2 edition of Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction found in the catalog.
Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction
Horace Mann Bond
Reprinted from The Journal of Negro History, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, July, 1938.
|Statement||Horace Mann Bond.|
|Series||Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in Black studies -- BC-31|
During Presidential Reconstruction, JoHN B. MYERS Department of History, Columbus College After the Federal forces gained a foothold in Alabama, freedmen flocked to the camps seeking refuge and education. As early as May, , chap- Social and Economic Influences on Public Education, p. 82; Ralph E. Morrow. Well before the end of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln began formulating a plan to restore the Confederate states to the Union. His Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction (December ) provided that if at least ten percent of a state's voters in the election accepted emancipation and took an oath of allegiance to the United States, then the state .
The civil rights movement in the United States was a decades-long struggle by African Americans and their like-minded allies to end institutionalized racial discrimination, disenfranchisement and racial segregation in the United States. The movement has its origins in the Reconstruction era during the late 19th century, although the movement achieved its largest legislative gains in . Land Use Changes: Economic, Social, and Environmental Impacts JunJie Wu JEL Classifications: Q24, Q28 M ajor land–use changes have occurred in the United States during the past 25 years. The total area of cropland, pastureland and rangeland decreased by 76 million acres in the lower 48 states from to , while the to-.
Eric Foner breaks no new ground with this book. The demolition of the traditional portrayal of Reconstruction as a period of unmitigated evil and injustice, where rapacious and corrupt Northerners joined with incompetent black Southerners to deny virtuous white Southerners of their rightful place in government, began as early as ; with a paper presented by WEB DuBois . The Rise and Fall of Reconstruction in Alabama On the first page of Reconstruction in Alabama: From Civil War to Redemption in the Cotton South, we learn that was the last time a scholarly book was published on the Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama. Surely this topic is in need of an update. And there is no better person to do it that.
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"economic forces" as may be identified cut athwart every social and racial alignment visible; and reference to them is made in a later section of this paper. I SOCIAL FORCES IN ALABAMA RECONSTRUCTION Significant social groupings-the source of social forces-involved in Reconstruction were, first, those resid.
Bond, Horace Mann. "Social and Economic Forces in Alabama Reconstruction," Journal of Negro History 23 ()– in JSTOR; Fitzgerald, Michael R. Urban Emancipation: Popular Politics in Reconstruction Mobile, – ().
ISBN Bibliography: p.  The reconstruction of the Southern States / Woodrow Wilson -- Reconstruction dbâcle / J.G. Randall -- Class and race strife in Louisiana / Roger W.
Shugg -- Civil War and reconstruction in Alabama / Walter L. Fleming -- Social and economic forces in Alabama reconstruction / Horace Mann Bond -- The Negro in Mississippi politics / Pages: Describes the society and the institutions that went down during the Civil War and Reconstruction and the internal conditions of Alabama during the war.
Emphasizes the social and economic problems in the general situation, as well as the educational, religious, and industrial aspects of the period. OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The reconstruction of the southern states / Woodrow Wilson --Reconstruction débâcle / J.G. Randall --Class and race strife Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction book Louisiana / Roger W. Shugg --Civil War and reconstruction in Alabama / Walter L.
Fleming --Social and economic forces in Alabama reconstruction / Horace Mann Bond. / Allen W. Trelease --Desegregation in New Orleans public schools during Reconstruction / Louis R. Harlan --The Negro and politics, / Vernon Lane Wharton --Social and economic forces in Alabama Reconstruction / Horace Mann Bond --Southern Reconstruction: a radical view / Jack B.
Scroggs --Black Reconstruction / W.E.B. DuBois --Part V. Page - a social and political system in which all the forces that made for civilization were dominated by a mass of barbarous freedmen." Radical reconstruction in the South had met opposition from the start.
This found expression in the Liberal movement of and in decisions of the Supreme Court in and thereafter. Reconstruction, in U.S.
history, the period (–77) that followed the American Civil War and during which attempts were made to redress the inequities of slavery and its political, social, and economic legacy and to solve the problems arising from the readmission to the Union of the 11 states that had seceded at or before the outbreak of war.
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), The Negro in Tennessee, (Washington, ); Bond, "Social and Economic Forces in Alabama Reconstruction," Journal of Negro History, XXIII (July ),and Negro Education in Alabama: A Study in Cotton and Steel.
MASTERFUL HISTORY OF RECONSTRUCTION Foners excellent book is a masterfull historical synthesis of the period known as Reconstruction after the American Civil War ().
The book is extremely readable, comprehensive and full of intelligent analysis of the social, cultural, racial and economic forces of the era amply illustrated with /5().
Counter Reconstruction: Counter reconstruction / John Hope Franklin --Social and economic forces in Alabama reconstruction / Horace Mann Bood. Judgments and Reflections: Seeds of failure in the radical race policy / C.
Vann Woodward --The waning of radicalism / W.R. Brook --Race and reconstruction / George M. Frederickson. Series Title. After Alabama seceded from the Union a year later, Hale represented the state in the Confederate Congress as one of many voices in a pro-slavery chorus.
Hale died from battle wounds in23 Encyclopedia of Alabama, “Stephen F. Hale.” months before Lincoln’s preliminary proclamation, but the Confederate reaction largely mirrored his views.
The reconstruction of the Southern States / Woodrow Wilson --Reconstruction db́âcle / J.G. Randall --Class and race strife in Louisiana / Roger W. Shugg --Civil War and reconstruction in Alabama / Walter L.
Fleming --Social and economic forces in Alabama reconstruction / Horace Mann Bond --The Negro in Mississippi politics / Vernon Lane.
Reconstruction 2. Students will analyze the American Civil War and Reconstruction and their effects on the social, economic, and political development of America.
Era 6: Development of the Industrial United States 3. Students will analyze the development of the industrial United States and the economic and cultural.
political, economic, or social equality for blacks. In fact, during this time, new laws made private peonage even easier to establish. In Alabama, where convict leasing persisted, changes to contract labor laws ensnared more men into peonage. Previously, if a worker skipped out after receiving an advance, an employer had to.
Reconstruction was a mixed success. By the end of the era, the North and South were once again reunited, and all southern state legislatures had abolished slavery in their constitutions.
Reconstruction also laid to a rest the debate of states’ rights vs. federalism, which had been a pressing issue since the late s. The most prominent student of the Black Belt was sociologist W.
DuBois, who engaged in statistically based studies of family life, economic cooperation, and social conditions as editor of The Atlantic University Publications in the early 20th century. His book The Souls of Black Folk contains extensive analysis and reflection.
As Reconstruction came to an end inthe concept of equal rights collapsed in the wake of legislative and judicial actions. The Civil Rights Cases of greatly limited the rights of blacks and strengthened Jim Crow laws in the South.
I n Plessy v. Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, – is a history of the Reconstruction era by W.
Du Bois, first published in It marked a significant break with the standard academic view of Reconstruction at the time, the Dunning School, which. The second edition of this highly readable, one-volume Historical Dictionary of the Civil War and Reconstruction looks to place the war in its historical context.
The more than entries, encompassing the yearscover the significant events, persons, politics, and economic and social themes of the Civil War and Reconstruction.The political and social consequences of the violence were as lasting as the physical and mental trauma suffered by victims and witnesses.
Terrorism worked to end federal involvement in Reconstruction and helped to usher in a new era of racial repression. This "masterful treatment of one of the most complex periods of American history" (New Republic) made history when it was originally published in It redefined how Reconstruction was viewed by historians and people everywhere in its chronicling of how Americans -- black and white -- responded to the unprecedented changes unleashed by the 3/5(5).