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Anti-Black newspaper from shortly after the Civil lWar...



Item # 639534

October 12, 1867

WEST AND SOUTH, Cincinnati, Oct. 1, 1867

* Rare pro-white title

An uncommon newspaper which lasted less than 3 years, with a racist focus, noting on the bkpg: "...We have resisted the clamor of the war...We have resisted abolition as well as consolidation. We assert the palpable difference of raves & claim that ours is infinitely superior..." and much more (see). The editorial: "The Negro Amendment Vote" includes: "...There is literally no end to it; no good end certainly that can be foreseen or predicted...".
Small engraving of two hands shaking in the masthead. Eight pages, damp stain in the top quadrant.

Category: Post-Civil War

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