reply to Senator Eustis"s late paper on race antagonism

by Atticus G. Haygood

Publisher: printed for the Open Letter Club in Nashville, Tenn

Written in English
Cover of: reply to Senator Eustis
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Subjects:

  • African Americans,
  • United States -- Race relations

Edition Notes

Other titlesSenator Eustis on the negro problem.
Statementby Rev. Atticus G. Haygood, D.D.
ContributionsEustis, James Biddle, 1834-1899.
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23368435M

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The North does not desire it, the Negro does not desire it, and we sincerely believe that a large share of the people of the South do not want it.

Rev. Haygood, the efficient agent of the Slater Fund, in a recent article in The Independent, in reply to Senator Eustis. voices, as we hope, the sentiments of thoughtful and influential.