Marshall Cavendish, 2007 - 103 páginas
Various primary source documents, such as diary entries, newspaper accounts, political speeches, laws, popular songs, and personal letters, present the history of the era of Reconstruction in the United States. Includes discussion questions.
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Chapter z I The Freedmens Bureau
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I The Radicals Takje Charge
I The End of Reconstruction
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