7 edition of Civil war on Race Street found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -229) and index.
|Statement||Peter B. Levy ; foreword by Stanley Harrold and Randall J. Miller, series editors.|
|LC Classifications||F189.C345 L485 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||2003040189|
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Civil War on Race Street, so named because Race Street was the road that divided blacks and whites in Cambridge, Maryland, is a detailed examination of one of the most vibrant locally based struggles for racial equality during the s.
Beginning with an overview of Cambridge, particularly its history of racial and class relations, Peter Levy ?id=LEVYXF Get this from a library. Civil war on Race Street: the civil rights movement in Cambridge, Maryland. [Peter B Levy] JOSEPH E.
JOHNSTON, A Civil War Biography, THE CIVIL WAR IN CULTURE David Blight. RACE AND REUNION: The Civil War in American Memory, Alice Fahs. THE IMAGINED CIVIL WAR: Popular Literature of the North & South,Drew Gilpin Faust.
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Hispanic soldiers fought on both sides. American Indians acted as scouts and guides, hoping to regain land and freedom if they aided the :// Race and Reunion is a brilliant book.”―Mark Dunkelman, Providence Sunday Journal “Denying that the South fought for slavery [in the Civil War] was a key element in a decades-long ideological battle eventually settled in a devil's bargain: reconciliation between whites North and South, purchased at the price of racial › Books › History › Americas.
During the past decade and a half, scholars have increasingly addressed the relationship of history and memory. Among American historians, David W. Blight has been a pioneer in the field of memory studies, especially on the problems of slavery, race, and the Civil "Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory": David W.
Blight's book, published inexplores how the past is connected to the present If you are interested in post-Civil War racial tension, this is an excellent work. Focusing on the Memphis race riot, Ash characterizes the riot in which white citizens sought out and slayed their black neighbors, as not a problem of the prevailing racism of elite southern whites, but the racist hatred of › Books › History › Americas.
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