Trailblazers of the Reconstruction Era
VOLUME 30, NUMBER 1, WINTER 2017
By Joey Holleman back to main story
Reading and Websites
Billingsley, Andrew. Yearning to Breathe Free: Robert Smalls of South Carolina and His Families. University of South Carolina Press, 2007.
Black Americans in Congress, U.S. House of Representatives.
Burke, W. Lewis, Jr. “Post-Reconstruction Justice: The Prosecution and Trial of Francis Lewis Cardozo.” South Carolina Law Review, Winter 2002.
Drago, Edmund L. Charleston’s Avery Center: From Education and Civil Rights to Preserving the African American Experience. The History Press, 2006.
Foner, Eric. Reconstruction: America’s Unfinished Revolution, 1863-1877. HarperCollins, 2002.
Gatewood, Willard B., Jr. “The Remarkable Misses Rollin: Black Women in the Reconstruction South Carolina.” The South Carolina Historical Magazine, January 1991.
Hampton, Christine W., and Rosalee W. Washington. The History of Lincolnville, South Carolina. CreateSpace, 2007.
Holland, Rupert Sargent, Ed. Letters and Diary of Laura M. Towne: Written from the Sea Islands of South Carolina, 1862-1884. Cambridge, 1912.
National Park Service: Reconstruction Era, National Monument South Carolina.
Packwood, Cyril Outerbridge. Detour—Bermuda, Destination—U.S. House of Representatives: The Life of Joseph Hayne Rainey. Baxter’s Ltd., 1977.
Powers, Bernard E., Jr. Black Charlestonians: A Social History, 1822-1885. The University of Arkansas Press, 1999.
Rollin, Frank A. (Frances). Life and Public Services of Martin R. Delany. Lee and Shepard, 1883. http://digilib.nypl.org/dynaweb/digs/wwm9720
S.C. African American Heritage Foundation. A Teacher’s Guide to African American Historic Places in South Carolina. http://shpo.sc.gov/pubs/Documents/TGAAHPfull.pdf
S.C. Department of Education, Eighth-Grade History Standards, 2016. http://ed.sc.gov/scdoe/assets/file/agency/ccr/Standards-Learning/documents/Grade8SupportDocument.pdf
Simms, William Gilmore (revised by Mary C. Simms Oliphant). The History of South Carolina. The State Company, 1916.
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