In the letter Mason and Dexter describe the climate, landscape, and business opportunities of the area: "No part of the United States offers greater encouragement to the adventurer, especially the agriculturist than Alabama. The country is yet new,...
The sender writes that his purpose is to bring to light the undeserved hatred of "Negro People South of the Mason and Dixon's line," and details some of the atrocities committed against African Americans in the South since slavery. He writes that...
Statement issued by James T. Mason, president of the Easonian Seminary, to the "Leaders of the White Race." In it Mason protests the mistreatment of African Americans: "This condition of affairs is becoming serious. Instead of the service rendered...
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