE CONSTITUTION" constitutional duties on various occasions? The history of the German Empire has demonstrated that the principle of state... ...l, Pendleton, Wythe these are names whose Tame slill sur- vives wherever the history of the American Bar is cherished; and it was with their living be...

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My Last Will

By: Joe Hill

...). First printed in the Herald-Republican (Salt Lake City, Utah), November 18, 1915. Reprinted in Franklin Rosemont, Joe Hill: The IWW and the Mating of a Revolutionary Workingclass Counterculture: Profusely Illustrated (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 2002), p. 132....

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Red-Handed Murder : Negroes Wantonly Killed at Thibodaux, La.: Negroes Wantonly Killed at Thibodaux, La.

By: Anonymous Author
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National Liberation and Culture

By: Amilcar Cabral

...This text was originally delivered on February 20, 1970; as part of the Eduardo Mondlane (1) Memorial Lecture Series at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, under the auspices of The Program of Eastern African Studies. It was translated from the French by Maureen Webster....

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Bare Liberty

By: Matt R. Erickson

...As these proud and once-prosperous United States of America continue in tragic decline, Mark Evanston leaps back into action in the third and final installment of the Bald Justice series, Bare Liberty. Working with his colleagues at the Patriot Corps, Mark continues on wit...

...gators began closing in on him,” Terry offered. “And now I see you finally understand that I’m telling you all this so I can get a bigger thrill out of killing you next.” Mark had no time to try and process that information, but simply react, more aggressively than he had ever acted in his lifetime. Mark sprinted the few yards toward Terry with all the speed and determi...

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Remember Ludlow!

By: Julia May Courtney
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Dispatch on Texas Colonists

By: Miguel Barragan; Jose Maria Tornel

...Miguel Barragan, Dispatch on Texas Colonists (October 31, 1835). From a letter signed by Jose Maria Tornel, Miguel Barragan's secretary of war. Quoted in General Miguel A. Santhez Lamego, The Siege and Taking of the Alamo, trans. Consuelo Velasco (Santa Fe: The Press of The Territorian, 1968), pp. 14-15- From the Historical Archives of the Secretary of Nation...

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A Great Difference Between Red and White

By: Sagoyowatha Red Jacket

... Great Difference between Red and White is a speech written by Sago-Yo-Watha (Red Jacket), Iroquois, 1805 and published in Daniel Drake's book "Lives of Celebrated American Indians" (Boston, Bradbury, Soden & Co. 1843), 283–87....

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A Fundamental Necessity of the Revolution

By: Samora Machel

...Excerpts from the Opening Speech of the First Conference of Mozambican Women by Samora Moises Machel, president of FRELIMO, on March 4, 1973. Translated from Portuguese....

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The Negro is the Race Oppressed by All the Imperialists

By: Lamine Senghor

...ined committed to an independent Senegal. In 1927, shortly before his death in Paris he articulated that commitment in a speech before the conference of the League Against Imperialism that met in Brussels, Belgium. At the time he was president of the Comité de Defense de la Race Négre. That speech appears below....

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Remembering the Real Dragon : An Interview with George Jackson May 16 and June 29, 1971: An Interview with George Jackson May 16 and June 29, 1971

By: Ward Churchill, Editor; J.J. Vander Wall, Editor

...Interview by Karen Wald and published in Cages of Steel: The Politics Of Imprisonment In The United States (Edited by Ward Churchill and J.J. Vander Wall)...

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Raising Our Voices : Compiled articles and speeches: Compiled articles and speeches

By: Historyisaweapon Org, Compiler

A compilation of articles, poems, speeches, and other literary works on women's rights, economics, human rights, and a variety of topics.

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Declaration of Sentiments

By: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

...In 1848, a historic assembly of women gathered in Seneca Falls, New York, the home of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Stanton organized the Seneca Falls Convention with Lucretia Mott, who, like her, had been excluded from the World Anti-Slavery Convention in Lon...

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America

By: James Monroe Whitfield

"America" is a poem in American and Other Poems, published in 1853 by J.S. Leavitt.

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An Eyewitness Account of the Flour Riot in New York

By: Unknown Eyewitness

...An Eyewitness Account of the Flour Riot in New York (February 1837). First printed in the Commercial Register (New York, New York), February 14, 1837, and then in Niles' Weekly Register (Baltimore, Maryland), 5th series, voL 1, no. 26 (February 25...

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New York Mechanics Declaration of Independence

By: Peter Force, Editor

...New York Mechanics Declaration of Independence (May 29, 1776). In Peter Force, ed., American Archives: Consisting of A Collection of Authentick Records, State Papers, Debates, and Letters and Other Notices of Publick Affairs, the Whole Forming a Documentar...

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Letter Written by William Shirley to the Lords of Trade about the Knowles Riot

By: William Shirley

...Letter from William Shirley to the Lords of Trade (December 1, 1747). In Charles Henry Lincoln, ed., vol. 1 (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1912), pp. 412-17....

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Letter to President Washington

By: Big Tree, Cornplanter, and Half-Town (Seneca, 1790)

Source: Drake, Samuel. Biography and history of the Indians of North America, from its first discovery. Boston, B. B. Mussey, 1848.

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