Categories
American History

American Journal ~

American 🗽 History 📜

Categories
World History & Research Reports

(MAINE, USA.) #OnThisDay November 07: 1837: Parish Lovejoy was killed by a pro-slavery mob while defending the site of his anti-slavery newspaper St Louis Observer #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport- Nov.10: Lovejoy, who was born on November 9, 1802, in Albion, Maine, decided to seek his fortune in the Midwest after graduating from college. Short on funds, he walked to St. Louis, Missouri, where, over time, he became editor and part-owner of The St. Louis Times. …. #AceHistoryDesk says #OTD November.07: 1837: Newspaper the […]

Categories
Ace Daily News

(INDIA) Abrahamic Slavery Report: Has been the bane of human history where native populations have been treated with not just disdain but in the most inhumane manner by those who wielded power #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.03: However, Maratha Empire under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has the credit of being the first empire to abolish slavery as practiced by European invaders in Bharat. #AceDailyNews says according Hindupost News Report: Maratha empire was first in the world to abolish Abrahamic practice of slavery! Slavery under Islamic and European powers It was […]

Categories
World History & Research Reports

(AMERICA) Yale University Report: Who Is the Enslaved Child in This Portrait of the University’s Namesake? #AceHistoryDesk report

#AceHistoryReport – Oct.20: The painting shows four white men in costly 18th-century outfits posing around a table, with Yale at the center. As the men smoke and sip madeira, Yale’s grandchildren play in the field behind them…. #AceHistoryDesk say that according to Yale University scholars have yet to identify the young boy, but new research […]

Categories
World History & Research Reports

#OnThisDay 1859: Late on the night, John Brown and twenty-one armed followers stole into the town of Harper’s Ferry, Virginia, (now West Virginia) as most of its residents slept to overturn slavery #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.17: The men–among them three free blacks, one freed enslaved person, and one fugitive enslaved person–hoped to spark a rebellion of freed enslaved persons and to lead an “army of emancipation” to overturn the institution of slavery by force. To these ends the insurgents took some sixty prominent locals including Colonel Lewis Washington […]