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" ... the most notorious historical facts, to pretend that they are naturally inferior to the whites. It would seem, indeed, as I have hinted before, that if any race have a right to claim a sort of pre-eminence over others, on the fair and honourable ground... "
America: Or, A General Survey of the Political Situation of the Several ... - Page 217
by Alexander Hill Everett - 1827 - 364 pages
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American Quarterly Review, Issues 1-2

Robert Walsh - American literature - 1827
...European stock, he absolutely insists on their superiority, as the following passage may testify: " It would seem indeed, as I have hinted before, that...to stamp with the brand of essential degradation." After this grave culogium upon the character of our coloured brethren, we certainly were not prepared...
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An appeal in favor of that class of Americans called Africans

Lydia Maria Francis Child - Social Science - 1836 - 216 pages
...that if any race have a right claim to a sort of pre-eminence over others, on the fair and honorable ground of talents displayed, and benefits conferred,...necessary to add, that while the blacks were the leading raco in civilization and political power, there was no prejudice among the. whites against their color....
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The "negro pew": being an inquiry concerning the propriety of distinctions ...

Harvey Newcomb - African Americans - 1837 - 108 pages
...that if any race have a right claim to a sort of pre-eminence over others, on the fair and honorable ground of talents displayed, and benefits conferred,...there was no prejudice among the whites against their color. On the contrary, we find that the early Greeks regarded them as a superior variety of the human...
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History in Black: African-Americans in Search of an Ancient Past

Jacob Shavit - History - 2001 - 422 pages
...naturally inferior to whites; that 'if any race has a right to claim a sort of pre-eminence over others ... it is precisely this very one, which we take upon us, in the pride of temporary superiority, to stamp with the brand of essential degradation'. As to the future of the black...
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The American Quarterly Review, Issues 1-2

Robert Walsh - American literature - 1827
...the fair and honourable ground ol talents displayed and benefits conferred, it is precisely this rery one, which we take upon us, in the pride of a temporary superiority, to stamp with the brand oj essential degradation." After this grave eulogium upon the character of our coloured brethren, we...
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