Slavery - After The War download album
Cover Illustration: . Giger, Safari 973 Photo Slavery by Andrés Padilla. Logo Slavery by Jimmy Ponce. Translation by Mónica Cornejo. All Music & Lyrics Written and Composed by Slavery. Recording information: Produced by Claudio Váquez & Slavery.
SLAVERY - "After the war" Gimnasio Nataniel - 1996. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 11 нояб. 2008 г. SLAVERY - Gimnasio Nataniel - 1996.
Description: Length, Продолжительность:00:21:13. Tracks, Треклист: 01 - After the War 02 - Fucking Religion 03 - Lost In Myself 04 - Out Indecent.
Slavery in America didn’t end with the Emancipation Proclamation. It lived on--even after the Civil War had ended and the 13th Amendment had been put into. Brazil lured Confederate slave owners after the Civil War. Slavery was still legal there, and it was in wider swing than it ever had been in the US. About five million slaves had been sent across the Atlantic to Brazil-more than 10 times the number that had been sent to the US. For many Confederates, that was a selling point.
Song titles on artwork in Japanese; on disc in English. Disc holding part of the jewel case is an opaque bone white. With OBI. Includes insert sheet with lyrics in English and liner notes in Japanese.
Cotton had been grown here since, 1621, and some exportation of it is said to have occurred in 1747. Within five years after Whitney's invention, cotton displaced indigo as the great southern staple, and the slave States had become the cotton-field of the world. So profitable was slavery to vast numbers of individuals because of this its new status, that men would not notice how, after all, it militated against the nation's supreme interests.
In this chapter it tells a story about slavery before and after the Civil War. It explains the United States provision of slavery and how some people were misled on who ended slavery, how it was Abraham Lincoln and not John brown who was hung later in 1859 for his crimes.
After slavery, government across the South instituted laws known as Black Codes. These laws granted certain legal rights to blacks, including the right to marry, own property, and sue in court, but the Codes also made it illegal for blacks to serve on juries, testify against whites, or serve in state militias. The Civil war began with the attack at Fort Sumter, which was a union outpost in the confederate states. The began bombing the fort because the confederates had warned the union about keeping outposts in the confederacy in the confederacy. When the battle ended the southern army was victorious. The Klu Klux Klan was founded by General Nathan Bedford Forest as a political group aimed at returning the south to the "antebellum", (before the war) period. The KKK soon became more violent and caused General Forest to leave the group.
|A1||After The War|
|B1||Lost In Myself|
NotesReleased in 1994 originally only on Tape Format.
- Pro Tape, Pro printed covers
- Lyrics printed on back.
Cover Illustration: H.R. Giger, Safari 973
Photo Slavery by Andrés Padilla.
Logo Slavery by Jimmy Ponce.
Translation by Mónica Cornejo.
All Music & Lyrics Written and Composed by Slavery.
Produced by Claudio Váquez & Slavery.
Engineered and Mixed by Jose Luis Corral at Studios Rec, in February 1994, Santiago, Chile.
Mastered by Sony Music-Santiago.