1908. The Leopard's Spots is the statement in historical outline of
the conditions from the enfranchisement of the Negro to his
disenfranchisement. The book begins: On the field of Appomattox
General Lee was waiting the return of a courier. His handsome face
was clouded by the deepening shadows of defeat. Rumors of surrender
had spread like wildfire, and the ranks of his once invincible army
were breaking into chaos. Suddenly the measured tread of a brigade
was heard marching into action, every movement quick with the
perfect discipline, the fire, and the passion of the first days of
the triumphant Confederacy. See other titles by this author
available from Kessinger Publishing.
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