Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Fiske” in chapter 1.8, section c.1.8.346, page 127 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30.:
...o Captain John Hawkins for his escutcheon, when she knighted him as a reward for the benefit that he had conferred on Christendom in originating the slave trade from the coast of Africa to America.
John Fiske tells us the story.
But the Virginians knew the negro.
Although his industrial education on the Southern plantations had raised him far above the bloody and cannibalistic barbarism of his home ...
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