Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy The Fred W. Morrison Series in Southern Studies

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The University of North Carolina Press #ad - Senator, tillman offered a vision of reform that was proudly white supremacist. Through the life of benjamin ryan tillman 1847-1918, south Carolina's self-styled agrarian rebel, this book traces the history of white male supremacy and its discontents from the era of plantation slavery to the age of Jim Crow.

As an anti-reconstruction guerrilla, Democratic activist, South Carolina governor, and U. S. Over the course of his career, Tillman faced down opponents ranging from agrarian radicals to aristocratic conservatives, from woman suffragists to black Republicans. His arguments and accomplishments rested on the premise that only productive and virtuous white men should govern and that federal power could never be trusted.

Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy The Fred W. Morrison Series in Southern Studies #ad - In the name of white male militance, and solidarity, productivity, he justified lynching and disfranchised most of his state's black voters. This book instead reveals that Tillman's white supremacy was a political program and social argument whose legacies continue to shape American life. His vision and his voice shaped the understandings of millions and helped create the violent, repressive world of the Jim Crow South.

Friend and foe alike--and generations of historians--interpreted Tillman's physical and rhetorical violence in defense of white supremacy as a matter of racial and gender instinct.

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Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the Civil War A Nation Divided: Studies in the Civil War Era

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University of Virginia Press #ad - The fifteen years since the original publication of Apostles of Disunion have seen an intensification of debates surrounding the Confederate flag and Civil War monuments. In a powerful new afterword to this anniversary edition, Dew situates the book in relation to these recent controversies and factors in the role of vast financial interests tied to the internal slave trade in pushing Virginia and other upper South states toward secession and war.

Charles dew’s apostles of disunion has established itself as a modern classic and an indispensable account of the Southern states’ secession from the Union. Addressing topics still hotly debated among historians and the public at large more than a century and a half after the Civil War, the book offers a compelling and clearly substantiated argument that slavery and race were at the heart of our great national crisis.

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When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865 Civil War America

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The University of North Carolina Press #ad - Among the intriguing topics ash explores are guerrilla warfare and other forms of civilian resistance; the evolution of Union occupation policy from leniency to repression; the impact of occupation on families, churches, and local government; and conflicts between southern aristocrats and poor whites.

In analyzing these topics, ash examines events from the perspective not only of southerners but also of the northern invaders, and he shows how the experiences of southerners differed according to their distance from a garrisoned town. For most, the coming of the Yankees was a nightmare become real; for some, it was the answer to a prayer.

When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865 Civil War America #ad - But as stephen ash argues, for all, invasion and occupation were essential parts of the experience of defeat that helped shape the southern postwar mentality. When the yankees came is the first comprehensive study of the occupied South, bringing to light a wealth of new information about the southern home front.

Southerners whose communities were invaded by the Union army during the Civil War endured a profoundly painful ordeal.

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Denmark Vesey's Garden: Slavery and Memory in the Cradle of the Confederacy

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The New Press #ad - Slave population stepped onto our shores, where the first shot at Fort Sumter began the Civil War, and where Dylann Roof shot nine people at Emanuel A. M. E. Church, the congregation of Denmark Vesey, a black revolutionary who plotted a massive slave insurrection in 1822. One of janet maslin’s favorite books of 2018, the new york timesone of john warner’s favorite Books of 2018, Chicago TribuneNamed one of the “Best Civil War Books of 2018” by the Civil War Monitor“A fascinating and important new historical study.

Janet maslin, the new york Times“A stunning contribution to the historiography of Civil War memory studies. Civil war times in the tradition of james loewen’s lies my teacher told me, a deeply researched book that uncovers competing histories of how slavery is remembered in Charleston, South Carolina, and elsewhere, Denmark Vesey’s Garden reveals the deep roots of these controversies and traces them to the heart of slavery in the United States: Charleston, New Orleans, South Carolina—the heart of Dixie A book that strikes at the heart of the recent flare-ups over Confederate symbols in Charlottesville, where almost half of the U.

Denmark Vesey's Garden: Slavery and Memory in the Cradle of the Confederacy #ad - S. Denmark vesey’s garden joins the small bookshelf of major, paradigm-shifting new interpretations of slavery’s enduring legacy in the United States. In contrast, their descendants, former slaves, and some white allies have worked to preserve an honest, unvarnished account of slavery as the cruel system it was.

As early as 1865, former slaveholders and their descendants began working to preserve a romanticized memory of the antebellum South.

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South Carolina: A History

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University of South Carolina Press #ad - Up. University of South Carolina Press. Covering almost five centuries, educational, an insightful, and comprehensive history of South Carolina brings to life the diverse voices of the South Carolinians of the past and details the state's present economic, authoritative, and political challenges.

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Strom Thurmond's America: A History

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Hill and Wang #ad - The implications of this insight are vast. Crespino's adroit, in fact, lucid portrait reveals that Thurmond was, both a segregationist and a Sunbelt conservative. Do not forget that ‘skill and integrity' are the keys to success. This was the last piece of advice on a list Will Thurmond gave his son Strom in 1923.

University of South Carolina Press. The younger thurmond would keep the words in mind throughout his long and colorful career as one of the South's last race-baiting demagogues and as a national power broker who, along with Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan, was a major figure in modern conservative politics.

But as the historian joseph crespino demonstrates in Strom Thurmond's America, the late South Carolina senator followed only part of his father's counsel. Thurmond was not a curiosity from a bygone era, but rather one of the first conservative Republicans we would recognize as such today. Political skill was the key to Thurmond's many successes; a consummate opportunist, he had less use for integrity.

As early as the 1950s, he began to forge alliances with Christian Right activists, and he eagerly took up the causes of big business, military spending, and anticommunism. A onetime democrat and labor supporter in the senate, he switched parties in 1964 and helped to dismantle New Deal protections for working Americans.

Strom Thurmond's America: A History #ad - If thurmond was a great hypocrite, though, he was also an innovator who saw the future of conservative politics before just about anyone else. He was a thoroughgoing racist―he is best remembered today for his twenty-four-hour filibuster in opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1957―but he fathered an illegitimate black daughter whose existence he did not publicly acknowledge during his lifetime.

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Stono: Documenting and Interpreting a Southern Slave Revolt Non Series

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University of South Carolina Press #ad - More than sixty whites and thirty slaves died in the violence that followed. University of South Carolina Press. Primary documents-including some works previously unpublished and largely unknown even to specialists-offer accounts of the violence, discussions of Stono's impact on white sensibilities, and public records relating incidents of the uprising.

Smith has assembled a compendium of materials necessary for an informed examination of the revolt. Thornton, Edward A. In the fall of 1739, as many as one hundred enslaved African and African Americans living within twenty miles of Charleston joined forces to strike down their white owners and march en masse toward Spanish Florida and freedom.

Stono: Documenting and Interpreting a Southern Slave Revolt Non Series #ad - Pearson, meaning, and smith himself reveal how historians have used some of the same documents to construct radically different interpretations of the revolt's causes, and effects. Used book in Good Condition. Smith, stono: documenting and interpreting a Southern Slave Revolt introduces readers to the documents needed to understand both the revolt and the ongoing discussion among scholars about the legacy of the insurrection.

Excerpts from works by John K. Among the most important slave revolts in colonial America, the Stono Rebellion also ranks as South Carolina's largest slave insurrection and one of the bloodiest uprisings in American history. Significant for the fear it cast among lowcountry slaveholders and for the repressive slave laws enacted in its wake, Stono continues to attract scholarly attention as a historical event worthy of study and reinterpretation.

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The Orangeburg Massacre

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Mercer University Press #ad - The Orangeburg Massacre #ad - What had begun as an attempt by peaceful young people to use the facilities of a local bowling alley had become a violent confrontation between aroused students and the coercive power of the state. On the night of february 8th, 1968, officers of the law opened fire on protesting students on the campus of South Carolina State College at Orangeburg.

Used book in Good Condition. This tragedy was the first of its kind on any American college campus and became known as the Orangeburg Massacre. When the shooting stopped, three young men were dead and twenty-seven other students were seriously wounded. University of South Carolina Press.

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Gender and Jim Crow: Women and the Politics of White Supremacy in North Carolina, 1896-1920 Gender and American Culture

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The University of North Carolina Press #ad - Using the lives of african american women to tell the larger story, their feminism, Gilmore chronicles black women's political strategies, and their efforts to forge political ties with white women. Glenda gilmore recovers the rich nuances of southern political history by placing black women at its center.

Gender and jim crow argues that the ideology of white supremacy embodied in the Jim Crow laws of the turn of the century profoundly reordered society and that within this environment, black women crafted an enduring tradition of political activism. Used book in Good Condition. According to gilmore, in effect, brothers, diplomats to the white community after the disfranchisement of their husbands, a generation of educated African American women emerged in the 1890s to become, and fathers.

Gender and Jim Crow: Women and the Politics of White Supremacy in North Carolina, 1896-1920 Gender and American Culture #ad - University of South Carolina Press. Her analysis highlights the active role played by women of both races in the political process and in the emergence of southern progressivism. Used book in Good Condition. In addition, black and white, gilmore illuminates the manipulation of concepts of gender by white supremacists and shows how this rhetoric changed once women, gained the vote.

She explores the pivotal and interconnected roles played by gender and race in North Carolina politics from the period immediately preceding the disfranchisement of black men in 1900 to the time black and white women gained the vote in 1920 .

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Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow

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Penguin Press #ad - But the terror unleashed by white paramilitary groups in the former Confederacy, combined with deteriorating economic conditions and a loss of Northern will, restored "home rule" to the South. Bringing a lifetime of wisdom to bear as a scholar, gates uncovers the roots of structural racism in our own time, and public intellectual, filmmaker, while showing how African Americans after slavery combatted it by articulating a vision of a "New Negro" to force the nation to recognize their humanity and unique contributions to America as it hurtled toward the modern age.

The story gates tells begins with great hope, with the Emancipation Proclamation, Union victory, and the liberation of nearly 4 million enslaved African-Americans. Until 1877, the federal government, goaded by the activism of Frederick Douglass and many others, tried at various turns to sustain their new rights.

Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow #ad - As sobering as this tale is, it also has within it the inspiration that comes with encountering the hopes our ancestors advanced against the longest odds. Through his close reading of the visual culture of this tragic era, together, Gates reveals the many faces of Jim Crow and how, they reinforced a stark color line between white and black Americans.

Used book in Good Condition. But the century in between remains a mystery: if emancipation sparked "a new birth of freedom" in Lincoln's America, why was it necessary to march in Martin Luther King, Jr. S america? in this new book, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Seeks to answer that question in a history that moves from the Reconstruction Era to the "nadir" of the African-American experience under Jim Crow, one of our leading chroniclers of the African-American experience, through to World War I and the Harlem Renaissance.

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South Carolina in the Civil War: The Confederate Experience in Letters and Diaries

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McFarland & Company #ad - Letters and Diary. This collection of letters and diaries provides glimpses into the lives of a diverse group of South Carolinians. Although modern authors continually produce important studies of the War Between the States, the firsthand accounts of those who were in the conflict remain the most valuable tools for understanding.

South Carolina in the Civil War: The Confederate Experience in Letters and Diaries #ad - Collected from the archives of Winthrop University, these remarkable documents give voices and faces to the war as it affected South Carolina and her citizens. Among the seventeen accounts are the voices of women, who left his beloved palmetto State to fight and die in Virginia before the war was even a year old; and of common men, including a Confederate spy; of officers like Captain Obidiah Hardin, like German immigrant Augustus Franks, whose love for his adopted state compelled him to staunchly defend the Confederacy.

Confederate American Civil War. Winthrop University. Used book in Good Condition. University of South Carolina Press. Used book in Good Condition.

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