No white people serve adusky ruler, and no aristocratic class is black.
As in the sphere of men, so in the sphere of ants — colour appears to be an outward sign of sway.
A red ant makes the black ant toil for him, but no red ant has ever yet been found, except as an invader, in a black ant's nest.
A red ant may be slain in fight, but he will rather fall in war than live in the position of a slave.
yoked the Negroes, as the red ants yoke the black.
When a colony of Amazons need more serfs to drudge for them, they organise a foray, march into a black ant-hill, overturn and scatter the defending force, and carry off the eggs and grubs.
Old ants, likely to give trouble, are left behind.
So happened with Seminoles and Creeks.
stole or bought the Negro child.
A Negro who was used to a plantation could never fall into Indian ways.
He missed his meeting-house and village inn, his cane-brake and his evening dance.
If he were taken young, a Negro might be trained, as a black ant is trained, to be a useful drudge.