1 Schemes of migration and colonization arose among them; but these they refused to entertain, and they eventually turned to the Abolition movement as a final refuge.
2 Hard tales of cruelty and mistreatment of the chained freemen are told, but the county authorities were deaf until the free-labor market was nearly ruined by wholesale migration.
3 Thus it is that in the country districts of the South, by written or unwritten law, peonage, hindrances to the migration of labor, and a system of white patronage exists over large areas.
4 For these there is one other avenue of escape toward which they have turned in increasing numbers, namely, migration to town.
5 Without this there is riot, migration, or crime.
6 Another, observing the migration of plants, notices that the bee helps in this work, and may say that in this lies the purpose of the bee.
7 In regard to the migration of the peoples it does not enter anyone's head today to suppose that the renovation of the European world depended on Attila's caprice.
8 Carol herself would gladly have followed Mr. Ole Jenson, and migrated even to another Main Street; flight from familiar tedium to new tedium would have for a time the outer look and promise of adventure.
9 The sum is, that at particular seasons within that breadth and along that path, migrating whales may with great confidence be looked for.
10 As birds migrate to somewhere beyond the sea, so these men with their wives and children streamed to the southeast, to parts where none of them had ever been.