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Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags

Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama 1867-1878

by Richard Bailey

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Published by NewSouth Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: American,
  • United States - Reconstruction Period (1865-1877),
  • United States - State & Local - South,
  • 19th century,
  • African Americans,
  • Alabama,
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8828994M
    ISBN 101588381897
    ISBN 109781588381897
    OCLC/WorldCa154309179

    Authors Book Signing. Richard Bailey. Neither Carpetbaggers nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama A. Peter Bailey. Witnessing Brother Malcolm X, The Master Teacher. Gloria J. Browne-Marshall. The Voting Rights War. Catherine Fleming Bruce. The Sustainers: Being, Building and Doing Good.   His first book was titled “Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama.” Bailey received a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Alabama State University and a doctorate from Kansas State University.

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    The Goat Hill Museum Store (located inside the Alabama State Capitol at the Union Street entrance) will host a book signing with Dr. Richard Bailey, author of Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags and They Too Call Alabama Home: African American Profiles, on Friday, February 23 from ampm.   Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama, “This book recounts events in post-Civil War Alabama, including political affairs and the attempts by the black population to carve out a social, educational, and economic existence during turbulent times after the end of slavery.


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It was a time of restrained joy, a time of jubilee, a time for building. Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags recounts events in post-Civil War Alabama, including political affairs and the attempts by the black population to carve out a social, educational, and economic existence during turbulent times after the end of slavery.

It was a time of restrained joy, a time of jubilee, a time for building, especially a better way of living for the ex-slaves and their. Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags recounts events in post-Civil War Alabama, including political affairs and the attempts by the black population to carve out a social, educational, and economic existence during turbulent times after the end of slavery.

It was a time of restrained joy, a Pages: Neither Carpetbaggers nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama by Dr. Richard Bailey | Feb 1, out of 5 stars 2. Get this from a library. Neither carpetbaggers nor scalawags: Black officeholders during the reconstruction of Alabama, [Richard Bailey] -- Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags recounts events in post-Civil War Alabama, including political affairs and the attempts by the black population to carve out a social, educational, and economic.

entrance) will host a book signing with Dr. Richard Bailey, author of Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags and They Too Call Alabama Home: African American Profiles, on Friday, February 23 from ampm.

Bailey has been a consultant for the Center for Public Television’s (The University of Alabama) productions on the. Praise for Neither Carpetbaggers nor Scalawags. Appendix A in the book lists the major black officeholders with such pertinent information as the county they represented, pre-war and post-war status, age, and other facts.

Appendix B does the same thing for minor officeholders. Much can be made of this data alone. Author and historian Dr. Richard Bailey speaks with C-SPAN's Cities Tour crew about his book "Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders during the Reconstruction of Alabama, " The segment was one of several exploring the history and literary culture of Montgomery to air on the network earlier this month.

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South Carolina Scalawags tells the familiar story of Reconstruction from a mostly unfamiliar vantage point, that of white southerners who broke ranks and supported the newly recognized rights and freedoms of their black neighbors. The end of the Civil War turned South Carolina's political hierarchy upside down by calling into existence what had not existed before, a South.

Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama, Richard Bailey Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags recounts events in post-Civil War Alabama, including political affairs and the attempts by the black population to carve out a social, educational, and economic existence during turbulent.

In Neither Carpetbaggers nor Scalawags: Black Officeholders During the Reconstruction of Alabama, –, Richard Bailey comments that Turner's "perseverance, inquisitiveness, diligence, loyalty, and attentiveness" contributed to his success.

The contacts he made with influential citizens of both races during this time eventually proved. In United States history, scalawags (sometimes spelled scallawags or scallywags) were white Southerners who supported Reconstruction after the American Civil War.

Like the similar term carpetbagger, the word has a long history of use as a slur in Southern partisan debates. The opponents of the scalawags claimed they were disloyal to traditional values. The term is .Debunking the traditional interpretation of black lawmakers in Alabama, Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags offers a new interpretation of the state's initial group of African American officeholders.

Coming long after Vernon Lane Wharton's study of black lawmakers in Mississippi, this book completes the state studies of black officeholders.The Carpetbaggers is a bestselling novel by Harold Robbins, which was adapted into a film of the same prequel Nevada Smith () was also based on a character in the novel.

The term "carpetbagger" refers to an outsider relocating to exploit derives from postbellum South usage, where it referred specifically to opportunistic Northerners who flocked .