Skip to main content

Archive:

Books by Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery

Books by 
Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery


Price $9.99
($4.00 shipping)
Published 2013
49 pages
 ISBN# - 978-0-9898399-0-7 
Purchase at: livinginthelandofcotton.com/books




Price $15.99
($4.00 shipping)
Published 2014 
158 pages
ISBN# 978-09898399-5-2



Price $19.99
($4.00 shipping)
Published 2016
272 pages
 ISBN# - 978-1-942806-00-4



Price $15.99
($4.00 shipping)
Published 2016
155 pages
 ISBN# - 978-0-9898399-0-7

Living in the Land of Cotton Biography Series



Price $7.99
($3.00 shipping)
Published 2017
29 pages
ISBN# 978-1-94806-12-7
Purchase at: livinginthelandofcotton.com/book-series



Price $7.99
($3.00 shipping)
Published 2017
25 pages
ISBN# 978-1-942806-13-4 
Purchase at: livinginthelandofcotton.com/book-series



Price $7.99
($3.00 shipping)
Published 2018
36 pages
ISBN# 978-1-942806-14-1 

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Origin of the Confederate Battle Flag

Origin of the Confederate Battle Flag


[The facts concerning the origin of the battle flag contained in this article are derived from a speech by General Beauregard before a special meeting of Louisiana Division, Army of Northern Virginia Association, December 6, 1878.—EDITOR.]
This banner, the witness and inspiration of many victories, which was proudly borne on every field from enemy. General Beauregard was momentarily expecting help from the right, and the uncertainty and anxiety of this hour amounted to anguish.
Still the column pressed on. Calling a staff officer, General Beauregard instructed him to go at once to General Johnston, at the Lewis house, and say that the enemy were receiving heavy re-enforcements, that the troops on the plateau were very much scattered, and that he would be compelled to retire to the Lewis house and there reform hoping that the troops ordered up from the right would arrive in time to enable him to establish and hold the new line.
Meanwhile, the unknown t…

Was the War Between the States Fought Over Slavery? By Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery

Was the War Between the States Fought Over Slavery? By Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery

True or false? Abraham Lincoln gave us the answer. When asked in March of 1861 by a newspaper reporter at a Virginia Compromise Delegation, “Why not let the South go?” Abraham Lincoln replied, “Let the South go? Let the South go! Where then shall we gain our revenues?” 1 Why would President Lincoln say such a thing? Well, it’s because he was alluding to the fact that the South paid 85 percent of the tax (Tariffs) burden of the nation. Lincoln sensed total financial ruin for the North so he waged war on the South.
In fact, the notion that the war was fought over slavery is so far from the truth and yet this interpretation has taught so many generations a deceptive lie. Even across the Atlantic Ocean in England, Charles Dickens, in 1862 said, “The Northern onslaught upon slavery was no more than a piece of specious humbug designed to conceal its desire for economic control of the Southern states. Secession by …

Julia Ward Howe and the Battle Hymn of the Republic by Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery

Julia Ward Howe and the Battle Hymn of the Republic by  Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery
For more than 150 years there has been a concerted, consistent teaching of the Northern Yankee interpretation, of what they call the “Civil War.” This effort has been met with great success. In the 1845 Noah Webster’s Dictionary, there are two words that we need to re-familiarize ourselves with: “➀ Propagandism: The art or practice of propagating tenets or principles. ➁ Propagandist: A person who devotes himself to the spread of any system of principles.” 1 This is what has taken place for these past 150 plus years. The practice of propagating tenets or principles of this so called Civil War. After all, we know well, to the victor, they have the privilege to interpret the history of this brutal war. They tell us they were the good guys.
From the book entitled “Famous Leaders Among Women,” published in 1895, we are told that “Julia Ward Howe has used her high social position and brilliant talents for the goo…