The American Prejudice Against Color

The American Prejudice Against Color
An Authentic Narrative, Showing How Easily The Nation Got Into An Uproar.

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The American Prejudice Against Color by active 1849-1853 Allen William G.

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1853

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The American Prejudice Against Color
An Authentic Narrative, Showing How Easily The Nation Got Into An Uproar.

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d companions of her youth, is not to be expected. Miss King had her struggles; and the letter written to me by her on the consummation of our engagement evinced their character, and also her grandeur and nobility of soul:--

"I have endeavoured to solve, honorably, conscientiously and judiciously, the greatest problem of human life; and God and the holy angels have assisted me in thus solving. Friends may forsake me, and the world prove false, but the sweet assurance that I have your most devoted love, and that that love will strengthen and increase in proportion as the regard of others may diminish, is the only return I ask."

What vows I uttered in the secret chambers of my heart as I read the above and similar passages of that letter, let the reader imagine who may be disposed to credit me with the least aptitude of appreciating whatsoever in human nature is grand and noble, or in the human spirit, which is lovely, and true, and beautiful, and of good report.

Throughout the letter there

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