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THE SLAVE TAG By Robert Buckley
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He was a black man from Tennessee and they were three white teenagers from Iowa who killed him and took the only thing he ever treasured – his great grandfather’s slave tag.His family... More > never heard from him again. The year was 1940. Sixty years later a college grad student stumbles upon the unreported crime, decides to investigate it and quickly becomes immersed in its complexity. Joined by his college girlfriend they eventually identify the victim and his assailants, one of whom they are amazed to learn is still living– a Catholic priest who still has the tag in his possession. Urged on by this guilt-ridden man, the students accept the obligation to return the tag to the victim’s family – if they can only find them. Research leads them into the Deep South where they encounter a colorful collection of characters and embark on an adventure they could never have imagined.< Less
Jack O'Brien, A White Man's Slave Story By Gregory Walker
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Synopsis for Jack O'Brien Inspired by the church hymn, "Amazing Grace," Jack, a seaman joins the slave trade and witness the atrocities and brutalities of the business and decides... More > it's not for him. When he's accused of burning down the town saloon, he builds a coalition of his brother, Nate, Jed - a young, fast gunman, and Molly - a brazen, tough female and three runaway slaves. He proceeds to free the slaves on Wade's Plantation, a cruel, tyrannical, arrogant man who no one respects. After he blows up the plantation and the smoke from the bullets settle, he takes his people to a journey north fighting off posses, and with the aid of the Indians destroys the Army to cross Lake Erie to freedom using rafts and marries a beautiful black female who falls in love with him.< Less
Jack O'Brien, A White Man's Slave Story By Gregory Walker
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Synopsis for Jack O'Brien Inspired by the church hymn, "Amazing Grace," Jack, a seaman joins the slave trade and witness the atrocities and brutalities of the business and decides... More > it's not for him. When he's accused of burning down the town saloon, he builds a coalition of his brother, Nate, Jed - a young, fast gunman, and Molly - a brazen, tough female and three runaway slaves. He proceeds to free the slaves on Wade's Plantation, a cruel, tyrannical, arrogant man who no one respects. After he blows up the plantation and the smoke from the bullets settle, he takes his people to a journey north fighting off posses, and with the aid of the Indians destroys the Army to cross Lake Erie to freedom using rafts and marries a beautiful black female who falls in love with him.< Less
White Slavery in the Barbary States By Charles Sumner
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Written by one of America’s most famous slavery abolitionist activists of the mid-nineteenth century, this astonishing book provides a fascinating insight into a period of history now largely... More > suppressed from view by political correctness—the time when at least one million Europeans were seized and sold into slavery by the nonwhites of North Africa. The author provides a full background to the Islamic slave trade in white people and includes little-known details such as how the Muslim pirates even seized groups of Pilgrims on their way to North America.< Less
White Slavery in the Barbary States By Charles Sumner
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In the 1600's slavery around the world was in high demand. Men, women and children were kidnapped and forced into slavery. Many of these individuals in some estimates, more than 20 million, were... More > sent to Europe and North America. This book lists the life and terror some of the slaves received. Written in 1853, this book provides deep insight into the slave trade and the treatment of slaves. Much of what you will read may be harsh or bothersome to some. It is a realistic accurate account from the darkest history of mankind. With the publication of this book, hopefully slavery from around the world that is maintained today will end. Until all men are free, no one is free.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko, Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less
MEDICINE OF THE WHITE OWL By Donna Simko, Wendy Padilla
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Destiny is about to rush through the sleepy village of San Ramon forever changing the face of the American Southwest in 1850 as Apache, Pueblo, American and Spanish cultures collide, igniting... More > Northern New Mexico. With the collapsing of a silver mine in Northern Mexico, an urgent need for workers is created, sparking the Southwest slave trade. Thrust into the middle of this, the children of the mission in San Ramon realize they are in danger, and to survive they discover allies in unexpected places. An injured child from the mission seeks refuge in an ancient shaman’s cave where she discovers the power of the Owl . . . the ability to see truth in darkness. Rescued by a medicine woman from a local Pueblo, the child grows in wisdom. The child returns with her new found wisdom and aids the children of the mission who will have to choose between the values taught by the controlling Father Alcazar and the spiritual values of the Pueblo. There will be no middle ground.< Less
Barbarian Cruelty By Francis Brooks
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It was during the 1600s that Barbary corsairs—pirates from the Barbary Coast of North Africa were at their most active and terrible. With the full support of the Moorish rulers of North Africa,... More > these Muslim slavers raided southern Europe, the Atlantic European coast, Britain and Ireland almost at will. Most estimates indicate that by 1780, at least 1.2 million Europeans had been seized. Very few ever managed to escape, and most ended their days dying of starvation, disease, or maltreatment. This remarkable book, first published in 1693, contains one of the few genuine eye-witness accounts, written by a white slave who managed to escape. Its graphic description of the lot of white slaves, the Moorish relations with the Jews of North Africa, the conditions of the time and the author’s eventual escape, cast a dramatic and nowadays, oft-hidden light upon the time when whites were enslaved.< Less
The Barbary Rovers By John Finnemore
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The Barbary pirates operated for over 300 years from the time of the expulsion of the Moors from Spain in 1492 until the occupation of Algiers by France in 1831. More than one million Europeans were... More > seized in raids on Europe's coasts while citizens from every white nation whose ships sailed the seas, fell victim to the Muslim slave traders. This book, first published in a time when authors could speak freely, pulls no punches on the racial undertones to the North African slave trade, and provides a complete overview of the rise of the “Scourge of Christendom” until its destruction at the hands of combined European and American military strikes in the early nineteenth century. “Mr. Shaler, the American consul, saw them, and he remarked that the horrors of the negro slave trade were tender mercies when compared with the sufferings which were inflicted upon the inhabitants of Italy and Spain by these detestable barbarians."< Less
The Barbary Rovers  By John Finnemore
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The Barbary pirates operated for over 300 years from the time of the expulsion of the Moors from Spain in 1492 until the occupation of Algiers by France in 1831. More than one million Europeans were... More > seized in raids on Europe's coasts while citizens from every white nation whose ships sailed the seas, fell victim to the Muslim slave traders. This book, first published in a time when authors could speak freely, pulls no punches on the racial undertones to the North African slave trade, and provides a complete overview of the rise of the “Scourge of Christendom” until its destruction at the hands of combined European and American military strikes in the early nineteenth century. “Mr. Shaler, the American consul, saw them, and he remarked that the horrors of the negro slave trade were tender mercies when compared with the sufferings which were inflicted upon the inhabitants of Italy and Spain by these detestable barbarians."< Less