Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
It was natural that the Virginia college should concern themselves with the all-important subject of slavery in the sixty years' interval of the widespread discussion which cumulated in one of the most bitter and distressing struggles that the United States has ever experienced. For, had not Virginia always taken the foremost stand in any matter concerning the South's welfare, and was not her heartfelt anxiety representative of all her fellow states?
Tyler, Katherine, "Indication of the attitude of Virginia colleges toward the institution of slavery, 1800-1860" (1924). Honors Theses. 1050.