Tag Archives: African-American History

Salsbury’s Slavery Spectacular!

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“Revisionist History and Slavery as Entertainment at The Black America Show”

A Few Books and Movies About American Slavery

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A Few Books and Movies About Slavery.”

Reconstruction: What If?

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“What Would Black History Be if the Reconstruction Era Had Continued?”

The Meridian Riot of 1871

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“The Meridian Race Riot of 1871: the Failure of the Rickety Reconstruction Era”.

Reconstruction: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

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“The Reconstruction Era: Federal Army Presence and Carpetbaggers and Black Representatives in Government, Oh My!”

Slaveholders, Militant Immediatists and Everyone in Between

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“Slaveholders, Militant Immediatists and Everyone Else on the Abolitionist Spectrum”.

Freedom: Some Qualifications

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“Free People of Color: A Freedom with Qualifications”.