Berea College, Kentucky, had sprung from the labors of John Gregg Fee who, in the midst of turmoil and mob violence, had preached abolition in Kentucky in the years preceding the Civil war and in 1858-59 had established the school to assist in educating young people to a new view regarding slavery. The school was closed during the war but was reopened in 1865, admitting Negro as well as white students, of both sexes. This is the autobiography of John G. Fee.
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