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dark and bloody ground of reconstruction histriography

Bernard A. Weisberger

dark and bloody ground of reconstruction histriography

by Bernard A. Weisberger

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Published by Bobbs-Merrill in Indianapolis .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from the Journal of Southern History, vol.XXV, November 1959.

Statementby Bernard A. Weisberger.
SeriesBobbs-Merrill reprint series in history -- H-222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19096619M

Historiography. In the years immediately following Reconstruction, most blacks and former abolitionists held that Reconstruction lost the struggle for civil rights for black people because of violence against blacks and against white Republicans. Frederick Douglass and Reconstruction Congressman John R. Lynch cited the withdrawal of federal troops from the South as a primary reason for the. Weisberger, Bernard A. The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography. Journal of Southern History. (Nov. ): "William J. Hardin and Charles H. Langston: Western Black Spokesman of the Reconstruction Era." Journal of Negro History (Spring ): -

Print book: State or province government W.E.B. DuBois's challenge to "The dark and bloody ground of Reconstruction historiography" --The American Negro as W.E.B. DuBois\'s challenge to \"The dark and bloody ground of Reconstruction historiography\" -- The American Negro as historical outsider, \/span>\"@ en\/a. Bernard Allen Weisberger (born Aug in New York) is an American historian. Weisberger taught American history at several universities including the University of Chicago and University of Rochester, where he was chair of the department. He has written more than a dozen books and worked on documentaries with Bill Moyers and Ken Burns. His article "The Dark and Bloody Ground of.

The result is a compelling and comprehensive account of small-unit action set against the background of the larger command levels. The book's foreword is by retired Maj. Gen. R. W. Hogan, who was a battalion commander in the forest. Category: History A Dark And Bloody Ground. Probably one of the most significant attempts to come to terms with the changing nature of Reconstruction historiography was Bernard Weisberger’s article in the Journal of Southern History: “The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography”. that suggests that revision of the Dunning School had been well underway in the.


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The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography By BERNARD A. WEISBERGER T WENTY YEARS AGO, AS THE EXCITING THIRTIES DREW TO A CLOSE, the dry bones began to stir in that notable valley of historical skeletons, the Reconstruction period.

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List: The American Civil War in. The Myth of the “Dark and Bloody Ground” 1 asks us to believe that before people of European and African descent arrived in Kentucky, Native peoples had hunted and fought over the land and its resources, but had never lived permanently anywhere in the Commonwealth.

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This book was the first full-length study of the role black Americans played in the crucial period after the Civil War when the slaves had been freed and the attempt was made to reconstruct American society. Hailed at the time, Black Reconstruction in America – has justly been called a classic.

Du Bois history undermined the previous. DOI link for The Long Reconstruction. The Long Reconstruction book. The Post-Civil War South in History, Film, and Memory. By Frank J. Wetta, Martin A. Novelli. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 September Constructing Reconstruction History.

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"Reconstruction," in Writing Southern History: Essays in Historiography in Honor of Fletcher M. Green, ed. Arthur S. Link and Rembert W. Patrick (Louisiana State University Press, ), pp – — Bernard Weisberger in “The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography” The Constitution, in the s, was still considered a fragile work-in-progress– more a provisional.

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