Lochlainn Seabrook

Newson Publishing is offering A special combination sale package, one; a book named”, ask a Southerner” And a 25″ x 22″ limited numbered lithograph edition print of the cover artwork illustrated and signed by Gregory Newson.

This world famous historian, author has 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.

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 or to use a more digestible term repatriation 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.

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! There’s only two types of people in this world. Those who “Know and don’t know”, And I’m not talking about black and white.