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Charles Darwin Publishes 'Origin of the Species' Theorizing that Species Originated by Evolutionary Means

Charles Darwin Publishes ‘Origin of the Species’ Theorizing that Species Originated by Evolutionary Means

Charles Darwin published his thesis 'Origin of the Species' on November 24th, 1859 - after more than twenty years of waiting to formerly resurrect the age old theory that had never gained any ground prior to his publishing. Maybe it just needed the backing of an anti-Christian, Illuminist power behind it to attack the Biblical creation story and Judaeo-Christian belief that God is the creator of ...
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John Brown Raided the Federal Arsenal at Harper's Ferry to Obtain Arms for a Slave Insurrection

John Brown Raided the Federal Arsenal at Harper’s Ferry to Obtain Arms for a Slave Insurrection

Just after sundown on the evening of Sunday October 16, 1859 John Brown led a group of 21 men (16 white and 5 black) across the Potomac River from Maryland to Virginia. Their immediate objective was the capture of the cache of weapons stored at the U.S. Arsenal at Harpers Ferry. Brown's ultimate goal was to destroy the slave system of the South. The arms captured by ...
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Secret Document 'The Permanent Instructions of the Alta Vendita: A Masonic Blueprint for the Subversion of the Catholic Church' is Published

Secret Document ‘The Permanent Instructions of the Alta Vendita: A Masonic Blueprint for the Subversion of the Catholic Church’ is Published

The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita (commonly called the Alta Vendita) is a document, originally published in French in 1859, purportedly produced by the highest lodge of the Italian Carbonari and written by "Piccolo Tigre," codename for Giuseppe Mazzini. In his book 'Athanasius and the Church of Our Time', Bishop Rudolph Graber quoted a Freemason who declared that “the goal (of the Illuminati) is no longer ...
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US Supreme Court Rules on the Dred Scott Case, a Slave Seeking Freedom. Court Found that Slaves Were Property, Not Citizens, thus Had No Rights.

US Supreme Court Rules on the Dred Scott Case, a Slave Seeking Freedom. Court Found that Slaves Were Property, Not Citizens, thus Had No Rights.

In March 1857, in one of the most controversial events preceding the American Civil War (1861-65), the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in the case of Dred Scott v. Sanford. The case had been brought before the court by Dred Scott, a slave who had lived with his owner in a free state before returning to the slave state of Missouri. Having failed to purchase his ...
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A NY Tribune Article Suggests that Sharps Rifle was an "effective weapon to fight pro-slavery Democrats" and Becomes known as "Beecher's Bible"

A NY Tribune Article Suggests that Sharps Rifle was an “effective weapon to fight pro-slavery Democrats” and Becomes known as “Beecher’s Bible”

He was one of the most popular preachers in American in the middle 1800s. He was the brother of Harriett Beecher Stowe, who wrote the anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin in 1852. His name was Henry Ward Beecher. He purchased the chains that held John Brown in prison, dragging them across the stage and stomping on them as he preached against slavery. Beecher also supported women ...
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Communist Defector and Christian Convert Orestes Brownson: "The Great Object was to get Rid of Christianity, and to Convert our Churches into Halls of Science"

Communist Defector and Christian Convert Orestes Brownson: “The Great Object was to get Rid of Christianity, and to Convert our Churches into Halls of Science”

It has taken more than a century and a half for the government schools to degenerate into the militantly anti-Christian, nightmarish system that it is today. However, the socialist propagandists of the 1830s did indeed intend that their proposed system would take us to our present predicament. One of the architects of the public-school movement during that period was co-founder with Robert Dale Owen and Frances ...
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Abolitionist Frederick Douglass Gives Iconic "The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro" Speech

Abolitionist Frederick Douglass Gives Iconic “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” Speech

Frederick Douglass (1818-95) was a prominent American abolitionist, author and orator. Born a slave, Douglass escaped at age 20 and went on to become a world-renowned anti-slavery activist. His three autobiographies are considered important works of the slave narrative tradition as well as classics of American autobiography. Douglass’ work as a reformer ranged from his abolitionist activities in the early 1840s to his attacks on Jim ...
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Daniel Webster: The Dignity and Importance of History Speech: "The First Element in History is Truthfulness."

Daniel Webster: The Dignity and Importance of History Speech: “The First Element in History is Truthfulness.”

The Dignity and Importance of History February 23, 1852 Source: Shewmaker, 130-137 The object of your association [the Historical Society of New York], gentlemen, like that of others of similar character, is highly important. Historical societies are auxiliary to historical compositions. They collect the materials from which the great narrative of events is, in due time, to be framed. The transactions of public bodies, local histories, ...
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Abolitionist, Sojourner Truth, Delivers “Ain’t I a Woman?” Speech at the Women's Convention in Akron, Ohio

Abolitionist, Sojourner Truth, Delivers “Ain’t I a Woman?” Speech at the Women’s Convention in Akron, Ohio

Sojourner Truth was a slave-turned abolitionist. She became a Methodist and was called to ministry. Truth delivered a speech entitled “Ain’t I a Woman?” in 1851 that demanded equality for women and African Americans. As a preacher, she said that Jesus overcame her hatred of white people. Her faith gave her the ability to love everyone. The speech was briefly reported in two contemporary newspapers, and ...
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