Lawrence N. Powell, Jonathan Mark Souther
Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2001 M01 1 - 801 páginas
Anthology that is a grand overview of the era of Reconstruction in Louisiana. The selections present to the reader clear, concise facts and interpretations of this often misunderstood period in Louisiana's history.
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The Judicial System of New Orleans Under Union
The Military Occupation of Southwest
Freedpeople and the Government of Labour in Southern
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