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“Status Without Rights: African Americans and the Tangled History of Law and Governance in the Nineteenth-Century U.S. South”

  • Publication: American Historical Review 112 (pp. 365-393)

4/1/2007, Laura F. Edwards, American Historical Review 112 (pp. 365-393)

Revised and republished as “Reconstruction, Women, and Political Culture,” in Paul D. Escott, ed., Reconstruction in North Carolina (University of North Carolina Press, 2008), 155-191; excerpted in Jules R. Benjamin, A Student’s Guide to History, 12th ed., (New York:  Bedford/St. Martin’s 2010)

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