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After the war: a tour of the Southern States, 1865-1866.

Author: Whitelaw Reid; C Vann Woodward
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1965]
Series: American perspectives.; Harper torchbooks., University library ;, TB3066S.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Whitelaw Reid; C Vann Woodward
OCLC Number: 945227
Notes: "Originally published in 1866."
Description: xxiv, 589 pages illustrations, portrait 21 cm.
Contents: Why, and how the trip was made --
A School of unadulterated Negroes-An Ancient Virginia town under the Dispensation of Sutlers --
Beauties of the Sea-First Views of Crackers Unionism --
Newbern and Beaufort-Black and White --
For Fisher --
Wilmington-Unionism-Blockade Running-Destitution-Negro Talk-Land Sales --
Charleston Harbor-Could Sumter have been Stormed-Negroes and Poor Whites --
Charleston, Now and Four Years Ago --
Unionism-Black and White, in Charleston and Through South Carolina --
Port Royal and Beaufort --
Among the Sea Islanders --
Business Speculation and Progress Among the Sea Island Negroes --
Pulaski-Savannah -Bonaventure --
White and Black Georgians-The Savannah Standard of Unionism --
Florida Towns and Country-A Florida Senator --
Orange Groves and an Ancient Village-The Oldest Town and Fort in the United States-Northern Speculations --
Dungeness, and the Greatest of the Lees-Cultivation of the Olive-Criminations of the Officers --
The Southern Ultima Thule of the United States --
A Remarkable Negro Story-One of the Strange Possibilities of Slavery --
Among the Cubans-The Impending Downfall of Cuban Slavery --
Scenes i Mobile-The Cotton Swindles --
Mobile Loyalists and Reconstructionists-Black and White --
New Orleans and New Orleans Notabilities --
The Beginning Reaction-Northern Emigrants and New Orleans Natives --
Among Negro Schools --
Talks with the Citizens, White and Black --
A Free-labor Sugar Plantation --
The "Jeff Davis Cotton Plantation" --
Vicksburg to Louisville --
General Aspects of the South at the Close of the War --
Midsummer at the Capitol --
Richmond, after Six Months of Yankee Rule --
Lynchburg-The Interior of Virginia --
Knoxville and the Mountaineers-Glimpses of Southern Ideas --
Atlanta-Georgia Phases of Rebel and Union Talk --
Montgomery-The Lowest Phase of Negro Character-Politics and Business --
Selma-Government Armories-Talks among the Negroes --
Mississippi Tavern Talks on National Politics-Scenees in the Interior --
Mobile Temper and Trade-Inducements of Alabama to Emigrants --
Phases of Public Sentiment in New Orleans before Congress met --
Cotton Speculations-Temper of the Mississippians --
Memphis-Out from the Reconstructed --
Congress takes Charge of Reconstruction --
Southern Feeling after the Meeting of Congress --
Political and Business Complications in the South-West --
The Sugar and Rice Culture in Louisiana-Profits and Obstacles --
A Cotton Plantation-Work, Workmen, Wages, Expenses, and Returns --
Among the Plantations-Rations and Ways of Work --
Plantation Negroes-Incidents and Characteristics --
Further Illustrations of Plantation Negro Character --
Payments, Strikes, and other Illustrations of Plantation Negro Character --
Labor Experiments and Prospects.
Series Title: American perspectives.; Harper torchbooks., University library ;, TB3066S.
Responsibility: Edited with an introd. and notes by C. Vann Woodward.

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