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Destroying the Republic : Jabez Curry and the Re-education of the Old South.

Author: John Chodes
Publisher: New York : Algora Pub., 2007.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jabez Curry was an aristocratic Alabamian. In the ante-bellum South he had a distinguished career in both the Alabama Assembly and the United States Congress. He tirelessly advocated the principles of state sovereignty and limited Federal Governmental pow.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Chodes
ISBN: 9780875864037 0875864031
OCLC Number: 437191892
Description: 1 online resource (344 pages)
Contents: Destroying the Republic:; Jabez Curry; and the; Re-education; of the Old South; Destroying the Republic:; Jabez Curry; and the; Re-education; of the Old South; John Chodes; Table of Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1. Advocate for State Sovereignty; Chapter 2. Curry and the Confederacy; Chapter 3. Curry's Early Georgia Years; Chapter 4. Curry Goes to War; Chapter 5. Jabez Curry, Political Exile; Chapter 6. Curry's Background: Going to Alabama; Chapter 7. Southern Preaching as Guerrilla War; Chapter 8. Reconstruction as Re-education; Chapter 9. Curry's Background: Alabama Politics to Congress. Chapter 10. Curry's Mental TransitionChapter 11. Jabez Curry and the Peabody Education Fund; Chapter 12. Rutherford B. Hayes, Curry, and the Peabody Fund; Chapter 13. The Blair Bill: A Step Toward National ized Schools; Chapter 14. John Eaton's Bureau of Education: The New Psychology; Chapter 15. The New Psychology Becomes a Curric ulum; Chapter 16. Ambassador to Spain on the Edge of War; Chapter 17. Peabody Again, Spain Ag.

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Jabez Curry was an aristocratic Alabamian. In the ante-bellum South he had a distinguished career in both the Alabama Assembly and the United States Congress. He tirelessly advocated the principles of state sovereignty and limited Federal Governmental pow.

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