Penn State History Department holds the distinction of being the first University to acknowledge the research in the book "Extinguish the Flames of Racial Prejudice - The Fort Pillow Massacre" by David Ndilei.
UF LEGAL INFORMATION CENTER General Collection E476.17 .N44 1996
The BOOK: "Extinguish the flames of racial prejudice - The Fort Pillow Massacre," first edition, is still available at the Levin Law Library. They have the distinction of being the First law library to purchase the book. More than 450 footnotes. Its history on slavery is unique.
The book is found at E441 .N34 in the Closed Stacks location.
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More than 450 footnotes detailing the history behind the Massacre at Fort Pillow Tennessee.
Author/Researcher, David Ndilei, is 76 years old. Due to his age, health, and volunteer activities, and his desire to stay out of the social and political issues of our day, is looking for a phd Candidate or Student of Civil War History that is willing to carry forward his research.
First: The phd candidate or student of civil war history will receive FREE:
Extinguish the Flames of Racial Prejudice - The Fort Pillow Massacre, 2nd Edition
The Person or the Skin
Domestic Breeding - Americas hidden Shame
Second: From among those responding, one will be chosen.
Third: The one chosen will receive all research, and my help as a consultant.
Fourth: Profits will be shared. Includes movie and mass marketing rights
Looking for a phd candidate or student studying Civil War history.