1. […] be mentioned those of such gentlemen as William L. Yancey, Edmund W. Pettus, Joel Early Mathews, John T. Morgan, George R. Evans, George W. Gayle, Daniel S. Troy, C. C. Pegues, William Hunter, Charles G. […]

  2. You write that he was known for his effort to promote white supremacy then in the 3rd from last paragraph you state his voice and vote was heard on the side of human liberty and human advancement. Human liberty and human asvancement can not exist where there is white supremacy. Did he change?