Military Necessity and Civil Rights Policy: Black Citizenship and the Constitution, 1861-1868
Geraldine R Segal Professor of American Social Thought and Professor of History Mary Frances Berry, Mary Frances Berry
Kennikat Press, 1977 - 132 strani
This text features information on black citizenship and constitutional issues from 1861 to 1868.
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The Colonial Background
Military Service for White Males Only
No Blacks Need Apply
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