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by Frank Otto Gatell. A historical book about the period running from 1863-1954 in the United States. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780195006575. Release Date:January 1970. Publisher:Oxford University Press.
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Weinstein, Allen, comp. New York, Oxford University Press, 1970. Bibliography: p. 295-309. The fight for freedom, by B. Quarles. The promise of land, by . Rose. A new world of freedom, by J. Williamson. White reconstruction, by . An old world of bondage, by . Folkways, stateways, and racism, by . Bruce, Robert V 1877: year of violence.
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