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Reconstruction and the American Negro, 1865-1900

Francis L. Broderick

Reconstruction and the American Negro, 1865-1900

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Published by Macmillan in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877),
  • African Americans -- History -- 1863-1877.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 99-101.

    Statement[by] Francis L. Broderick.
    SeriesNew perspectives in American history, Macmillan American studies program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE668 .B853
    The Physical Object
    Pagination106 p.
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5049600M
    LC Control Number74010647


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Broderick. Format Book Published [New York] Macmillan [c] Description p. illus., ports. 22 cm. Series New perspectives in American history Macmillan American studies program. Notes Bibliography: p. As Reconstruction came to an end inthe concept of equal rights collapsed in the wake of legislative and judicial actions.

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Church communities during the slavery era provided intangible support such as hope for justice, while also offering covert locations 1. Reconstruction was a failure. This view came to dominate public thinking from until aboutwhen world events and the Great Migration began to reshape the country’s perception of   Dating the Reconstruction era.

In different states, Reconstruction began and ended at different times; federal Reconstruction ended with the Compromise of In recent decades most historians follow Foner in dating the Reconstruction of the South as starting in (with the Emancipation Proclamation and the Port Royal Experiment) rather than Book – Non-fiction.

By W. Du Bois. Introduction by David Levering Lewis. pages. Originally published inDu Bois’ Black Reconstruction was the first book to challenge the prevailing racist historical narrative of the era and in sharp, incisive prose, tell the story of the Civil War and Reconstruction from the perspective of African :// The Freedmen’s Bureau / Drawn by A.R.

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During the decade known as Radical Reconstruction (), Congress granted African American men the status and rights of Reconstruction was a time of rebuilding the the United States after the tumultuous years of the Civil lasted from the end of Civil War in to the Compromise of when Rutherford B.

Hayes was given the presidency in exchange for removing federal troops from Southern states. Following are key events that occurred during this era including events that were occurring in other parts Famous African-American, who established an industrial and agricultural school for African Americans in He taught the virtues of hard work, moderation, and economic self-help.

Inhe organized the National Negro Business League to support businesses owned by African Americans. ) Reconstruction, in U.S. history, the period (–77) that followed the American Civil War and during which attempts were made to redress the inequities of slavery and its political, social, and economic legacy and to solve the problems arising from the readmission to the Union of the 11 states that had seceded at or before the outbreak of war.

Long portrayed by many historians as a time E. Merton Coulter’s The South During Reconstruction () was also a major book in the Dunning tradition. W.E.B. Du Bois’ Black Reconstruction in America: () was a significant challenge to the Dunning School tradition.

Meticulously researched, and offering a Marxist interpretation of the Civil War and Reconstruction eras in   "African American Perspectives" gives a panoramic and eclectic review of African American history and culture and is primarily comprised of two collections in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division: the African American Pamphlet Collection and the Daniel A.P.

Murray Collection with a date range of through Most were written by African-American authors, though some were This "masterful treatment of one of the most complex periods of American history" (New Republic) made history when it was originally published in It redefined how Reconstruction was viewed by historians and people everywhere in its chronicling of how Americans -- black and white -- responded to the unprecedented changes unleashed by the war and the end of ://?id=FhvA0S_op38C.

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Stephen Peeps --Half a loaf: the shift from white to black teachers in the Negro schools of the urban South, / Howard N. Rabinowitz --Francis L. Cardozo: black educator during Reconstruction / Joe M. Richardson --Joseph Carter Corbin and Negro education in the University of Arkansas / Thomas Rothrock --The Harris brothers The Death of Reconstruction [Heather Cox RICHARDSON].

Historians overwhelmingly have blamed the demise of Reconstruction on Southerners' persistent racism. Richardson argues instead that class, along with race, was critical to Reconstruction's end. ?ISBN= Before the Ghetto: The Making of the Black Community in Savannah, Georgia, / John W. Blassingame -- In the Shadow of White Society: Princeville, a Black Town in North Carolina, / Joe A.

Mobley -- Fortress Without Walls: A Black Community After Slavery / Sydney Nathans -- Plans Dat Comed From God: Institution Building and the A ttempting to bring this more radical and egalitarian history of Reconstruction to the general public and incorporating the last 30 years of work following up on Foner’s monumental book, Henry /henry-louis-gates-jr-and-the-long-arc-of-reconstruction.

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Montgomery (history, Austin Community Coll.) provides an excellent and well-researched look at the African American church in the last half of the 19th ://   Black Reconstruction in America Quotes Showing of 24 “One reads the truer deeper facts of Reconstruction with a great despair.

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