Slavery, Race, and American History: Historical Conflict, Trends, and Method, 1866-1953

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M.E. Sharpe, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 240 pages
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This integrated set of essays introduces students to the complexities of researching and analyzing "race". Chapters focus on the problems historians and social scientists, white and black, north and south, confronted while researching, writing, and interpreting race and slavery from the late nineteenth century until 1953.
 

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Contents

James Ford Rhodes Woodrow Wilson and the Passing
16
Symbolic Antagonists
23
Historical or Personal Criticism? The Case of Frederic Bancroft
33
The Historiographic Rise Fall and Resurrection
44
Mississippi Planter and ArchivistHistorian
55
Howell M Henry
61
Proslavery Argument 18901920
69
E Merton Coulter the Dunning School and The Civil War
87
Clement Eatons Travels Through
105
Pioneer Southern Historians
133
Select Bibliography
223
About the Author
240
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