Member Blogs > Gothica Books'The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Emancipation,' by David Brion Davis –

  • Sun, 30 Mar 2014 02:51:30    Permalink

    In 1862, when Nathaniel Hawthorne headed south from New England to see the Civil War firsthand, he came upon a group of former slaves trudging northward. “They seemed a kind of creature by themselves, not altogether human,” he wrote, “but perhaps quite as good, and akin to the fauns and rustic deities of olden times.” “Whoever may be benefited by the results of this war,” he added, “it will not be the present generation of negroes.”

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