Home Up Contents Search

The Formative Years
Home Up Old News - Jefferson Old News -- Lincoln Old News - Richmond Old Church History RICHMOND is Fallen New York Times, April 1865 Babylon Is Fallen, Again Black Laws Summary The Formative Years The Bloods Frederick Douglass, Pre-Civil War Emancipation Proclamation Civil War Service by Population Messianic Christians Army of the Shenandoah The American Negro Black Man's Challenge Recrimination Proclamation Integration Proclamation Psychological Warfare Post Civil War Years

Mary Lee Brady, Ph.D.










The formative years in beginning of the 19th century included a sizeable number of ex-slaves gaining personal liberty in Virginia: and functional work skills, education and religious organization in that order of functional living.  The great Frederick Douglass and others of the 19th century, before and after the Civil War, long concluded that personal liberty was an end in itself. 

We have long perceived that too many, most writers have utterly missed the reality as to how goodness has ever come into existence, including organized religion or why men like  

Home ] Up ]

Email:                          Editors, More Mary Matters                                bradyenterpriseassociation@gmail.com
with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 2010 Brady Enterprise Association, Inc.
Last modified: 12/29/16