Freedom, a Documentary History of Emancipation, 1861-1867: Destruction of slavery, Volume 1; Volume 3
Cambridge University Press, 1982 - African Americans - 937 pages
Union occupation of parts of the Confederacy during the Civil War forced federal officials to confront questions about the social order that would replace slavery. This volume of Freedom presents a documentary history of the emergence of free-labor relati
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