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Confederacy 101: Amazing Facts You Never Knew about America’s Oldest Political Tradition

Thanks to the ongoing efforts of progressives, the stunning facts about the relationship between conservatism and confederation have been all but lost. This book gives the reader a brief but jam-packed crash course on the history of confederation,  and Abraham Lincoln is revealed as a man completely unknown to most Americans; an unscrupulous demagogue and anti-Christian liberal who broke hundreds of laws; used money from the Yankee slave trade to fund his war; sanctioned the murder of both Southern blacks and harmless Southern noncombatants; had tens of thousands of innocent Northerners arrested, and sometimes tortured and executed without charge or trial; and more. Southern historians estimate that some 3 million Americans, of all races, died in direct consequence of his actions. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Confederate Flag Facts: What Every American Should Know about Dixie’s Southern Cross

Is the Confederate Battle Flag truly a symbol of “hatred, racism, and slavery,” as Liberals maintain?  Of course not.  It’s the opposite: it’s a symbol of Christian love, universal brotherhood, and freedom. More importantly it’s a sacred emblem of Southern heritage, history, and honor, one that every traditional Southerner is rightfully proud of. In this book, award-winning Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook corrects the many falsehoods fabricated by the anti-South movement about the South’s most famous ensign: the Starry Cross (the Confederate Battle Flag).  He provides the true history of the Confederate States of America and its three official flags: the Stars and Bars (the First National), the Stainless Banner (the Second National), and the Blood-Stained Banner (the Third National). – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Everything You Were Taught About American Slavery is Wrong. Ask a Southerner!

If you’re new to authentic Southern history, or you’re just fed up with the mountain of lies, slander, disinformation, and pro-North propaganda found in our South-bashing history books, this book will be a joyful revelation.  This book by award-winning author, Southern historian, and slavery scholar Lochlainn Seabrook decimates the fictitious, deceitful, purposefully misleading view of slavery churned out by Yankee mythologists, writers, filmmakers, and bloggers. Lavishly illustrated with over 500 rare and intriguing images, a helpful world slavery time line, and a detailed index of significant historical figures, the author lays out the truth about the “peculiar institution,” a truth that has been nefariously suppressed for centuries by enemies of the South and the politically correct. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Give This Book to a Yankee! A Southern Guide to the Civil War for Northerners

Lochlainn Seabrook has given traditional Southerners yet another book that rectifies many of the notoriously false Yankee myths floating around out there and makes Southerners genuinely proud to be Southern! This brief work is a loosely based “Reader’s Digest” version of his popular blockbuster, Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner! This book makes an excellent gift for your Northern friends, or even for fellow Southerners who have been inculcated with pro-North nonsense, and who need reeducating as to Dixie’s authentic history. Heavily researched and illustrated, this little book is an essential weapon anyone can use to defend Dixie and the Southern Cause, making it a must-have for traditional Southerners, Civil War buffs, and educators. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Battle of Fort Pillow: Yankee Myth, Confederate Fact

Yankee historians delight in calling Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest “the Butcher of Fort Pillow,” claiming that he led a “racist massacre” of surrendering black Union troops at the battle at Henning, Tennessee, on April 12, 1864.  This brief book blows the lid off what pro-North writers like to refer to as a “controversy,” but which was nothing more than an ordinary fight in which an overwhelming force (2,500 racially integrated Confederates) assaulted an indefensible fort filled with belligerent drunken soldiers (600 racially segregated Yankees) who refused to surrender. Readers will enjoy dozens of pages of new material, along with rare photos and illustrations, maps, official reports, and important eyewitness accounts by those at the scene. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Nathan Bedford Forrest: Southern Hero, American Patriot

Nathan Bedford Forrest’s critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked politician, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly. However, traditional unreconstructed writers know that General Forrest was none of these things. In fact, he was quite the opposite. Far from being an inhumane slave owner and trader, Forrest granted most of his servants their freedom even before Lincoln’s War.  Others he enlisted in his own command (half of dozen who served as his personal guards), then emancipated them in the fall of 1863 – the same year Lincoln issued his “military measure,” the fake and illegal Emancipation Proclamation (which freed no slaves in either the North or the South). – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Nathan Bedford Forrest and the Ku Klux Klan: Yankee Myth, Confederate Fact

If you think Nathan Bedford Forrest founded the Ku Klux Klan after the American Civil War, you’ve been deceived by anti-South historians! Don’t let the Liberal mainstream fool you. Learn the truth about one of America’s greatest figures and the patriotic anti-carpetbag organization that emerged after the War. Excerpted from Mr. Seabrook’s popular title A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest, this book contains over 100 pages of new material, along with rare photos and illustrations, official reports, and important eyewitness accounts by those who lived during the period from 1861 to 1877. Seabrook covers the Reconstruction era in detail, revealing the crimes, outrages, and unconstitutional activities of the Liberal North and its Radical South-hating politicians. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Slavery 101: Amazing Facts You Never Knew about America’s “Peculiar Institution”

If you got your knowledge of American slavery from school textbooks or mainstream history books, you can be sure that most of this information is not only incorrect, but was intentionally distorted and rewritten to conceal the truth. Why? Because the Liberal establishment does not want you to know that the American Civil War was not fought over slavery, that Abraham Lincoln was not the “Great Emancipator,” that American slavery got its start in the North, that the American abolition movement was born in the South, that true slavery was never practiced in the South, that white racism was far more severe in the North than in the South, and that hundreds of thousands of blacks fought for the Confederacy, among scores of other irrefutable facts. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Unquotable Abraham Lincoln: The President’s Quotes They Don’t Want You to Know!

If we’re to believe the nearly 20,000 books that have been written about President Lincoln by pro-North historians, he was an ardent abolitionist, a Bible-believing Christian, and a Constitution-loving conservative who headed the most ethical administration in U.S. history, preserved the Union, ended American slavery, and became the black man’s greatest champion. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Why does Lincoln continue to be annually voted America’s “best,” “favorite,” and “most important” president? The answer – well-known to Southerners for the past 150 years – is that the real Lincoln has been concealed from us by his worshipers, some who are uninformed, others who will stop at nothing to keep you from learning the truth. – by Lochlainn Seabrook

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American Terrorists: Lincoln’s Armies in the South

No one ever loved his country more than the Southerner who loved his short-lived Confederacy. The enormities the people of the South suffered for their experiment in liberty would be unbelievable except for the treasure trove of first-hand accounts they left us. From the long buried archives of Southern history, Mr. Grissom has unearthed letters, diaries, newspaper accounts of the 1860s, and personal recollections of those who survived the brutality of Lincoln’s armies as they burned, looted, tortured, molested, and murdered their way across Dixie. Here, in their own words, men, women, and children describe the violence. Some of these eyewitness accounts have never before been published, while others have not been in print for almost 140 years. – by Michael Andrew Grissom

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Abraham Lincoln: The Southern View

Nearly everything you’ve been taught about Abraham Lincoln comes from pro-North authors and publishers. But if you want to know who he really was, you’ll need to read about him from the South’s perspective. In Abraham Lincoln: The Southern View, award-winning author and Lincoln scholar Lochlainn Seabrook provides an in-depth look at our sixteenth president as seen through the eyes of Dixie. Revealed is a man completely unknown to most Americans, both North and South; an unscrupulous demagogue and anti-Christian liberal who broke hundreds of laws; ignored and even subverted the Constitution; used money from the Yankee slave trade to fund his war; sanctioned the murder of both Southern blacks (who would not enlist in the Union army) and harmless Southern noncombatants (including women and children); had tens of thousands of innocent Northerners arrested, imprisoned, and sometimes tortured and executed without charge or trial; rigged the 1860 and 1864 elections; confiscated and destroyed private property; censored governmental debate over secession; and more.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest

General Nathan Bedford Forrest was a brave and ingenious Confederate officer who won all but one of the battles he led; a philanthropist who gave generously to family, friends, and charities; and a humanitarian who not only spared the lives of numerous Yankees on the battlefield, but who freed his slaves years before Lincoln issued his fake and illegal Emancipation Proclamation. And unlike liberal Lincoln, who purposefully delayed abolition, hindered black social and political advancement, and campaigned throughout his life to have all blacks deported out of the U.S., after the War conservative Forrest crusaded to bring new African immigrants into the South – with full civil rights.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Carnton Plantation Ghost Stories

Used as a Confederate field hospital during the Battle of Franklin II in the fall of 1864, Carnton Plantation played a vital role in the American War for Southern Independence. Nearly 2,000 Confederate soldiers died in and around the home, leaving a psychic imprint of death, violence, fear, pain, and terror etched into its very walls. The result is that today Carnton is not only one of the nation’s most important historic homes, it is also Tennessee’s most haunted Civil War house.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Confederate Blood and Treasure: An Interview with Lochlainn Seabrook

Novelist James R. Elstad’s interview with award-winning Southern historian and Civil War scholar Lochlainn Seabrook took place between March and July 2015. Excerpted from Elstad’s book Questions From the North; Answers From the South, the interview is presented here in its entirety.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin

The Encyclopedia of the Battle of Franklin, by award-winning author, Civil War scholar, and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, is the ultimate guidebook for all those interested in this truly momentous conflict. For tourists it’s an imperative traveling companion; for Civil War buffs and scholars an indispensable reference; for history students an essential educational tool; and for the casual reader a fascinating chronicle of one of American history’s most significant political and military struggles.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!

In Everything You Were Taught About the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner!, popular Southern historian and award-winning author Lochlainn Seabrook sets the record straight on these and hundreds of other commonly misrepresented topics in this easy-to-read, well documented handbook on the American “Civil War.”-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Forrest! 99 Reasons to Love Nathan Bedford Forrest

If your knowledge of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest comes from mainstream pro-North history books, you’ve been deceived! For those who truly want to get to know the real man, award-winning Southern historian and Forrest scholar Lochlainn Seabrook has written Forrest! 99 Reasons To Love Nathan Bedford Forrest, his fifth book (of eight) on the celebrated Rebel chieftain.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Give ‘Em Hell Boys: The Complete Military Correspondance of Nathan Bedford Forrest

Nathan Bedford Forrest is best known for his role as a Confederate officer in the American War for Southern Independence. While most Forrest biographies discuss his military career in great detail, what they do not provide is the General’s own perspective of the conflict. In this one-of-a-kind book, Give ’Em Hell Boys!, Forrest scholar, Forrest relation, Southern historian, and award-winning author Lochlainn Seabrook handily remedies this situation.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Honest Jeff and Dishonest Abe: A Southern Children’s Guide to the Civil War

If you’re a Southern parent who’s fed up with the Yankee myths, distortions, lies, and anti-South propaganda your child is being taught at school about the Civil War, then Honest Jeff and Dishonest Abe is for you. Award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, one of the world’s leading pro-South writers, has created an incomparable guide specifically for Southern children, one that teaches them the Truth about Lincoln’s War – from the South’s perspective!-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Lincolnology: The Real Abraham Lincoln Revealed in His Own Words

There are two Abraham Lincolns: Lincoln the political celebrity, whose image has been carefully crafted by Lincoln scholars, biographers, and mythographers, and the true Lincoln, whose actual words are almost completely unknown to the general public. Why are they not known? Because they have been concealed, ignored, or misconstrued by Lincoln apologists. In some cases they have even actually been destroyed.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Saddle, Sword, and Gun: A Biography of Nathan Bedford Forrest For Teens

In this small but exciting information packed book, Saddle, Sword, and Gun, Forrest scholar and relative Lochlainn Seabrook takes an inside look at the fascinating life story of Southern hero Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. Written for teens and young adults (ages 13-18), Mr. Seabrook restores the legacy of one of American history’s greatest figures – a legacy tarnished by 150 years of Yankee lies, slander, and anti-South propaganda.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Alexander H. Stephens Reader

We are all very familiar with the Yankee version of the American “Civil War,” what we call the War for Southern Independence here in the South. Indeed, all of our accepted history books are written from the North’s point of view, with thousands of volumes alone dedicated to U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and his two vice presidents, Hannibal Hamlin and Andrew Johnson. But what about the Southern view of the War? And what about the Confederacy’s two greatest leaders, President Jefferson Davis and his second in command, Vice President Alexander H. Stephens?-by Lochlainn Seabrooks

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The Articles of Confederation Explained: A Clause by Clause Study of America’s First Constitution

Did you know that the United States of America began life as a confederacy, and that it was, in fact, officially called “the Confederacy” between 1781 and 1789? Did you know that for those eight years the U.S. technically operated as “the Confederate States of America,” and that because of this our first constitution was named “The Articles of Confederation”?-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Constitution of the Confederate States of America Explained

Patterned on the Constitution of the United States of America, the Constitution of the Confederate States of America was written during February and March 1861 by a committee of twelve Southern political leaders, whose states had recently seceded from the Union. A revolutionary document then as now, its writers and supporters hoped the CS Constitution would continue the conservative values of America’s first and purest constitution, the Articles of Confederation, which had been penned expressly for the new United States of America—officially known as the “Confederacy” from 1781 to 1789. Thus, in March 1861, the Southern Founding Fathers naturally named their new country the “Confederacy.”-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Great Impersonator: 99 Reasons to Dislike Abraham Lincoln

If you think Abraham Lincoln was a likeable person, think again! The truth is that unless you’re a dictator, a socialist, a racist, a warmonger, an outlaw, a sexist, or a left-wing progressive, you won’t find much about him that’s admirable.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Great Yankee Coverup: What the North Doesn’t Want You to Know About Lincoln’s War!

Whatever you were taught in school about the War Between the States is not only wrong, it’s an intentional fabrication to hide the truth. In his groundbreaking work, The Great Yankee Coverup: What the North Doesn’t Want You to Know About Lincoln’s War!, award-winning author, historian, and Civil War scholar Lochlainn Seabrook reveals a 150 year conspiracy to suppress the facts about the War, exploding hundreds of falsehoods and myths that have been presented to us as “true history.”-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The McGavocks of Carnton Plantation: A Southern History

This comprehensive exploration of the Celtic-American McGavocks and their beautiful Franklin, Tennessee, home is a “must read” for anyone interested in not only Carnton Plantation, but in the American Civil War, the South, and Tennessee history. In The McGavocks of Carnton Plantation, award-winning author, Southern historian, former Carnton docent, and McGavock relation Lochlainn Seabrook digs deep into the history of the McGavocks, providing facts, material, and topics that you will not find in any other book or hear on any historical tour.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Old Rebel: Robert E. Lee As He Was Seen By His Contemporaries

Why in the 21st Century should we care about “the Old Rebel” Robert E. Lee, a Victorian who was old fashioned even during his own time, and who died nearly 150 years ago? Why a book about how his peers saw him, when the world he lived in disappeared long ago, making his life and death seemingly meaningless to those of us living in the modern era? In The Old Rebel: Robert E. Lee As He Was Seen by His Contemporaries, award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, provides the answers: in our ever growing impersonal cyber age where we continue to distance ourselves not only from others, but from God and Nature as well, the Christ-like Southern gentleman Robert E. Lee is more relevant than ever before.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Quotable Alexander H. Stephens

Was Confederate Vice President Alexander H. Stephens really a “racist” Dixiecrat who believed that slavery was the “cornerstone” of the Confederacy, as pro-North writers assert? Was he actually guilty of “treason” against the U.S., an “anarchist” who should have been hanged for leading the secession of the Southern states? Of course not. And The Quotable Alexander H. Stephens, by award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, proves it!-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Quotable Jefferson Davis

Who was America’s most important Civil War president? For those of us who live in the South it wasn’t Abraham Lincoln, it was Jefferson Davis. If you’re not as familiar with Davis as you are with Lincoln, it’s not surprising: when the Northern victors rewrote the history of the Civil War, they glorified liberal Lincoln while all but ignoring conservative Davis.-by Lochlainn Seabrooks

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The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest  

Though Nathan Bedford Forrest was not a writer, had little formal education, never authored a book, and was not a professional speaker, he did leave us with a number of witty comments, profound words, and sublime statements. Award-winning author, Southern historian, and Forrest scholar Lochlainn Seabrook has gathered together some of the more memorable and impressive of these and forged them into a small but fascinating work: The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Quotable Robert E. Lee

Ask the average American who their favorite Civil War general is and you will invariably get the name of the blue-coated Union military hero Ulysses S. Grant. Victorian Yankees loved him so much they put his face on their fifty-dollar bill and made him president of the United States – twice. We in the South, however, prefer our Civil War generals in Confederate gray, and none wore it better, or more nobly and prouder, than Robert E. Lee.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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The Quotable Stonewall Jackson

According to the typical pro-North history book, General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson was a humorless slave-owner, a mediocre Confederate general, and a traitor to the United States, who fought to preserve slavery and take over the U.S. government. Here in the South we know that nothing could be further from the truth. Actually Jackson was a fun-loving father and husband, a superb military officer, and a non-slave owning Unionist who detested slavery and joined the Confederate army to preserve the original Constitution. But you needn’t take our word for it.-by Lochlainn Seabrook

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Women In Gray  

Learn the Truth about the War for Southern Independence from the women who lived through it! Most Civil War books focus only on its male participants, but award-winning Southern historian Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook covers both genders. Having penned over 30 books on the masculine side of the conflict, his positive, uplifting, inspiring, and educational book on Confederate females, unique in American literature, examines the feminine view of the War.Entitled Women in Gray: A Tribute to the Ladies Who Supported the Southern Confederacy, this pictorial tour de force will evoke the gamut of human emotion, from laughter and tears to awe and outrage, as the reader pours over some 600 photos and illustrations of Victorian Confederate women, most from the South, but many from the North and West as well. Along with this visual feast – which aids in preserving our country’s wonderful Confederate history – are included female-oriented reminiscences, stories, speeches, reports, poems, and obituaries regarding the Great War & the Southern Confederacy, covering the period from 1860 to 1918. Read in their own words the experiences, feelings, and views of the women who lived through both the War and Reconstruction, as well as those of their daughters and granddaughters, and discover the suppressed facts about Lincoln’s War, the Confederacy, and the Union for yourself.Women in Gray is perfect for Civil War museum stores and gift shops, historic homes, or any tourist hot spot connected to the War or American history. Makes a great personal gift as well. For the serious Civil War buff, scholar, and historian the book includes endnotes, a bibliography, and an index. This one-of-a-kind book is available in paperback and hardcover.

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Everything You Were Taught About African Americans & The Civil War Is Wrong. Ask A Southerner!

Everything You Were Taught About African Americans & The Civil War Is Wrong. Ask A Southerner!

Your history teachers lied to you! The American Civil War was not fought over slavery; genuine slavery was never practiced in the American South; Confederate President Jefferson Davis adopted a black child during the War and planned on abolishing slavery nearly a year before the Union did; and U.S. President Abraham Lincoln intended the Emancipation Proclamation to be temporary and spent his entire adult life trying to deport blacks “back to Africa.” These and a thousand other well researched but little known facts are clearly presented in Everything You Were Taught About African-Americans and the Civil War is Wrong, Ask a Southerner! by award-winning author and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook.Why have you never heard of these facts before? Because the Liberal enemies of the traditional, conservative South have been carefully suppressing them for the last 150 years. For if the truth were to get out, their fake “race war” would be exposed and the countless illegalities and crimes perpetuated by the North during Lincoln’s unconstitutional assault on the American people and their inalienable rights would be revealed.Mr. Seabrook divides his book into three convenient sections: “African-Americans Before Lincoln’s War,” “African-Americans During Lincoln’s War,” and “African-Americans After Lincoln’s War,” touching on a host of fascinating topics ranging from indigenous African slavery, white American slavery, and the birth of black American slavery in the North, to black Confederate soldiers, black KKK members, and the birth of the American abolition movement in the South.The book includes hundreds of rare illustrations and photos, scores of eyewitness accounts, copious endnotes, a comprehensive index, and an exhaustive bibliography. The result of decades of study, this important historically accurate work, with its emphasis on racial unification, is a must-read. Not just for Civil War buffs and scholars, but for anyone seeking a deeper and more factual understanding of African-Americans and the Civil War without an anti-South bias. You will never look at this conflict and its black and white participants the same way again! Available in paperback and hardcover, with a foreword by African-American educator Gregory Newson. Destined to become an American classic.

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Nathan Bedford Forrest & African-Americans. Yankee Myth. Confederate Fact

Nathan Bedford Forrest & African-Americans. Yankee Myth. Confederate Fact

According to Yankee historians Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest was a vicious redneck who detested blacks, beat his slaves, refused to fight alongside African-Americans, killed black Union soldiers on sight, committed a racist massacre at the Battle of Fort Pillow, and founded and led the Ku Klux Klan in an attempt to rid the South of blacks. Actually, the opposite is true. But Liberals, anti-South writers, and pro-North educators have done their best to make sure you never find out. Now all of that’s changed!In his enlightening book Nathan Bedford Forrest and African-Americans: Yankee Myth, Confederate Fact, award-winning author, Forrest scholar, and unreconstructed Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook reveals the facts about the great Confederate chieftain that have been suppressed for 150 years, debunking these and other Yankee myths that were long ago invented in order to taint Forrest’s reputation, demean the South, and hide the truth about Lincoln’s War from the public. Mr. Seabrook’s generously illustrated, clearly written work examines the five primary myths associated with Forrest and African-Americans, from the General’s alleged racism and his treatment of slaves, to his attitude toward black Confederates and his real relationship with the original KKK. The reader will learn, for example, that Forrest, while possessed of the characteristic European-American values and views of his day, was far from the monstrous bigot portrayed in our history books, and that he was, as he himself put it, “a friend of the colored race,” one who treated his slaves with respect and humanity, freed them long before Lincoln’s fake and illegal Emancipation Proclamation, enlisted 45 of them in his cavalry, and hand-picked seven to be his personal armed guards. Of his loyal and brave African-American soldiers Forrest publicly said: “These boys stayed with me for the entire war. Better Confederates did not live.”We also learn that there was no “racist massacre” at the Battle of Fort Pillow, that Forrest was neither the founder or the Grand Wizard of the KKK, that the Civil War Klan was not a racist organization (but an anti-carpetbag group with no connection to the modern KKK), and that thousands of African-Americans not only supported and even assisted the Civil War KKK, there was also an all-black Ku Klux Klan in Nashville, Tennessee.This one-of-a-kind book, Mr. Seabrook’s ninth on the General, blows the lid off the Yankee myths about Nathan Bedford Forrest and African-Americans. Includes an index, bibliography, reference notes, and a comprehensive appendices section. Though brief, this heavily researched study is a powerful educational tool that will forever alter the way you look at Forrest, Lincoln’s War, and the South. Destined to become a Southern classic.

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