Confederate Truths: Documents of the Confederate & Neo-Confederate Tradition from 1787 to the Present.
The Gathering Storm
- Alabama legislature resolves to secede if a Republican is elected president
- Farewell Speech of Hon.A.H. Stephens Delivered in Augusta, Georgia on Saturday, July 2, 1859, Wishes to reopen the slave trade with Africa and carve more slave states out of Latin America
- Speech of Jefferson Davis before the Mississippi Legislature, Nov. 16, 1858,where he advocates secession if an abolitionist is elected president.
- Speech of Jefferson Davis in the City of New York, Palace Garden Meeting, Oct. 19, 1858, where he advocates lynching of abolitionists
- Speech of Jefferson Davis at the Portland Democratic Convention, August 24, 1858, praising his audience for maintaining white racial purity in contrast to Latin Americans who he denigrates for being racially mixed
- Resolutions of the 2nd Nashville Convention, Nov. 1850
- Threatening War Over Slavery in the Territories in the U.S. Senate, Feb. 18, 1850
- Georgia Platform of 1850
- Virginia Threatens to Break Up the Union Over the Wilmot Proviso, March 8, 1847
- Slave State Congressional Walkout Over Anti-Slavery Speech in U.S. House, They Secede from the U.S. House, Dec. 20 1837
- Mr. Pinckney Wishes to Save the Union from Abolitionist Petitions, Speech in the U.S. House, Feb. 8,1836
- South Carolina Asks That Non-Slaveholding States Make Abolitionist Societies Illegal, Dec. 16, 1835
- Threat of Civil War Over Abolitionist Petitions, March 16, 1790
- Threat of Civil War in Response to Abolition Petitions in the U.S. House, Feb. 12, 1790
- Debate Over Slavery at the Constitutional Convention, August 21-22, 1787.
- John Randolph of Roanoke Speaks on Latin American in the U.S. Senate, March 1-2, 1826