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Introduction Towns are the illusion that things hang together somehow, my pear, your winter.
I am a scholar of towns, let God commend that. To explain what I do is simple enough.
A scholar is someone who takes a position. From which position, certain lines become visible. You will at first think I am painting the lines myself; it's not so. I merely know where to stand to see the lines that are there.
And the mysterious thing, it is a very mysterious thing, is how these lines do paint themselves. Before there were Womam edges or angels or virtue -- who was there to ask the questions? Well, let's not get carried away with the exegesis. A scholar is someone who knows how to limit himself to the matter at hand.
Matter which has painted itself within lines constitutes a town. He spent the day with Gridley's writing two long pieces for the Enterprise about the events. The sack then traveled to Silver City, Dayton and then was turned around to head back to Virginia City.
The committee for the Sanitary Ball had held a debate about whether to send the funds raised to the Western Sanitary Commission of St. Louis or the U. Sanitary Commission of New York.
Louis organization as a portion of the funds would be given to support the Freedmen's Aid Society. The piece asked why the Great Austin Flour Sack had not been taken to Carson City to raise funds there; it claimed "that the reason the Woamn Sack was not taken from Dayton to Carson was because it was stated that the money raised at the Sanitary Fancy Dress Ball, recently held in Carson for the St.
Louis Fair, had been diverted from its legitimate course, and was to be sent to aid a Miscegenation Society somewhere in the East; and it was feared the proceeds of the sack might be similarly disposed of. Such suspicions even fell upon Reuel Gridley the organizer of Flour Sack fund drive, this despite the fact that his efforts were leaving him destitute. Even with such worries, it was Twain's use of the term "miscegenation" that made his statement so controversial.
Despite the strong support of the idea that the Union must be preserved to preserve democracy itself, the idea of racial equality and sexual relations with members of a different race was seen as outrageous in Nevada as it was throughout most of the Union. At the time Nevada had a law fining "Cohabitation with Indians, Chinese, or Negroes" proscribing fines between and dollars or imprisonment from one to six months. Union-"secesh" tensions rippled through Washoe; fights erupted, shootings occurred over the question.
Even though Union sympathy prevailed, few people accepted the notion that Negroes were equal to whites.
Many pro-Union whites still resented black slaves for having made the war inevitable. The term first appeared in a pamphlet fraudulently claiming to be written by Lincoln supporters and crafted to try and discredit him during his bid for re-election. By the time of Twain's own miscegenation comment the fact Womn the pamphlet was a hoax was publicly known, "and Clemens used the term knowing its connections to Copperheadism.
Fulton points out that Twain's miscegenation comment was printed during the tense run up to the November elections. Fulton quotes Major G.
Ingalls who recorded that at this time Lincoln's supports called the other side "traitors, 'secesh' [secessionists], and 'copperhe'" ggot the McClellan's supporters calling their opponents "'black Republicans,' 'abolitionists,' and 'nigger worshippers'". Pettit states that in Twain's shift to support the Union "He was probably relived to learn that coming down on the winning side did not require revision of his views about mt people. Nevada Territory, like most of the West and the North, was anti-black as well as antislavery and enjoyed the usual nigger jokes.
With his Southern background, vernacular skill, and tendency to search out off-color subject matter, Mark Twain was quickly attracted to this kind of humor. Budd also holds Twain's "latent Southern racism made possible his fatally clumsy wisecrack that local money for the Sanitary Fund would go to a "miscegenation society. Historian Stephanie LeMenager notes that by linking "the local women's fear of fiscal contamination by the Freeman's Society" to fear of a contamination by miscegenation "the hoax makes Carson City, Nevada, the first staging ground for Mark Twain's disruption of American racial manners.
Twain recorded that the second "auction" lasted two and a half hours, and "a population of fifteen thousand souls had paid in coin for a fifty-pound sack of flour a sum equal to forty thousand dollars in greenbacks!
He wrote, "It was provoking. We would like to know about his matter, if we may make so free". Historian Louis J. Budd points out that ly Twain was "usually following the line marked out by the Enterprise editorials…[while] he crisply judged the factional moves within the Union party", but by the time of Twain's remarks about the Daily Union, "Nevadans [had] started drifting away from Union party harmony and toward Democratic and Republican poles" with the Daily Union and Enterprise in opposition to each other.
Laird on May 19 entitled "How Is It? On May 20,the same day as his final piece about the travels of the Flour Sack appeared in a piece that was picked up by San Francisco Bulletin as the campaign had indeed moved to Carson City before widening its sights to include California the angry letter from the ladies of the Sanitary Ball of Carson City arrived at the Enterprise.
Letter to Mollie[ edit ] Mollie, still grieving over the death of her only child, had found herself ostracized from Carson City society, as the ladies had figured out that Twain was the author of the miscegenation hoax. He was preoccupied with the damage that the committee women's letter could do to him. The composing table of the Territorial Enterprise preserved at the Mark Twain Territorial Enterprise Museum in Virginia City, NV In the letter, Twain admitted he wrote "the squib" but claimed he had heard the "rumor" at the auction when it was "said in drunken jest" by people he refused to name.
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