Table of contents for Carpetbaggers, cavalry, and the Ku Klux Klan : exposing the invisible empire during Reconstruction / J. Michael Martinez.

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 Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments							 	 
Prologue: "Jim Williams on His Big Muster"					 	 
Chapter 1: "A Brotherhood of Property-Holders, the Peaceable, Law-Abiding 
Citizens of the State"								 	 
Chapter 2: "The Foundations Must Be Broken Up and Relaid, or All Our Blood 
and Treasure Have Been Spent in Vain"						 
Chapter 3: "The Whole Fabric of Reconstruction...Will Topple and Fall"			 
Chapter 4: "It Was To Be His Life-long Complaint That His Services Were 
Never Properly Recognized or Rewarded"				
Chapter 5: "The Dagger That Was Made Illustrious in the Hands of Brutus"	
Chapter 6: "A Perversion of Moral Sentiment Among the Southern Whites"	
Chapter 7: "As Far as I Can Learn, the Prosecuting Lawyers Have Managed 
the Business Ably" 								
Chapter 8: "The Causes from Which Ku Kluxism Sprung are Still Potent for Evil"		
Chapter 9: "He Became So Offensive a Partisan that the Papers of That Section 
Applied to Him the Most Opprobrious Epithets"					
Epilogue: "It Is Like Writing History with Lightning"				
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ku-Klux Klan (1866-1869).
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877).
Southern States -- Race relations -- History -- 19th century.
Southern States -- History -- 1865-1877.
United States. Army. -- Cavalry -- History -- 19th century.