Chapter 15: reconstruction, 1865-1877 sorry this is so late to any of you who actually use these to study i'm making this now as more of a review the congressional plan of reconstruction i divided the south into military districts ii prevented the recently freed african americans from voting iii. . Like its companion volumes, the south during reconstruction is written by an outstanding student of southern history, e merton coulter, who is also one of the editors of the seriesthe tragic reconstruction period still casts its long shadow over the south read more. Reconstruction is the term applied to the restoration of the seceded states and the integration of the freedmen into american society during and the president viewed the process of wartime reconstruction as a weapon to detach southerners from their allegiance to the confederacy and thus.
Start by marking the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 (a history of the south, vol 8) as 5 ratings 1 review this book is volume viii of a history of the south, a ten-volume series the tragic reconstruction period still casts its long shadow over the south in his study, mr coulter. To start, coulter's the south during reconstruction is an in depth analysis of the southern united states (confederate states of america, 1861-1865) following the end of the civil war, the 8th installment of coulter's series a history of the south the author, e merton coulter (1890-1981), is. Coulter, e merton the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 (1947) dunning school region-wide history r h woody, the labor and immigration problem of south carolina during reconstruction the mississippi valley historical review vol 18, no 2 (sep, 1931), pp 195-212. Volume viii, a history of the south by e merton coulter and wendell h stephenson mooney, c (1948) the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 reviews open journal systems current issue.
The south after reconstruction the freed slaves southern states undermined efforts at equality with laws designed to disfranchise blacks, despite of a series of during the reconstruction period of 1865-1877, federal law provided civil rights protection in the us south for freedmen, the african. By e merton coulter, wendell h stephenson series: a history of the south (8) members reviews popularity average rating important events reconstruction (1865|1877. Danhof, clarence h, 1948 the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 [history of the south, vol viii] baton rouge: louisiana state university press, 1947 pp xii, 426 $500 library edition, $600, the journal of economic history, cambridge university press, vol 8(02), pages 192-193. South during reconstruction, 1865-1877 by coulter, e merton, e merton coulter, louisiana state university press edition are you sure you want to remove the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 from your list critical essay on autorities: p 392-407 series a history of the south -- v 8. Like its companion volumes, the south during reconstruction is written by an outstanding student of southern history, e merton coulter, who is also e merton coulter is emeritus professor of history at the university of georgia he received the ab degree at the university of north carolina (1913.
Book reviews the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 e merton coulter h c nixon. The south during reconstruction in the south the reconstruction period was a time of readjustment accompanied by disorder southern whites wished to keep african americans in a condition of quasi-servitude, extending few civil rights and firmly rejecting social equality. Ellis merton coulter (1890-1981) was an american historian of the south, author, and a founding member of the southern historical association like nearly all southern scholars of his day, he believed in segregation and white supremacy. Book reviews: the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877, by e merton coulter james a barnes. During radical reconstruction, which began in 1867, newly enfranchised blacks gained a voice in government for the first time in american history, winning did you know during reconstruction, the republican party in the south represented a coalition of blacks (who made up the overwhelming.
How did southern life change during reconstruction after the war the south was left in ruins so, many southerrners struggled to find work many landowners in the south paid workers ( african americans who had been enslaved) to harvest their crops by letting them keep a share of the crops. The south, however, saw reconstruction as a humiliating, even vengeful imposition and did not welcome it during the years after the war, black and white during reconstruction freed slaves began to leave the south one such group, originally from kentucky, established the community of.
Book title: the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 the author of the book: e merton coulter city - country: no data loaded: 1050 times the tragic reconstruction period still casts its long shadow over the south in his study, mr coulter looks beyond the familiar political and economic. By ellis merton coulter [history of the south, vol viii] baton rouge: louisiana state university press, 1947 pp xii, 426 $500 library edition, $6000 per set. Merton coulter the south during reconstruction (baton rouge, lsu press, 1947), 155-56 during presidential reconstruction (1865-1867) the southern state governments implemented a heavy, burdensome tax on freedmen to encourage them to work for wages preferably on plantations. The south during reconstruction (1947) and confederate states of america (1952) are considered by many scholars to be the civil rights act of 1964 and the voting rights act of 1965 greatly altered coulter's south, advancing a social revolution that had been defeated in the reconstruction era.
Get this from a library the south during reconstruction, 1865-1877 [e merton coulter] -- a history of the south the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Black politicians during reconstruction mattered as jamelle bouie and i discussed on an episode of our slate academy on reconstruction, southern white supremacists, unsympathetic northern onlookers, and historians working before the middle of the 20th century were united in the. Changes during reconstruction by: anna, emma, kiosha, and nikhil freedmen's bureau was an important part of the lives of the slaves during many of these people became sharecroppers industry: in the late 1800s, industry was booming in the south and everyone was dreaming of a new. The south during reconstr has been added to your cart e merton coulter's history of reconstruction was already getting out of date by the time it was published insisting in his introduction that no scholarship could rehabilitate so shabby and corrupt an era or make defensible.