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Uncivil war : five New Orleans street battles and the rise and fall of radical reconstruction

Author: James K Hogue
Publisher: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 2011.
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Uncivil War reveals that the long-term military impact of the South's occupation included twenty-five years of crippled War Department budgets inflicted by southern congressmen who feared another Reconstruction. Within Louisiana, the biracial Republican militias were dismantled, leaving blacks largely unarmed against future atrocities; at the same time, the nucleus of the state's White Leagues became the Louisiana  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
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Hogue, James K.
Uncivil war.
Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 2011
(OCoLC)743395656
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James K Hogue
ISBN: 9780807143919 080714391X 0807131474 9780807131473
OCLC Number: 761332529
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 227 pages)
Contents: Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Problem of War and Politics in Reconstruction; 1. The Politics of Louisiana Civil War Veterans in 1865; 2. The Street Battle of 1866: A Massacre of Union Veterans; 3. The Street Battle of 1872: Carpetbaggers under Siege; 4. The Street Battle of 1873: The Battle of the Cabildo and the Spread of Paramilitary Insurrection; 5. The Street Battle of 1874: The White Leagues Seize Power; 6. The Statehouse Incident of 1875: The U.S. Army Returns to New Orleans; 7. The Street Battle of 1877: A Perfect Coup d'Etat.
Responsibility: James K. Hogue.

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Uncivil War reveals that the long-term military impact of the South's occupation included twenty-five years of crippled War Department budgets inflicted by southern congressmen who feared another Reconstruction. Within Louisiana, the biracial Republican militias were dismantled, leaving blacks largely unarmed against future atrocities; at the same time, the nucleus of the state's White Leagues became the Louisiana National Guard, which defended the Redeemer government's repressive labor policies. White supremacist victory cast its shadow over American race relations for almost a century. Movin.

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