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The Negro in Mississippi, 1865-1890.

Author: Vernon Lane Wharton
Publisher: Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1947.
Series: James Sprunt studies in history and political science, v. 28.
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Slavery in the ante-bellum south has received intensive studies in general and special works. The Civil War brought a violent and comparatively sudden destruction to this social order. The end of the Confederacy, the beginnings of Reconstruction, and the legal abolition of slavery did not immediately bring into existence the system which now prevails. It brought instead a period of instability and uncertainty in  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wharton, Vernon Lane, 1907-
Negro in Mississippi.
Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1947
(OCoLC)647016040
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vernon Lane Wharton
OCLC Number: 1314830
Description: 298 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Slavery and the Negro in 1865 --
From bondage to freedom --
Adjustments in agriculture --
The Freedmen's Bureau --
The black code --
Efforts to displace the Negro laborer --
Negro migration --
The revluation of Negro labor --
Non-agricultural occupations --
The legal status of the freedmen --
Negroes under the provisional government, 1865-1870 --
The Negro and politics, 1870-1875 --
The revolution of 1875 --
The elimination of the Negro as an active factor in politics --
Race relations --
Crime and convict lease --
Education --
Religion --
The Negro defective --
Social life.
Series Title: James Sprunt studies in history and political science, v. 28.

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Slavery in the ante-bellum south has received intensive studies in general and special works. The Civil War brought a violent and comparatively sudden destruction to this social order. The end of the Confederacy, the beginnings of Reconstruction, and the legal abolition of slavery did not immediately bring into existence the system which now prevails. It brought instead a period of instability and uncertainty in which new problems had to be face by all races. Vestigial remains of slavery are apparent in the current system, but there is reason to believe that changes in race relations can lead to intentional chances guided by far-sighted leaders.

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