At freedom's door : African American founding fathers and lawyers in Reconstruction South Carolina edited by James Lowell Underwood and W. Lewis Burke, Jr. ; with an introduction by Eric Foner.

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Book's title: At freedom's door : African American founding fathers and lawyers in Reconstruction South Carolina edited by James Lowell Underwood and W. Lewis Burke, Jr. ; with an introduction by Eric Foner.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00008951
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):1570033579 (cloth)
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC DLC
Geographic Area Code:n-us-sc
Library of Congress Call Number:E185.93.S7 A8 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:975.7004/96073/0922 21
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Columbia, S.C. . University of South Carolina Press, (c)2000.
Physical Description:xxiii, 269 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:African American founding fathers : the making of the South Carolina Constitution of 1868 / James Lowell Underwood
To vindicate the cause of the downtrodden : Associate Justice Jonathan Jasper Wright and the Reconstruction in South Carolina Richard Gergel and Belinda Gergel
The Reconstruction of Justice Jonathan Jasper Wright / J. Clay Smith, Jr.
The radical law school : the University of South Carolina School of Law and its African American graduates, 1873-1877 / W. Lewis Burke, Jr.
The African American Bar in South Carolina, 1877-1915 / John Oldfield
Richard Theodore Greener and the African American individual in a black and white world / Michael Robert Mounter
South Carolina's black elected officials during Reconstruction / Eric Foner.
Geographic Name:South Carolina Race relations.
Personal Name:Underwood, James L.
Personal Name:Burke, William Lewis.
Rubrics: African Americans
South Carolina
Politics and government$y19th century
Reconstruction (US history, 1865-1877)
African American leadership
History$y19th century
African American judges
African American lawyers
Politics and government$y1865-1950



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