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Anti-War Abolitionists: The Peace Movement's Split Over the Civil War
Anti-War Heroes
Conscientious Objectors
Copperhead Activities

Knights of the Golden Circle 

Pacifism in the 19th Century 

Writings on Christian Nonresistance and Pacifism

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After the Civil War: Plessy v. Ferguson
African American Perspective - Pamphlets Home Page
America's Reconstruction: People and Politics After the Civil War
Amnesty Proclamations "Liberally Granted"

Before the Voting Rights Act
Black Codes in the Former Confederate States
Brief History of Carpetbags and Carpetbaggers

Civil War II: 1865-1965
Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)
Civil War, Slavery, and Reconstruction in Missouri

Du Bois, W.E.B.: Strivings of the Negro People (Atlantic Monthly 1897)
Du Bois, W.E.B.: The Training of Black Men (Atlantic Monthly 1902)

Jerome Dowd: Paths of Hope for the Negro (Century Magazine 1900)

Lincoln Proclamation on the Wade-Davis Bill
Lynchings since 1900

Military Rule  "Radical Reconstruction"  1867 - 1877

NC History: Reconstruction Period

Opposing Views on Reconstruction

Post Civil War Period
Post Civil War South

Race Riots  "Battle Of Liberty Place"  September 14, 1874
Radical Republicans: "Zealous Crusaders"
Reconstructing the Nation
Reconstruction Acts: 1867
Reconstruction and Jim Crow Timeline
"Reconstructing America: Consolidation of State Power 1865-1890" by Thomas J. DiLorenzo
Reconstruction Era Documents
Reconstruction Era - Healing a Divided Land
Reconstruction From the Southern Viewpoint
Reconstruction &Black Suffrage
Reconstruction (1865-1877)
Reconstruction 1865-1880
Reconstruction and Its Failure
Reconstruction in Texas
Report of the Joint Committee on Reconstruction, June 20, 1866
Rutherford B. Hayes and the End of Reconstruction

Sherman's Sentinels

Three Months Among the Reconstructionists (Atlantic Monthly, February 1866).
Timeline: Frederick Douglass
Timeline: Reconstruction to 1898
Thin Gray Line: Confederate Veterans in the New South
The "New South"
The Wormley Agreement

Wade-Davis Manifesto, 1864

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Cause Lost
Civil War Legacy of Orange County
Civil War Reconstruction, Racism, the KKK, & the Confederate "Lost Cause"
Confederacy: The Collapse of the Lost Cause
Confederate Memorial Day in Georgia

Lost Cause
Lost Cause: The Civil War in Retrospect
Lost Cause Movement

On Neopuritanism
Origins of Memorial Day: General John A. Logan's Order

Religion of the Lost Cause

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