Definition of Miscegens
1. miscegen [n] - See also: miscegen
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Literary usage of Miscegens
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1. A History of the United States Since the Civil War by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1917)
"... miscegens," 3 this "black and tan litter" from the Philadelphia "kennel,"4 these "bogus Southerners," these "torch and turpentine tourists," these "mean ..."
2. Eight Years in Congress, from 1857-1865: Memoir and Speeches by Samuel Sullivan Cox (1865)
"We must become a yellow-skinned, black-haired people—in fine, we must become miscegens if we would attain the fullest results of civilization." [Laughter. ..."
3. Subgenation: The Theory of the Normal Relation of the Races : an Answer to by John H. Van Evrie (1864)
"The writer of "Miscegenation" considers it a most providential event, and as one significant of the type- man or miscegens of the future, that the statue on ..."
4. The Humbugs of the World by Phineas Taylor Barnum (1866)
"... whose sway will extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, from the Equator to the North Pole—the miscegens of the Future." The book once written, ..."