Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, 1860-1877 by Thomas Benjamin Alexander

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Reprinted from the Journal of Southern History, vol.XXVII, no.3, August 1961.

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StatementThomas B. Alexander.
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Battle-Fields of the South, from Bull Run to Fredericksburg; with sketches of Confederate Commanders, and Gossip of the Camps (New York: J.

Bradburn, ) — written by an Englishman who served as an artillery officer in the Confederate army. His good observations make the book one of the best Southern sources covering the early battles. This graph shows the total population of the Confederate states of the US, from the censuses collected directly before and after the American Civil War.

Writing informer Congressman Lynch, recalling his experience as a Black leader in Mississippi, explained that:[]. FONER: Reconstruction is usually dated aswhen the Civil War ends, towhen the last federal troops are removed from the South or, strictly speaking, from political participation in the South.

Bibliografi. Alexander, Thomas B. "Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, ," Journal of Southern History, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Aug., ), pp. Alexander, Thomas B. "Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, –77," Journal of Southern History 27 () –29, in JSTOR; Baggett, James Alex.

The Scalawags: Southern Dissenters in the Civil War and Reconstruction. (Louisiana State U.P. ). ISBN ^ Alexander, Thomas B. " Persistent Whiggery in the Confederate South, ", Journal of Southern History, vol.

27, nr. 3 (aug., ), s. online at JSTOR ^ Donald T. Critchlow, The conservative ascendancy: How the GOP Right made political history () s. .

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