The Dance of Freedom Texas African Americans during Reconstruction / Barry A. Crouch ; edited by Larry Madaras ; foreword by Arnoldo de León.

By: Crouch, Barry A, 1941-Contributor(s): Madaras, Larry | Project Muse [distributor]Material type: TextTextSeries: Project MUSEPublisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 2007Manufacturer: Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2012Copyright date: ©2007Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (xv, 268 p.)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780292795570; 0292795572DDC classification: 976.4/00496073 LOC classification: E185.93.T4 | C75 2007Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
pt. 1. Historiography. "Unmanacling" Texas Reconstruction : a twenty-year perspective -- pt. 2. Freedom. Reconstructing Black families : perspectives from the Texas Freedmen's Bureau records ; Black dreams and white justice ; Seeking equality : Houston Black women during Reconstruction -- pt. 3. Reaction. A spirit of lawlessness : white violence, Texas Blacks, 1865-1868 ; Crisis in color : racial separation in Texas during Reconstruction ; "All the vile passions" : the Texas Black Code of 1866 ; The fetters of justice : Black Texans and the penitentiary during Reconstruction -- pt. 4. Freedmen's Bureau agents and African American politicians. Guardian of the freedpeople : Texas Freedmen's Bureau agents and the Black community ; Hesitant recognition : Texas Black politicians, 1865-1900 ; Self-determination and local Black leaders in Texas ; A political education : George T. Ruby and the Texas Freedmen's Bureau.
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"Bibliography of works by Barry A. Crouch": p. [257]-260.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

pt. 1. Historiography. "Unmanacling" Texas Reconstruction : a twenty-year perspective -- pt. 2. Freedom. Reconstructing Black families : perspectives from the Texas Freedmen's Bureau records ; Black dreams and white justice ; Seeking equality : Houston Black women during Reconstruction -- pt. 3. Reaction. A spirit of lawlessness : white violence, Texas Blacks, 1865-1868 ; Crisis in color : racial separation in Texas during Reconstruction ; "All the vile passions" : the Texas Black Code of 1866 ; The fetters of justice : Black Texans and the penitentiary during Reconstruction -- pt. 4. Freedmen's Bureau agents and African American politicians. Guardian of the freedpeople : Texas Freedmen's Bureau agents and the Black community ; Hesitant recognition : Texas Black politicians, 1865-1900 ; Self-determination and local Black leaders in Texas ; A political education : George T. Ruby and the Texas Freedmen's Bureau.

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