The Moment of Decision: Biographical Essays on American Character and Regional Identity

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17.
New York Tribune, 11, 28 March 1865; see also 18 March, 18 April 1865.
18.
New York Tribune, 13 May 1865.
19.
As quoted in Francis Butler Simkins and Robert Hillard Woody, South Carolina during Reconstruction ( Chapel Hill, 1932), 26-28.
20.
New York Tribune, 2 March 1865.
21.
Redpath recalled being allowed to make the announcement at one such service and being "suddenly hugged by one old colored lady." New York Tribune, 10 March 1865.
22.
New York Tribune, 18 April 1865; see also 4 April 1865.
23.
New York Tribune, 2 March 1865; see also 10 March 1865, National Anti- Slavery Standard, 11 March 1865. Redpath received more information about the performance of the Fifty-fifth Massachusetts regiment from one of its lieutenants, George Thompson Garrison, a son of the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. Francis J. Garrison and Wendell P. Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879 ( 5 vol., 1879; New York, 1960), 4:134.
24.
New York Tribune, 11 March 1865.
25.
New York Tribune, 28 March 1865; also reprinted in National Anti-Slavery Standard, 1 April 1865.
26.
New York Tribune, 2 March 1865; also reprinted in National Anti-Slavery Standard, 11 March 1865.
27.
G. F. Bartle, "The Agents and Inspectors of the British and Foreign School Society, 1826-1884," Bulletin of the History of Education Society 19 ( 1984): 19-30; Janet D. Crowe, "The Development of Education in Berwick upon Tweed to 1902" (M.E. thesis, University of Durham, 1969), 419-26, 543-46.
28.
Redpath to the Editor of the Standard, 12 July 1865, in National Anti- Slavery Standard, 22 July 1865; see also Redpath to Mrs. Pillsbury, 9 March 1865, in ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 61.
29.
Redpath to the Editor of the Standard, 12 July 1865, in National Anti- Slavery Standard, 22 July 1865.
30.
Redpath to Mrs. Pillsbury, 9 March 1865, in ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 61.
31.
New York Tribune, 18 March 1865.
34.
( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 73.
35.
Charleston Daily Courier, 17 May 1865.
36.
Ibid., 6 April 1865; Robert C. Morris, Reading, 'Riting, and Reconstruction: The Education of Freedmen in the South, 1861-1870 ( Chicago, 1976), 131.
37.
Charleston Daily Courier, 2 March, 6 April, 17 May 1865; New York Times, 16 April 1865; New York Tribune, 16 April 1865; Walter J. Fraser, Jr., Charleston! Charleston!: The History of a Southern City ( Columbia, 1991), 272; Martin Abbott, "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro Schooling in South Carolina," South Carolina Historical Magazine 57 ( 1956): 68.
38.
Charleston Daily Courier, 6 April 1865; W. F. Allen to ?, 23 May 1865, as reprinted in ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 112-13; Charleston Daily Courier, 17 May 1865.
39.
Redpath to William Gurney, 30 April 1865, in Charleston Daily Courier, 17 May 1865; ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 97; National Anti-Slavery Standard, 29 July 1865.
40.
W. F. Allen to ?, 23 May 1865, in ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 112-13.
41.
"M. C." to ?, 25 April 1865, reprinted in ( Boston) The Freedmen's Record 1 ( 1865): 99-100.

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