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Reconstruction

historiography

The Continuing Evolution of Reconstruction Historiography,
by Eric Foner
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Reconstruction in the Southern United States: A Comparative Perspective,
by Thomas J. Pressly
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What Did Freedom Mean? The Aftermath of Slavery as Seen by Former Slaves and Former Masters in Three Societies,
by Dean C. Brink
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Ulysses S. Grant and Reconstruction,
by David L. Wilson
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What Students Need to Know About the “New South”,
by Nancy Smith Midgette
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from the editor

Teaching Comparative Reconstruction,
by Glenn M. Linden
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dialogue

Reforming History Curricula: Some Thoughts on Democracy and Western Civilization,
by Douglas Greenberg
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on teaching

Using Local History, Primary Source Material, and Comparative History to Teach Reconstruction,
by James F. Adomanis
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A Heritage of Concern for History Teaching,
The OAH Fund for American History
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lesson plans

Comparing the Emancipation Proclamation and the Russian Emancipation Manifesto,
by Clair W. Keller
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Reconstruction, the Fourteenth Amendment, and Personal Liberties,
by Jean West Mueller and Wynell Burroughs Schamel
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Relating the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Civil Rights Movement,
by Gary Minor
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Reconstruction Through Role Playing,
by Brian C. Gunn
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Reconstruction: From the Students’ Perspective,
by Lys A. Schaelfer
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educational resources

Reconstruction Era: Resources for a Balanced Approach,
by David M. Seiter
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history headlines

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