The Scalawag in Alabama Politics, 1865-1881

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. PRIMARY SOURCES
A. MANUSCRIPTS
Alabama State Department of Archives and History, Montgomery
Authograph Collection.
Papers of Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands.
Confederate Military Records.
John Witherspoon DuBose Papers.
C. W. Dustan Papers.
Adam C. Felder File.
Adam C. Felder Papers.
George S. Houston Papers.
Index to Civil Registers of Appointments, Papers of the Secretary of State of Alabama.
Robert McKee Papers.
Charles C. Langdon Papers.
Governor David P. Lewis Papers.
Original Manuscript Returns for Presidential, Congressional, and State Elections in Alabama, Papers of the Secretary of State of Alabama.
Wallace Parham Papers.
Governor Lewis E. Parsons Papers.
Lewis E. Parsons File.
Lewis E. Parsons Papers.
Governor R. M. Patton Papers.
Register of Applications for Amnesty and Pardons, 1865, 2 vols.
Republicans of Alabama File.
John W. A. Sanford Papers.
Papers of the Secretary of State of Alabama, Letters Received.
Henry Churchill Semple File.
Henry Churchill Semple Papers.
Governor William H. Smith Letterbooks, No. 10-13.
Governor William H. Smith Papers.
Wager Swayne Papers.
C. W. Tait Papers.
Rutherford B. Hayes Library, Fremont, Ohio
Rutherford B. Hayes Papers.
John Sherman Papers.
Howard University Library, Washington, D.C.
James T. Rapier Papers.
Division of Manuscripts, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Frederick G. Bromberg Papers.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • BARUCH AWARDS - 1927-1976 ii
  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - UNIONISTS HAVE THEIR DAY 5
  • Chapter 2 - REVOLUTIONARY TIMES 18
  • Chapter 3 - CROSSING THE RUBICON 33
  • Chapter 4 - THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA 56
  • Chapter 7 - AT SEA WITHOUT A RUDDER 108
  • Chapter 8 - CONCLUSION 128
  • Appendix - REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS, ALABAMA, 1868-1881 136
  • Notes 154
  • Bibliography 191
  • Index 203
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