Table of contents for Encyclopedia of the Reconstruction era : Greenwood milestones in African American history / edited by Richard Zuczek ; foreword by Eric Foner.

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Contents
Foreword by Eric Foner
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Guide to Related Topics
Chronology
Map 1: Reconstruction Military Districts and Dates of Readmission and Redemption
Map 2: Slaves as a Percent of Total Population 1860
Encyclopedia of the Reconstruction Era
Abolitionists
Abolition of Slavery
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. (1835-1915)
Adams, Charles Francis, Sr. (1807-1886)
African Americans
Agriculture
Aiken, D. Wyatt (1828-1887)
Akerman, Amos Tappan (1821-1880)
ALABAMA
Alcorn, James Lusk (1816-1894)
Amendments, Constitutional, Proposed by Andrew Johnson
American Indian
American Missionary Association (AMA)
AMES, ADELBERT
Amnesty Proclamations
Annual Messages of the President
Arkansas
ASHLEY, JAMES M.
Assassination of Abraham Lincoln (1865)
Atkinson, Edward (1827-1905)
Banks, Nathaniel P. (1816-1894)
Belmont, August (1813-1890)
Bennett, James Gordon, Jr., (1841-1918)
Bingham, John A. (1815-1900)
Black Codes
Black, Jeremiah Sullivan (1810-1883)
Black Politicians
Black Suffrage
Black Troops (U.S.C.T.) in the Occupied South
BLAINE, JAMES G.
Blair, Francis P., Jr. (1821-1875)
Blair, Francis P., Sr. (1791-1876)
Blair, Montgomery (1813-1883)
Bloody Shirt
BOURBONS
Boutwell, George S. (1818-1905)
Bristow, Benjamin (1832-1896)
Brooks-Baxter War (Arkansas)
Brown, Joseph Emerson (1821-1894)
Browning, Orville Hickman (1806-1881)
Brownlow, William G. ("Parson") (1805-1877)
Bruce, Blanche Kelso (1841-1898)
Bullock, Rufus B. (1834-1907)
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
Butler, Benjamin Franklin (1818-1893)
Cabinets, Executive
Cain, Richard Harvey (1825-1887)
Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg (1817-1873)
Cardoza, Francis L. (1837-1903)
Carpetbaggers
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry (1835-1907)
Chandler, Zachariah, (1813-1879)
Chase, Salmon Portland (1808-1873)
Churches
CINCINNATI CONVENTION
Civil Rights
Civil Rights Act of 1866
Civil Rights Act of 1875
Clayton, Powell (1833-1914)
Colfax, Schuyler (1823-1885)
Command of the Army Act (1867)
Compromise of 1877
Confiscation Acts
Congressional Reconstruction
Conkling, Roscoe (1829-1888)
Constitutional Conventions
Contraband (Slaves as)
Contracts
Cox, Jacob Dolson (1828-1900)
Davis Bend, Mississippi
Davis, David (1815-1886)
Davis, Edmund J. (1827-1883)
Davis, Jefferson Finis (1808-1889)
Dawes, Henry Laurens (1816-1903)
De Forest, John William (1826-1906)
Delany, Martin R. (1812-1885)
Democratic National Convention (1868)
Democratic Party
Disfranchisement
District of Columbia, Black Suffrage in
Doolittle, James R. (1815-1897)
Douglass, Frederick (c. 1818-1895)
Dunn, Oscar James (c. 1821-1871)
Eaton, John (1829-1906)
Edisto Island, South Carolina
Education
Elections of 1864
Elections of 1866
Elections of 1867
Elections of 1868
ELECTIONS OF 1872
ELECTIONS OF 1876
Electoral Commission of 1877
Elliott, Robert B. (1842-1884)
Emancipation
Enforcement Acts (1870, 1871)
Enforcement Act (1875)
Fessenden, William Pitt (1806-1869)
Field Order No. 15
Fifteenth Amendment (1870)
Fish, Hamilton (1808-1893)
Florida
Forrest, Nathan Bedford (1821-1877)
FORTIETH CONGRESS, EXTRA SESSION OF
Fourteenth Amendment (1868)
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company
Freedmen's Bureau Bills
Freedmen's Relief Societies
Garfield, James Abram (1831-1881)
Garrison, William Lloyd (1805-1879)
Gary, Martin Witherspoon (1831-1881)
Georgia
Godkin, Edwin Lawrence (1831-1902)
Gordon, John B. (1832-1904)
Gould, Jay (1836-1892)
Grant, Ulysses S. (1822-1885)
Greeley, Horace (1811-1872)
Grimes, James W. (1816-1872)
Gun Clubs
Hahn, Georg Michael Decker (1830-1886)
Hampton, Wade, III (1818-1902)
Hancock, Winfield Scott (1824-1886)
Hayes, Rutherford Birchard (1822-1893)
Holden, William Woods (1818-1892)
House Judiciary Committee
Howard, Oliver Otis (1830-1909)
Humphreys, Benjamin Grubb (1808-1882)
Hunnicutt, James W. (1814-1880)
Impeachment Managers
Impeachment of Andrew Johnson (1868)
JENKINS, CHARLES J.
Jim Crow Laws
Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875)
Johnson, Reverdy (1796-1876)
Joint Committee on Reconstruction
Joint Select Committee on the Conduct of the War
Julian, George Washington (1817-1899)
Kellogg, William Pitt (1830-1918)
Kentucky
Kirk-Holden War (1869-1870)
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Labor Systems
Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865)
LINDSAY, ROBERT
Longstreet, James (1821-1904)
Lost Cause
Louisiana
LOYALTY OATHS
Lynch, James D. (1839-1872)
Lynch, John R. (1847-1939)
MARVIN, WILLIAM
Maryland
McCardle, Ex Parte (1868)
McCulloch, Hugh (1808-1895)
Memphis Riot (1866)
Military Governors
Military Reconstruction Acts (1867-68)
Militias
Milligan, Ex Parte (1866)
Mississippi
Morrill, Justin Smith (1810-1898)
Morton, Oliver P. (1823-1877)
Moses, Franklin J., Jr. (1838-1906)
Nast, Thomas (1840-1902)
National Union Movement (1866)
National Union Party (1864)
New Departure
New Orleans Riot (1866)
New South
Nicholls, Francis Redding Tillou (1834-1912)
North Carolina
Orr, James L. (1822-1873)
Packard, Stephen B. (1842-1922)
PANIC OF 1873
PARDONS
Parsons, Lewis E. (1817-1895)
Patronage
Patton, Robert M. (1809-1885)
Pendleton, George Hunt (1825-1889)
Perry, Benjamin F. (1805-1886)
Phillips, Wendell (1811-1884)
Pierpont, Francis H. (1814-1899)
Pike, James Shepard (1811-1882)
Pinchback, Pinckney Benton Stewart (1837-1921)
Poll Tax
Pope, John M. (1822-1892)
Port Royal Experiment
Presidential Reconstruction
Provisional Governors
Race Riots
Railroads
Rainey, Joseph Hayne (1832-1887)
Rapier, James Thomas (1837-1883)
Readmission
Recusants
Redemption
Red Shirts
Reed, Harrison (1813-1899)
Reid, Whitelaw (1837-1912)
Republicans, Liberals
Republicans, Moderate
Republicans, Radical
Revels, Hiram R. (1827-1901)
Reynolds, Joseph J. (1822-1899)
Ross, Edmund G. (1826-1907)
Saxton, Rufus (1824-1908)
Scalawags
Scandals
Schofield, John M. (1831-1906)
Schurz, Carl (1829-1906)
Scott, Robert K. (1826-1900)
Scott, Thomas (1823-1881)
Seward, William H. (1801-1872)
Seymour, Horatio (1810-1886)
Sharecropping
Sharkey, William L. (1798-1873)
Sheridan, Philip H. (1831 -1888)
Sherman, John (1823-1900)
Sherman, William T. (1820-1891)
Shotgun Plan
Sickles, Daniel E. (1819-1914)
Slaughterhouse Cases (1873)
Smalls, Robert (1839-1915)
Smith, William H. (1826-1899)
South Carolina
Southern Claims Commission (SCC)
Southern Homestead Act (1866)
Stalwarts
Stanbery, Henry (1803-1881)
Stanton, Edwin M. (1814-1869)
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady (1815-1902)
Stephens, Alexander H. (1824-1883)
Stevens, Thaddeus (1792-1868)
Stockdale, Thomas R. (1828-1899)
Suffrage
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874)
Supreme Court
Surratt, Mary (Elizabeth) Eugenia (1823-1865)
Swing-Around-the-Circle
TAXPAYER CONVENTION
Tennessee
Tenure of Office Act (1867)
Texas
Texas v. White (1869)
Thirteenth Amendment (1865)
Thomas, Lorenzo (1804-1875)
Throckmorton, James W. (1825-1894)
Tilden, Samuel J. (1814-1886)
Tourgée, Albion Winegar (1838-1905)
Trowbridge, John T. (1827-1916)
Trumbull, Lyman (1813-1896)
Turner, In Re (1867)
Tweed, William M. (1823-1878)
Twitchell, Marshall H. (1840-1905)
Union League of America
United States v. Cruikshank (1876)
U.S. Army and Reconstruction
U.S. Constitution
Vagrancy
Violence
Virginia
Wade, Benjamin Franklin (1800-1878)
Wade-Davis Bill (1864)
Warmoth, Henry Clay (1842-1931)
Washington's Birthday Speech (1866)
Welles, Gideon (1802-1878)
Wells, James M. (1808-1899)
West Virginia
Whipper, William J. (1835-1907)
White League
Wilson, Henry (1812-1875)
Women's Movement
Woodhull, Victoria C. (1838-1927)
Worth, Jonathan (1802-1869)
Primary Documents
1. President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation (January 1, 1863)
2. President Abraham Lincoln's Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction (December 8, 1863)
3. Wade-Davis Bill and President Abraham Lincoln's Veto of the Bill (July, 1864)
4. Platforms of the Union and Democratic Parties (1864)
5. General William T. Sherman's Special Field Order No. 15 (January 16, 1865)
6. Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (Ratified December 18, 1865)
7. President Andrew Johnson's Proclamation for Reconstruction of North Carolina (May 29, 1865)
8. President Andrew Johnson's Amnesty Proclamations
9. Sample Application for Presidential Pardon, with Loyalty Oath (August 1865)
10. Mississippi Black Codes (1865)
11. President Andrew Johnson's Washington Birthday Address (February 22, 1866)
12. President Andrew Johnson's Veto of the Civil Rights Bill (March 27, 1866)
13. Civil Rights Act (April 1866)
14. Proclamations Declaring an End to the Insurrection (April 2, 1866, August 20, 1866)
15. Call for a National Union Movement Convention (June 25, 1866)
16. Military Reconstruction Acts (1867)
17. Tenure of Office Act (March 1867)
18. Army Appropriations Act/Command of the Army Act (March 1867)
19. Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (Ratified July 28, 1868)
20. Articles of Impeachment Against President Andrew Johnson (February 21, 1868)
21. Republican and Democratic Party Platforms, 1868
22. General F.P. Blair's Letter on Reconstruction (July 13, 1868)
23. Additional Reconstruction Act for Virginia, Mississippi, and Texas (April 10, 1869)
24. Sample Constitution under Congressional Reconstruction, Texas (1869)
25. Fifteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (Ratified March 30, 1870)
26. Enforcement Act of April 1871 (Ku Klux Klan Act)
Appendix 1: Commanding Generals of Military Districts, as per the Military Reconstruction Act of March 2, 1867
Appendix 2: Reconstruction Governors for Former Confederate States
Appendix 3: Dates of Readmission, Redemption, and Ratification of Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments for Former Confederate States
List of Contributors
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) -- Encyclopedias.