Civil wars, civil beings, and civil rights in Alabama's black belt a history of Perry County
"How the 1863 elections in Perry County changed the course of Alabama's role in the Civil War"
Print Book, English, 2020
The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, 2020
xvi, 573 Seiten Illustrationen, Karten
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A Note about TerminologyList of IllustrationsForewordAcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Secession and War2. Political Organization, Economic Reorganization, and Racial Violence in the Aftermath of War3. Religious and Educational Development from the Antebellum through Early Postbellum Years4. First Redemption, 1870 to 18725. Rousing Reconstruction: The Republican Interlude of 1872 to 1874, Part I6. Racial Conflict, Agricultural Competition, and Political Conquest: The Republican Interlude of 1872 to 1874, Part II7. The Onset of Second Redemption, 1874 to 1875, and Onward8. Hope, Travail, and Reconciliation: The Importance of Perry County, Past and PresentAppendix A: Black Delegates to the 1867 Alabama Constitutional ConventionAppendix B: Perry County Business Licenses, 1870 and 1871Appendix C: African Americans Who Held Major Political Offices in Alabama, 1867 to 1875Appendix D: Historically Black American Colleges and Universities That Predate the Alabama State Lincoln Normal School and University in MarionAppendix E: Black Men in Perry County Who Voted for the 1875 State ConstitutionAppendix F: Selected Earned Doctorates by Alumni of the Alabama State Lincoln Normal School and University in Marion, 1884 to 1936NotesSelected BibliographyIndex
Includes bibliographical references and index