abe lincoln just couldn’t hide behind that halloween mask forever could he.

Here’s how a northerner “Unmasked” the guud ol’ boy from Illinois.

http://dixieoutfitters.com/p/lincoln-unmasked?ol=no&pi=2670&ri=2669

3 thoughts on “abe lincoln just couldn’t hide behind that halloween mask forever could he.

  1. “By the time their brief stay in Madison had ended, Sherman, Howard and Slocum were giving sober thought to a problem which had been growing steadily since they left Atlanta. What were they going to do with the hordes of Negroes who wanted to march with the troops to what they knew vaguely as “freedom?” In their confused minds they had generated and blossomed the firm belief that all they had to do when the Yankees came along was fall into line, with their squalling babies, their bleating, barking animals and their variegated personal possessions and follow the liberators to Paradise. At almost every crossroads community, and indeed at almost every plantation, there would be droves of them, eager, ready and waiting to join the procession. Many read deep religious meaning into the events they were witnessing. To them these marching men in blue were agents of God sent to earth to end their earthly troubles.(Poor Souls-the believers)

    It never occurred to them that they might not be wanted or that there might not be enough food for both them and the army. Nor did they give a thought to where they would go, how they would be treated once they got there or what would happen to them eventually in that strange land in the North about which they had been dreaming, but about which they knew nothing. It took some strong talk to dissuade them from going along. Many who went anyhow soon wished they hadn’t.
    They (Sherman’s troops-Bummers) spread desolation broadcast—taking everything in their way in the breadth of about 20 miles. Corn, fodder, meal, flour, horses, mules, hogs, cattle, sheep, poultry of every description, servants that could be enticed and forced off, and these in great numbers, (were taken)…we heard of a great many private dwellings, gin houses, and much cotton burnt by the enemy on their different routes—some within sight; also that several private citizens were shot….In the country, families were frequently ill-treated and their houses sacked.
    http://dixieoutfitters.com/p/emancipation-in-georgia?ol=no&pi=2670&ri=2669

  2. From, “The Gray Book.” The letter is mentioned on page 36. I have the book and will read you what it says. It says, “Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy, declared that the South was not fighting for slavery, and in fact he embarked on the enterprise of secession believeing that he would as a consequence lose his slaves, for he wrote his wife in February, 1861. “In any case our slave property will eventually be lost.” That is to say, whether successful or not in establishing the Southern Confederacy.”

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    Mrs. Davis: “The letter is mentioned on page 36. It says, “Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy, declared that the South was not fighting for slavery, and in fact he embarked on the enterprise of secession believeing that he would as a consequence lose his slaves, for he wrote his wife in February, 1861. “In any case our slave property will eventually be lost.” That is to say, whether successful or not in establishing the Southern Confederacy.”

    [size= small]No matter how hard the northern historians try, they will never hide the truth about the Republo-Lincoln war of northern aggression on their Sovereign neighboring country in violation of their own Constitution and Bill of Rights. Deo Vindice – Resurgam[/size]

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