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|Named Person:||Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fletcher Melvin Green
|Notes:||Reprint. "Originally published in 1949 by the University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill"--T.p. verso.
Essays presented to Joseph Gregoire de Roulhac Hamilton by his former students at the University of North Carolina.
|Description:||vii, 156 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The roots of Jeffersonian democracy: with special emphasis on South Carolina / J.H. Wolfe --
Lewis Thompson, a Carolinian and his Louisiana plantation, 1848-1888: a study in absentee ownership / J.C. Sitterson --
Conservative constitutional tendencies of the Virginia secession convention / H.T. Shanks --
The Negro in the United States Senate / S.D. Smith --
Public education in North Carolina during reconstruction, 1865-1876 / D.J. Whitener --
The republican party in South Carolina, 1876-1895 / J.W. Patton --
Some aspects of the convict lease system in the southern states / F.M. Green --
The ideology of white supremacy, 1876-1910 / G.G. Johnson.
|Series Title:||James Sprunt studies in history and political science, v. 31.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Fletcher Melvin Green.|