Ira Berlin - History - 1985 - 852 pages
This is the first of a series of documentary histories of emancipation designed to tell the story of the transit of black people from slavery to freedom in the United States ...
Ira Berlin - History - 1982 - 976 pages
This 1991 volume of Freedom presents a documentary history of the emergence of free-labor relations in the large plantation areas of the Lower South.
Ira Berlin - History - 1998 - 259 pages
Draws on the letters and personal testimonies of freed slaves to describe the remaking of the African-American family during the Civil War and Reconstruction eras
Ira Berlin - History - 1992 - 571 pages
Gathers first hand accounts of slavery and the efforts of Black Americans to transform the Civil War into a war to end slavery
Ira Berlin - History - 1992 - 243 pages
The three essays in this volume present an introduction to history of the emancipation of the slaves during the Civil War. The first essay traces the destruction of slavery by ...
John David Smith - History - 2002 - 451 pages
Based on the latest research in several fields of study, this survey of black participation in the military affairs of the nation during the Civil War and Reconstruction ...
William A. Dobak - History - 2011 - 553 pages
The Civil War changed the United States in many ways--economic, political, and social. Of these changes, none was more important than Emancipation. Besides freeing nearly 4 ...