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Negroes and their treatment in Virginia from 1865 to 1867.

by John Preston McConnell

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Published by Negro Universities Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • African Americans -- Virginia

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE185.93.V8 M12 1969
      The Physical Object
      Pagination126 p.
      Number of Pages126
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5216433M
      ISBN 100837112656
      LC Control Number75084691
      OCLC/WorldCa53680

      The civil rights movement (–) aimed to eliminate racial discrimination against African Americans, improve their educational and employment opportunities, and establish their electoral power, just after the abolition of slavery in the United period from to saw a tremendous change in the fortunes of the black community following the elimination of slavery in the South. Forty acres and a mule is part of Special Field Orders No. 15, a post-Civil War promise proclaimed by Union General William Tecumseh Sherman on Janu , to allot family units, including freed people, a plot of land no larger than 40 acres (16 ha). Sherman later ordered the army to lend mules for the agrarian reform effort. The field orders followed a series of conversations between.

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      Page ALEXANDRIA COMMON COUNCIL PAPERS 16 items, Included are an report of a committee about a servant abused by the watch, an letter by the mayor concerning free blacks, and depositions in a case involving the throwing of a brick by a black man. Virginia Life Insurance Company Advertisement. Slave Insurance. Contributed by Sharon Ann Murphy. Slave insurance involved a contract between a policy holder and an insurance company in which the insurer promised to pay a sum of money upon the death of an enslaved the three decades leading up to the American Civil War (–), such policies became widespread in southern states.


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McConnell's Negroes and their Treatment in Virginia from ; H. Eckenrode's The Political History of Virginia during Reconstruction; and C. Pearson's The Readjuster Move-ment in Virginia. The author makes a survey of the situation prior to the Civil War. NEGROES AND THEIR TREATMENT IN VIRGINIA FROM i TO By John Preston McConnell, M.

A., Ph. D.; pp.; Smith & Brothers, Pulaski, Va. [i] The negro race in America has certainly not lacked for literary inter-pretation, though for economic and social treatment the Far South has attracted more writers than Virginia.

In just four short years, the lives of enslaved and already freed African-Americans would change drastically. From being granted freedom in to citizenship inthe years proceeding the Civil War would be vital not just to the rebuilding of the United States, but the ability of African-Americans to become full : Femi Lewis.

[54] Enquirer, August 3, "The disgusting and loathsome exhibition of the past week demonstrates to the plainest intellect that the fate of Hayti awaits Virginia if, through apathy and indifference, the Caucasian majority in this State permit the African minority to obtain the control of the government.

Completely demoralized and corrupted.The number of carpetbaggers in Virginia was never large, but their influence was out of all proportion to their number for several years succeeding Virginia had no state government from tobut was governed through the military.

The army officers usually strove to be just and moderate.He chose for his dissertation subject as part of the work for his Ph.D. degree, NEGROES AND THEIR TREATMENT IN VIRGINIA FROM TO This dissertation was copyrighted inand the book was widely distributed at $ per copy, which was a good price for a small volume in those days.