1898 Wilmington Race Riot

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The History of a Southern State, North Carolina.

1954, Hugh Talmage Lefler and Albert Ray Newsome

Railroads, Reconstruction and the Gospel of Prosperity, Mark W. Saunders

1984, Princeton University Press

The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.

R.D.W. Conner and Clarence Poe.

1912, Doubleday, Page & Company

Some Memories of My Life, Alfred Moore Waddell

1908, Edwards & Broughton Printing Company

The Memoirs Of An Octagenarian, John D. Bellamy.

1942, Observer Printing House

Ballots & Fence Rails, Reconstruction on the Lower Cape Fear.

Wm. McKee Evans. 1995, University of Georgia Press.

The Story of the Wilmington Rebellion, Harry Hayden.

1936, Harry Hayden.

Strength through Struggle, William M. Reaves

1998, New Hanover County (NC) Library

Prince of Carpetbaggers, Jonathan Daniels.

1958, J.B. Lippincott Company.

Chronicles of the Cape Fear, James Sprunt.

1916, Edwards & Broughton. 1992, Broadfoot Publishing Company.

Iron Confederacies, Southern Railways, Klan Violence & Reconstruction.

Scott Nelson, 1999, University of North Carolina Press

Politics in Wilmington and New Hanover County, North Carolina, 1865-1900. The Genesis of a Race Riot. Jerome A. McDuffie

Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1979

UMI Dissertation Services, 800.521.0600.

Editor in Politics, Josephus Daniels, 1941, University of North Carolina Press

Authentic History of the Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877.  Susan L. Davis. 1924  

The Confederate Shoppe,  928 Delcris Drive, Birmingham, AL 35226, 205.942.8978   

Baltimore & the 19th of April 1861.  George William Brown, 2001   Johns Hopkins Press

Reconstruction in North Carolina.  Joseph G. deRoulhac Hamilton.

1971   Books For Libraries Press

Maverick Republican/Old North State, Daniel L. Russell. 

Jeffrey J. Crow/Robert F. Durden, 1977, LSU Press.

William Woods Holden, William C. Harris.

1987, LSU Press.

The Union League Movement in the Deep South.  Michael W. Fitzgerald

1989   LSU Press

Race & Politics in North Carolina, 1872-1901*.  Eric Anderson

1981   LSU Press

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1989  LSU Press

The South During Reconstruction. E. Merton Coulter

LSU Press, 1947

The Angry Scar, The Story of Reconstruction. Hodding Carter

Doubleday & Company, 1959

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The Riverside Press, 1929

The Day of the Carpetbagger, William C. Harris

LSU Press, 1979

Reconstruction in Georgia, C. Mildred Thompson

Columbia University, 1915

Black Politicians and Reconstruction in Georgia, Edmund L. Drago

LSU Press, 1982

Related Topics:

Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men. Jeffrey R. Hummel

1996, Open Court.

The Authentic History of the Ku Klux Klan, 1865-1877, Susan Lawrence Davis

American Library Service, 1924

The Invisible Empire, The Story of the Ku Klux Klan. Stanley F. Horn

Houghton-Mifflin, 1939 (CrownRights.com)

The Pursuit of Southern History. George Brown Tindall, Editor

1964, LSU Press.

Divided We Stand, Walter Prescott Webb

Farrar & Rinehart,1937

The Case of the South Against the North, Benjamin Franklin Grady.

1899, Edwards & Broughton Publishers. (Reprinted 2003-CrownRights.com)

The South’s Burden, Benjamin Franklin Grady.

1906, Nash Brothers. (Reprinted 2003-CrownRights.com)

Wade Hampton, Confederate Warrior, Conservative Statesman,

Walter Brian Cisco. 2004, Brassey’s Inc.

Hampton’s Redshirts, South Carolina’s Deliverance in 1876. Alfred B. Williams.

1935, J.T. Williams. (Reprinted 2001, CrownRights.com)

North Against South, The American Illiad 1848-1877. Ludwell H. Johnson.

1993, The Foundation For American Education.

William Swaim, Fighting Editor. Ethel Stephens Arnett.

1963, Piedmont Press.

An Uncertain Tradition, Constitutionalism & The History of the South.

Hall & Ely, Editors. 1989, University of Georgia Press.

Remembering Who We Are, Observations of a Southern Conservative.

M.E. Bradford, 1985, University of Georgia Press.

The Everlasting South. Francis Butler Simkins.

1963, LSU Press.

Ideas Have Consequences. Richard M. Weaver.

1948, University of Chicago Press.

Truths of History. Mildred Lewis Rutherford.

1920/1998, Southern Lion Books.

The Free Negro in North Carolina, 1790-1860. John Hope Franklin.

1943, UNC Press

Myths & Realities of American Slavery. John C. Perry.

2002, Burd Street Press.

Myths of American Slavery. Walter D. Kennedy.

2003, Pelican Publishing Company

Liberty Line, The Legend of the Underground Railroad. Larry Gara.

1961, University Press of Kentucky.

North of Slavery, The Negro in the Free States, 1790-1860. Leon Litwack.

1961, University of Chicago Press.

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