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Welcome to the Reconstruction Period Research Forum. W. E. B. Du Bois, in his classic study of the role of the African American In the post-Civil War Reconstruction finds: "The story of transplanting millions of Africans to the new world and of their bondage for four centuries, is a fascinating one. Particularly interesting for students of human culture is the sudden freeing of these Black folk in the Nineteenth Century and the attempt through them, to reconstruct the basis of American democracy from 1860-1880." His study has significance for the family researcher since "it seeks to tell and interpret those twenty years of fateful history with especial reference to the efforts and experience of the Black folk themselves."

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Family History Resources - AMA
freeman records
Re: freeman records
Re: freeman records
Re: freeman records
Re: freeman records
Reconstruction Act of 1867 - House
Select Committee on Reconstruction
AA Museum of St. Martinville, LA ®
Re:AA Museum of St Martinville, LA
Re: AA Museum of St. Martinville, LA ®
Plantation Records - U of Toronto
40 Acres and a Mule
Re: 40 Acres and a Mule
Re: 40 Acres and a Mule
Reconstruction in Alabama
Re: Reconstruction in Alabama
AME Church - Cincinnati (1874)
Reconstruction in South Carolina
South Carolina Highway
Re: South Carolina - Reconstruction
Fiction? Fact? History? Truth?
J.F. Drake spurred A&M's growth
DC-lynching apolgy
NARA - Freedmen's Bureau Marriage Records
Freedmen's Bureau - M1907,Mississippi
Re: Freedmen's Bureau - M1907,Mississippi
Freedmen's Bureau - M1901, Arkansas
Re: Freedmen's Bureau - M1901, Arkansas
Gov't Resources - Serial Sets
Reconstruction - LOC
Re: Education for Freedmen
Reconstruction's Trail - Its Records
Re: Reconstruction's Trail - Its Records
Re: Reconstruction's Trail - Its Records
Freedmen's Bureau , LA - Rost Home Colony
Jim Crow - Hampton Normal & Agri Inst
Re: Hampton Normal & Agri Institute
Re: Hampton Normal & Agri Institute
Barbara Jordan - An Oral Interview
Whitney M. Young, Jr. - An Oral Interview
Roy Wilkins - Oral Interview
A. Phillip Randolph - Oral Interview
Operation Tennessee Waltz
Freedmen's Bureau Records
Jim Crow was here
A New Tool? Denying the right to vote?
Re: A New Tool? Denying the right to vote?
Texas Reconstruction
Re: Texas Reconstruction
Re: Texas Reconstruction
Reconstruction in Arkansas
Senate Report - H. Adams' account of Outrages
Reconstruction
Re: Reconstruction
Re: Reconstruction
Re: Reconstruction
Re: From Slavery to Freedom to Slavery*
Civil Rights Museum opens in Minneapolis
AfriAm Young Leaders
Seeking New Leaders
J.F. Drake spurred A&M's growth
William Councill A&M's First Leader
Benjamin, Robert Charles O'Hara 1855-1900
Andrew Johnson - the aftermath
Reconstruction - The Compromise of 1877
Reconstruction - Replay
CW and Reconstruction
“Memories: Perspectives on Black History"
Celebrating Winston Graig
President Lincoln Museum Review
1906 lynchings recalled in MO
Reconstruction at the Southern Sources Symposium
Black History This Day
Debra Mack: FBI Chief
1881 Laundry Women's Strike
Re: 1881 Laundry Women's Strike
Re: 1881 Laundry Women's Strike
Louisiana Freedmen Bureau Records
Mississippi black codes
corrected link
Cross that River
The Niagara Movement
Black Codes in the Former Confederate States
The Press and Lynchings of African Americans
Albert Ernest Meyzeek of Louisville KY
willa Mae Thorton
Texas State Library's "Forever Free"
Re: Texas State Library's "Forever Free"
Re: Texas State Library's "Forever Free"
Burnet Rhett Maybank 1899-1954
Sarah Evams dies in Detroit
Sharecroppers Exhibition: Harsh Story
Norman "Turkey" Stearnes
James Speed
"America's Reconstruction"
Reflections on Black History
Terrorists in Laurens SC
Re: Terrorists in Laurens SC
Re: Terrorists in Laurens SC
Charles Summer ~ Abolitionist
Helper, Hinton Rowan 1829 -1909
AL 1867 Voter Registration
1913 Juanita Mitchell, Activist
Life of Millis Mitchell & descendants, SC to TX
Another child of Millis & Henrietta Mitchell?
Reconstruction and Black Suffrage
Oberlin: A Legacy of Positive Change
and then there is Berea College
A Way Out of No Way
Sex and Love in the Segregated South.
Re: Sex and Love in the Segregated South.
Mitchell & Marshall family, SC, NC, LA, TX
Re: Mitchell & Marshall family, SC, NC, LA, TX
Civil Rights Bombing Revisited
Willie Mae Thornton born 11 Dec 1926
Re: Willie Mae Thornton born 11 Dec 1926
Jesse Owens born 12 Dec 1913
Dr. H. Roger Williams
Freedman Lyles Marshall seeking parents
Re: Freedman Lyles Marshall seeking parents
Freedmen's Bureau labor contracts, Texas
Freedmen's Bureau records, Texas
Weekly Calendar ~ Chat Sunday Morning
Reconstruction school - Loudoun VA
Re: Reconstruction school - Loudoun VA
Post-Civil War Family Land Certificates SC
Re: Post-Civil War Family Land Certificates SC
Reconstruction - In the News
Re: Reconstruction - In the News
Re: Reconstruction - In the News
Reconstruction - Lincoln's Last Speech
Mural honors women in rights struggle
Civil Rights Mural Debut
African Americans Property and Community
Re: African Americans Property and Community
Re: African Americans Property and Community
The Vote in Alabama 2004
Black Caucus Threatens Filibuster
Marriages of Freedmen, Wilson Cty TN
Re: Marriages of Freedmen, Wilson Cty TN
The Tuskegee Study~Internet Resources
AL Constitution ~ News Notes
Blight Clean Up in Montgomery
Alabama ~ Civil Rights Era Secret
RAPIER, J. T.
Re: RAPIER, J. T.
Re: RAPIER, James Thomas.
Re: RAPIER, James Thomas
Re: RAPIER, James Thomas
Re: RAPIER, J. T.
Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Henry Adams 1880 Testimony
Re: Senate Rpt - Henry Adams 1880 Testimony
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Re: Senate Rpt - Negro Exodus from So. States PT 2
Related Book Reviews Links
Scottsboro Boys~A profile in courage
Reclaiming Viola Liuzzo
The Alabama Penny Savings Bank
St Luke Penny Savings Bank
Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern States
Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern States
Re: Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern Sta
Re: Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern Sta
Re: Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern Sta
Re: Senate Report - George T . Ruby
Re: Senate Report - George T . Ruby
Re: Senate Report - Negro Exodus from Southern Sta
Neglected Voices ~ No More!
Re: Neglected Voices ~ No More!
Red Summer of 1919
The Great Blacks in Wax Museum
The Freedman's Saving and Trust Company
Congressional Recognition 41 Yrs Later
Scottsboro Boys' filming under way
Re: Scottsboro Boys' filming under way
Re: Scottsboro Boys' filming under way
Bettye Jackson First Black Council Prez
Where History Turned the Corner
Alexandria, Virginia 1865
Re: Alexandria, Virginia 1865
Re: Alexandria, Virginia 1865
Re: Alexandria, Virginia 1865
William Hastie
Were Confederate guerillas active in KKK?
Re: Were Confederate guerillas active in KKK?
Re: Were Confederate guerillas active in KKK?
Black Legislator Shepherd Mullen
Race and Place ~ CFP
Symposium on Southern Women~CFP
Bus Debut Delayed
Alabama Civil Rights~September
'Bygones should be bygones' or should they?
Footwashing at Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
Historical Director Resigns
Pond Spring Project Unclear
Hallie Quinn Brown
"A Killing In Choctaw"
Church fights to save building
Voices of Civil Rights
The Public Is Invited
Scottsboro 24 July 1937
HELP! Reconstruction Thesis Project
Re: HELP! Reconstruction Thesis Project
Re: HELP! Reconstruction Thesis Project
Have you found them in census?
Overton, William J.
Re: Overton, William J.
Re: Overton, William J.
Henry Plummer Cheatham of NC
Families Remember GWCarver
"Without Sanctuary:"
Harris, Patricia Roberts
Re: Harris, Patricia Roberts
Re: Patricia Roberts Harris
WHARTON, Clifton Reginald~trailblazer
Cornelius Cooper Johnson
Re: Cornelius Cooper Johnson
Canter Brown Examines Florida Reconstruction
BOLDEN, Ruth - pioneer
Clement Claiborne Clay~of interest
Una Mae Carlisle - Pioneer
The Barbara E. Pope Court Case
Re: The Barbara E. Pope Court Case
Re: The Barbara E. Pope Court Case
REMEMBERING Henry Adams
Re: REMEMBERING Henry Adams
REMEMBERING Benjamin "Pap" Singleton
HUDSON, Winson~Pioneer
Bus Drivers ~ Unsung Heroes
A Colored Man's Reminiscences of James Madison
The Negro as an American
Reconstruction ~ Frederick Douglass
Re: 1870-1880 Events
COBB, William Montague 1904-1990
Reconstruction in Alabama
Voting in Tuscumbia, Alabama
Henry Philbert Lankford
Ex-Slave families and Citizenship
Re: Ex-Slave families and Citizenship
William Henry Council ~ pioneer
BRANDON & TOWNSEND Alabama Officials
Documenting the period of Emancipation
Reconstruction - LaMott PA
Re: Reconstruction - LaMott PA
Decatur AL• Black Facts
Alabama Civil Rights History
Civil Rights Gathering
Resources for research 1860-1880
PETTIFORD, W.R.
Urban Emancipation
Fitzgeralds Response to Dee;s Review
Reconstruction & National Growth 1865-1900
Re: Reconstruction & National Growth 1865-1900 #2
Re: Reconstruction & National Growth 1865-1900 #3
Books on Emancipations Proclimations
Justice to the Negro....NY Times..25 Sep 1880
Pensacola's Elected Officials
OPINION -- PBS on Reconstruction era
"Reconstruction: The Second Civil War"
REMINDER - American Experience Tonight 1/12/04
Re: REMINDER - American Experience Tonight 1/12/04
Re: REMINDER - American Experience Tonight 1/12/04
Part 2 tonight
Southern Demographics 1890
Economic and Social sucess and failures
Re: Economic and Social sucess and failures
Florida
Re: Florida
Re: Florida
Peonage & Share cropping, one banker's view
Reconstruction Bibliography
Alabama in th eearly 1900's
Crisis Magazine On Line
Civil Rights Movements
reconstruction peroid
Re: reconstruction peroid
jim Crow & Education
Re: jim Crow & Education
The Exodus
Re: The Exodus and the Compromise
Re: The Exodus and the Compromise
The Valley of The Shadow
The Freedmens Bureau
Mississippi’s Most Glorious Thanksgiving
Re: Mississippi’s Most Glorious Thanksgiving
A Share Crop Contract
The Aftermath of Reconstruction
Benjamin Singleton ~ hero
Homestead Act
The First Years of Freedom
The 1860's Freedom At last - Texas
Re: The 1860's Freedom At last - Texas
How did they purchase the land
Re: How did they purchase the land
The Southern Homestead Act
Re: The Southern Homestead Act
Re: The Southern Homestead Act
Related web sites
Mixed race issues in Alabama 1883
1867 Voting issues
40 acres & a mule
40 Acres and A Mule
Re: 40 Acres and A Mule
Re: 40 Acres and A Mule
Re: 40 Acres and A Mule
Re: 40 Acres and A Mule
Re: 40 acres & a mule
Re: 40 acres & a mule
Re: 40 acres & a mule
Black codes of Mississippi
Black Codes Louisiana 1865
Re: Black Codes Louisiana 1865
Freedmen's Bureau Act 1865
1866 Census in Alabama
Godfrey: adds AfriAm Newspaper Collection
APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES - GA
Baldwin County
Bibb - Coweta Counties
Dooly - Houston Counties
Jackson - Monroe Counties
Morgan - Webster Counties
Attack integrated Ed - MS- during period
E-books from Virginia
Re: E-books from Virginia
RECONSTRUCTION by Frederick Douglas
Mississippi Reconstruction
Reconstruction Era and African American Marriages
Re: Reconstruction Era and African American Marria
Of the Dawn of Freedom
Sweet Dreams of Freedom
Re: Sweet Dreams of Freedom
AR-Anti-equity bill in Congress- 1868
Black Office Holders 1867-1878
Illinois House of Rep African Americans 1876-1926
Re: Illinois House of Rep African Americans 1876-1
North Carolina Connections -
Sunday Brunch Chat 11:AM edt
Record Group 105
Black Participation In Reconstruction
W. E. B. DuBois
Legitimatizing Slave Marriages
Re: Legitimatizing Slave Marriages
1870-1880 Events
1866-1869 Events
1865 Events
1862-1864 Events
1860-1861 Events
When States End Reconstruction
Reconstruction Research ~ WELCOME!
Re: Reconstruction Research ~ WELCOME!
Re: Reconstruction Research ~ WELCOME!
Reconstruction ~ TimeLine
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