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The Abolitionist Legacy:
From Reconstruction to the NAACP
James M. McPherson
Back in print with a new preface by the author

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface to the 1995 Edition
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction3
Ch. 1Unfinished Task: The Civil Rights Act of 187513
Ch. 2Reconstruction Reconfirmed? The Election of 187224
Ch. 3Reconstruction Unravels, 1873-187635
Ch. 4Time, Education, and Bootstraps53
Ch. 5The Compromise of 187781
Ch. 6Crosscurrents and Confusion, 1877-188095
Ch. 7The New South107
Ch. 8Good-bye to the Bloody Shirt121
Ch. 9The Roots of Freedmen's Education143
Ch. 10Between Black and White: Puritans in Babylon161
Ch. 11Paternalism and Piety184
Ch. 12Detour or Mainstream? The Curriculum of Missionary Schools203
Ch. 13The Segregation Issue224
Ch. 14Berea College244
Ch. 15The Struggle for Black Control262
Ch. 16The Shattering of Hope299
Ch. 17Women's Rights and Anti-Imperialism318
Ch. 18History and Biology333
Ch. 19Booker T. Washington and the Reaffirmation of Gradualism354
Ch. 20The Rejection of Gradualism and the Founding of the NAACP368
Appendix A: Abolitionists on Whom This Book is Based395
Appendix B: Southern Negro Colleges and Secondary Schools
Established by Northern Mission Societies
409
A Note on Sources417
Index423

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