Gender and the Jubilee : Black freedom and the reconstruction of citizenship in Civil War Missouri /
"Gender and the Jubilee offers a re-examination of the legal legacy of the Civil War, with regard to African Americans, using Missouri as a case study with broader implications. As the United States transformed from a slaveholding republic into a modern nation-state, what were the mechanisms by...
The University of Georgia Press,
|Series:||Studies in the legal history of the South.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection |
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