An Illustrated History of the USA by D.B. O'Callaghan

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Книга An Illustrated heritage of the us An Illustrated heritage of america Книги Исторические Автор: Bryn O'Callaghan Формат: pdf Размер: 49,7 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Иллюстрированная история США начиная с первых колонистов и до 90-х годов XX века.

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H e became wellknown for the extreme \\"JY in w hich he expressed his views . I Ic pri med, and sometimes invented. sensation al stories about how cr uelly black slaves were treated . lie attacked slave owne rs as ev il monsters, abo ut whom not hing good cou ld be said. Someti me, Garri son we nt too far even to r his fellow nort herners. In IH35 an ang ry mob showed its dislike of his opinions by para ding him throug h the stree ts of Boston w ith a rope aro und his neck. But Garrison refused to be silenc ed.

I Ic pri med, and sometimes invented. sensation al stories about how cr uelly black slaves were treated . lie attacked slave owne rs as ev il monsters, abo ut whom not hing good cou ld be said. Someti me, Garri son we nt too far even to r his fellow nort herners. In IH35 an ang ry mob showed its dislike of his opinions by para ding him throug h the stree ts of Boston w ith a rope aro und his neck. But Garrison refused to be silenc ed. Ilis bloo dthirsty calls for actio n and sensational stories cont inued to offend both the suppo rte rs of slave ry and those who wanted to bring it to an end peacefully .

Aft er the C ivil War H arriet Tubman lived in Au burn. New Yo rk . Here she worked to hel p children and old people. using the profits she earned from her autobiography to pay for her w ork. When she died in 1913, she had already become a legend. 49 - - 12 - - THE CIVI L WAR On March 4, 1~61. Abraha m Lincol n took th e oath ofoffi ce as President of the United States. Less than a mo m h ha d passed si nce rhc fo rmatio n ofthe Confederacy. In his inaugural address as President. Lincoln appealed to th e southe rn states to stay in th e Un io n .

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