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1 online resource (ix, 251 pages) : illustrations, map
Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-241) and index.
Consists of a biographical essay on Henry Hotze; his contributions to Mobile newspapers during his military service in 1861; his correspondence with Confederate officials during his service in London; articles he published in London to influence British and European opinion; and his correspondence with, and published work in support of, Gobineau.
Henry Hotze, Confederate propagandist -- Three months in the Confederate Army -- Cadet letters to the Mobile Register -- "Apology" to the Tribune -- Henry Hotze's commission -- "Washington's Birthday" leader -- "The question of recognition of the Confederate States" -- Index on recognition -- Ebb and flow of recognition : diplomatic and personal correspondence -- Primer on southern society -- Genius of the editor -- Plan to take the Index to America -- Excerpt from "Analytical introduction and copious historical notes" -- "The position and treatment of women among the various races of men as proof of their moral and intellectual diversity" -- Register reviews Moral and intellectual diversity of races -- Letters to Gobineau -- Index on racialism -- Original descriptive roll of the Mobile cadets, Company A, Third Alabama Regiment Infantry.
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Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 19th century. Soldiers -- Alabama -- Biography. Racism -- Philosophy. Gobineau, Arthur -- comte de -- 1816-1882 -- Political and social views. Propaganda.
Works. Selections. 2008
Print version: Hotze, Henry, 1833-1887. Selections. 2008. Henry Hotze, Confederate propagandist. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2008 9780817316204 0817316205 (DLC) 2007046799 (OCoLC)182779089
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