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- Link, William A.
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- Creating citizenship in the nineteenth-century South (Online)
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- Creating citizenship in the 19th century South
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- Part 1: Citizenship in an enslaved society -- 1. "Ter show yo de value of slaves": The pricing of human property / Daina Ramey Berry -- 2. Rewriting the free negro past: Joseph Lumpkin, proslavery ideology, and citizenship in Antebellum Georgia / Watson Jennison -- 3. Free people of color, expulsion, and enslavement in the Antebellum South / Emily West -- 4. Citizenship, democracy, and the structure of politics in the old South: John Calhoun's conundrum / David Brown -- Part 2: Reconstructing citizenship -- 5. Personal reconstructions: Confederates as citizens in the post-Civil War South / James J. Broomall -- 6. Citizenship and racial order in post-Civil War Atlanta / William A. Link -- 7. The antithesis of Union men and Confederate rebels: loyal citizenship in the post-Civil War South / Susanna Michele Lee -- Part 3: Reimagining citizenship -- 8. Dark Satanic fields: Uncle Tom's cabin, industrialization, and the U.S. imperial imaginary / Jennifer Rae Greeson -- 9. Fables of the reconstruction: the citizen as character / Scott Romine -- 10. White supremacy and the question of black citizenship in the post-emancipation South / Daryl Michael Scott -- 11. Tolentino, Cable, and Tourgee confront the new South and the new imperialism / Peter Schmidt -- Epilogue: Place as everywhere: on globalizing the American South / Michael O'brien.
Creating citizenship in the nineteenth-century South [electronic resource] / edited by William A. Link ... [et al.].
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2013.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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An edited collection resulting from four international conferences held between 2008 and 2010 on the theme of citizenship in the nineteenth-century American South.
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