Reconstruction Era Links
Akerman, Amos T. Reconstruction: Extracts from the Speech of Honorable Amos T. Ackerman, delivered at Atlanta, Georgia, September 1st, 1870. [microfiche]. (UGL, Microfiche Anti-Slavery Collection (1).
Arnold, Isaac Newton. Reconstruction: Liberty the Cornerstone and Lincoln the Architect. Speech of Honorable Isaac N. Arnold, of Illinois. Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 19, 1864. [microfiche]. (UGL Anti-Slavery Collection).
The Birth of a Nation [motion picture] written and directed by D. W. Griffith. (Sykesville, Md.: IMS, 19-- . (Media Center, M-Picture E668 B57 1900Z. 3 reels).
The Birth of a Nation. [videorecording] D. W. Griffith. (Culver City, Calif.: Zenger Video, 198-). (Media Center, video tape E668 B57 1980Z).
Elkins, Stanley M. The First Emancipation. [sound recording] (Los Angeles: Pacifica Tape Library, 1983. ) (Media Center, Audio Tape E185.2 E44 1983).
The Heritage of Slavery. [videorecording]. Produced and written by Peter Davis. A Production of CBS News. (New Brunswick, N.J.: Phoenix/BFA Films & Video, c1968). (Media Center, video tape E441 H47 1968).
A History of Slavery in America [videorecording]. Produced and Directed by Rhonda Fabian & Jerry Barber; Executive Producer, Andrew Schlessinger. (Bala Cynwyd, Pa: Schlessinger Video Productions, c1994. (Media Center, video tape E441 H57 1994 VHS).
Olds, Victoria Marcus. The Freedmen's Bureau as a Social Agency. [microform}. (UGL, Microfilm Dissertation).