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Reconstruction Era: 1865 - 1877 - Journal Articles
 

Reconstruction Era Links

Journal Articles

Barnes, Donna A. and Catherine Connolly.  "Repression, the Judicial System, and Political Opportunities for Civil Rights Advocacy During Reconstruction."  Sociological Quarterly.   40(2) (Spring 99):  237 - 246.

Bennett Jr., Lerone.  "In the Minor States:  The Vote Revolt That Failed. Ebony (July 1966):  58-66.

Black Congressmen in Reconstruction historiography.  Phylon. (June 1978):  97-107.

Black Power in Dixie.  Negro Voters Elect Judges, Representatives, Senators During Reconstruction in the South.  Ebony.  (July 1962):  84 - 90.

Black Struggle for Land During Reconstruction.  Black Scholar (Feb. 1974):  13 -18.

Brewton, Vince.  "An Honour as well as a Pleasure":  Dueling, Violence, and Race in Pudd'nhead Wilson. Southern Quarterly. 38(4)  (2000):  101 - 118.

Brown, Alexis Girardin.  "The Women Left Behind:  Transformation of the Southern Belle, 1840-1880.."  Historian.  62(4)  (2000);  759-778.

Cardyn, Lisa.  "Sexualized Racism/Gendered Violence:  Outraging the Body Politic in the Reconstruction South." Michigan Law Review.  100(4).  (Feb 2002):  675 - 868.

Changing Interpretations of the Negro in the Reconstruction Governments.  Negro History Bulletin (Nov. 1958):  31-34.

Congressional Interpretations of the Guarantee of a Republican Form of Government During Reconstruction.  Journal of Southern History (May 1949):  192-211.

Curtin, Mary Ellen.  "Negro Thieves" or Enterprising Farmers?  Markets, the Law, and African-American Community Regulation in Alabama, 1866-1877.  Agricultural History 74(1) (2000):  19-38.

Domke, David.  "The Press and 'Delusive Theories of Equality and fraternity; in the Age of Emancipation."  Critical Studies in Mass Communication.  13(3) (Sept 96):  228 - 251.

Edwards, Laura F.  "The Disappearance of Susan Daniel and Henderson Cooper:  Gender and Narratives of Political Conflict in the Reconstruction-Era U.S. South.  Feminist Studies.  22(2).  (Summer 1996): 336-387.

Everly, Elaine.  "Freedmen's Bureau Records:  An Overview."  Prologue 29(2)  (1997):  95 - 99.

Feldman, Glenn.  "Soft Opposition:  Elite Acquiescence and Klan-Sponsored Terrorism in Alabama."  Historical Journal (Great Britain) 40(3) (1997):  753 - 777.

Ferleger, Louis.  "The Problem of Labor in the Post-Reconstruction Louisiana Sugar Industry."  Agricultural History.  72(2) (Spring 98):  140 - 159.

Fesyle, Mary Jo.  "Reading Reconstruction with Students."  Journal of American History.  83 (Mar 97):  1353 - 1357.

Foster, Richard B. Holland, Antonio F. and Gary R. Kremer (ed).  "Some Aspects of Black Education in Reconstruction Missouri:  An Address by Richard B. Foster."  Missouri Historical Review 92(4) (1998):  407 -420.

Green, Elna C.  "Infanticide and Infant Abandonment in the New South:  Richmond, Virginia, 1865 - 1915.  Journal of Family History 24(2) (1999):  187 - 211.

Hahn, Steven.  "Extravagant Expectations" of Freedom:  Rumor, Political Struggle, and the Christmas Insurrection Scare of 1865 in the American South."  Past & Present (Great Britain) (157)  (1997): 122 - 158.

Kennedy, Patrick. "Nemaha County's African American Community."  Nebraska History 82(1) (2001): 11- 21. 

Jenkins, Jeffery A; Munger, Michael C.  "Investigating the Incidence of Killer Amendments in Congress."  Journal of Politics. 65(2).  (May 2003): 498-518.

The Labor Movement and the Negro.  Journal of Negro History (Oct 1948): 426-468.

Lowe, Richard.  "The Freedmen's Bureau and Local White Leaders in Virginia."  Journal of Southern History. 64(3) (Aug 98):  455 - 473.

McAfee, Ward M.  "Reconstruction Revisited:  The Republican Public Education Crusade of the 1870's."  Civil War History 42(2) (1996):  133-153.

McFeely, W. S.  "Two Reconstructions, Two Nations."  Massachusetts Review.  32(1).  (Spring 91).

"Nation."  Negro Suffrage and 19th Century Liberalism:  Views of New York. During Reconstruction."  Negro History Bulletin.  (Dec. 1950).

Ochiai, Akiko.  "The Port Royal Experiment Revisited:  Northern Visions of Reconstruction and the Land Question."  New England Quarterly 74(1) (2001):  94-117.

"On Rewriting of the Story of Reconstruction in the U.S. History Textbooks".  Journal of Negro History (July 1961): 133-153.

The Radicals' Abandonment of the Negro During Reconstruction.  Journal of Negro History (Apr. 1960):  88-102.

Relin, David Oliver.  "Betrayal on the Sea Islands."  Scholastic Update.  (Sept  1996):  15-17.

Scroggs, Jack B.  Southern Reconstruction:  A Radical View.  Journal of Southern History (Nov. 1958.):  407-429.

Sproat, John G.  Blueprint for Radical Reconstruction.  Journal of Southern History (Feb. 1953):  25-44).

Swint, Henry L. "The Northern Teacher in the South 1862 - 1870(1941).  Journal of Negro Education (Spring 1979):  126-138.

Washington, Reginald.  "The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company and African American Genealogical Research."  Progogue 29(2) (1997): 170 - 181.

Weisberger, Bernard A. The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography.  Journal of Southern History.  (Nov. 1959): 427-447.

"William J. Hardin and Charles H. Langston:  Western Black Spokesman of the Reconstruction Era."  Journal of Negro History (Spring 1979): 101 - 115.

 
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