The Trouble they seen: Black people tell the story of Reconstruction

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Doubleday, Aug 1, 1976 - History - 491 pages
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Documents, letters, and journal entries record the impact of Reconstruction on the South and the social, political, economic, educational, and cultural changes affecting blacks

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Contents

YEAR ONE
1
WE ARE LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS
67
THE SPOKESMEN
137
Copyright

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About the author (1976)

Dorothy Sterling is a native New Yorker now living on Cape Cod in Wellfleet. She has made many trips to Nantucket, Block Island, Martha's Vineyard, and Long Island. She is a painstaking and thorough researcher with a long list of natural history, biography, and fiction books to her credit.