EXTINGUISH the FLAMES of Racial Prejudice - THE FORT PILLOW MASSACRE was copyrighted by David Ndilei in 1996. He is the sole owner, researcher, and author. (I.E.F. Publishing) was dissolved.
We discovered that someone has removed our cover and selling, without our authority, OUR book. Instead of taking legal action, at this time, it was decided to create a new Revised 2nd Edition and offer it for FREE.
The Revised Second Edition of EXTINGUISH the FLAMES of Racial Prejudice - THE FORT PILLOW MASSACRE has new pictures and new discoveries. It is 298 pages, with 470 footnotes plus additional documents and research material.
It was hoped, that by looking at the picture of the slave on the cover and information on the back cover, one would get the connection and conclude that a "Whipping-House" is what caused the wounds. Gordon explains who whipped him, but does not give the details. Though there is a report of a "Whipping-House" located not far from Nathan Bedford Forrest's Plantations, there are reasons for believing that there are other "Whipping-Houses" for Forrest had Slave Pens in Missouri, Tennessee, and Mississippi.
The proprietor is Hampton Jones, a member of a family that were partners with Forrest in the Slave trade.