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In this set of letters is a letter written by Henry Highland Garnet to Maria W. Chapman on the subject of his contentious address to the National Convention of Colored People in Buffalo in 1843. The letter begins on page 378.
(Radio broadcast with images of author's article in Time magazine. Runtime: 24:23, February 1, 2018) In this interview discussing Henry Highland Garnet, professor of history Paul Ortiz offers insight on the politics of Garnet, solidarity between African-Americans and Mexicans before the Civil War, and the recruitment of African-Americans during the War.