The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 by Tim Madigan I don’t remember when I first learned about it. I had been studying the time between just after the Civil War, the so-called “Reconstruction” and The Harlem Renaissance of the early 1900’s. Between reading books, learning of Eric Foner (Professor and expert on the Reconstruction), and … More Tulsa, 1921. Race Riot or Massacre?
There seems to be a stereotype that ALL white people before the civil war owned slaves and lived like Scarlet O’Hara. This is not true. There were many poor white folks, immigrants, and descendants of criminals from England who populated the Southern United States before the Civil War. President Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln, lived … More Poor Whites in the South, before the Civil War
King David was very old, and getting ready to pass on to the next world, but he was not dead yet. He was still King. This story comes to us from 1 Kings Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. Adonijah delcared himself to be King. This was not King David’s choice, nor was it time yet … More The wrong king almost sat on the throne! #Bible #election