Ulysses S. Grant Quote

The great bulk of the legal voters of the South were men who owned no slaves; their homes were generally in the hills and poor country; their facilities for educating their children, even up to the point of reading and writing, were very limited; their interest in the contest was very meagre—what there was, if they had been capable of seeing it, was with the North; they too needed emancipation.


Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant: (ed. Best Books on, 1885) - ISBN: 9781623768584

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The great bulk of the legal voters of the South were men who owned no slaves; their homes were generally in the hills and poor country; their...

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The great bulk of the legal voters of the South were men who owned no slaves; their homes were generally in the hills and poor country; their...

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The great bulk of the legal voters of the South were men who owned no slaves; their homes were generally in the hills and poor country; their...

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The great bulk of the legal voters of the South were men who owned no slaves; their homes were generally in the hills and poor country; their...