parts of Cinaloa, Cohahuila, and Nueva Leon
, to the United States
The present boundaries of the Republic
will be enlarged by land enough to form six or seven new States, each State as big as New York.
The surface of the earth is passing into Anglo-Saxon
Yet, glorious and inspiring as this story of White Conquest
is, the warning on the wall is brief and stern.
The end is not yet come.
The peril of the fight is not yet past, and the White
successors of the Creeks
and Cherokees are unhappily still wasting some of their best strength and noblest passion on internal feuds.
Disaster in the past, menace in the future, warn us to stand by our common race; our blood, law, language, science.
We are strong, but we are not immortal.
A house divided against itself must fall.
If we desire to see our free institutions perish, it is right that we should take the part of Red men, Black men, and Yellow men against our White
If we wish to see order and freedom, science and civilization preserved, we shall give our first thought