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William Hepworth Dixon, White Conquest: Volume 2, Chapter 13: Black ascendancy. (search)
whim. He comes and goes as fancy prompts-one week in Missouri, next week in Tennessee, a third week on the Gulf. Turkey is trying to settle some of her Arab tribes, but she has met so far with no success. Russia's attempt to colonize her steppe led her into serfage, and three hundred years of iron discipline were needed ere her rulers thought the Russ people broken of their ancient wandering habits. Are the Africans yet prepared for settlement? You cannot fix a free Sioux, or a free Apache on the soil. A Red man cannot live in competition with a White neighbour. Has the Negro strength enough to stand alone? Under servitude the Black men grew in numbers; under freedom the Red men fell in numbers. Will the Black men under freedom fail as the Red men fail? Have the good and pious men who gave the Negro freedom, only issued, in their ignorance of nature's rules, an edict for his slow but sure extermination from the soil? Be sure of one thing, says Colonel Binfield, a Sout