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negro in Mississippi, 1865-1890

Vernon Lane Wharton

negro in Mississippi, 1865-1890

by Vernon Lane Wharton

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Published by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Vernon Lane Wharton.
SeriesJames Sprunt studies in history and political science -- 28
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Open LibraryOL19847009M

McMillen's sequel of sorts to Vernon Lane Wharton's classic The Negro in Mississippi, (; Greenwood, reprint) describes the origins, development, and enforcement of the color-caste system in perhaps the most race-haunted state--Mississippi--where /5(30). The Negro in Mississippi, / by Vernon Lane Wharton. by: Wharton, Vernon Lane, Published: () The evolution of the Negro Baptist Church by: .

Description: The Journal of Southern History, which is edited at and sponsored by Rice University, is a quarterly devoted to the history of the American South and is unrestricted as to chronological period, methodology, or southern historical Journal publishes refereed articles and solicited book reviews and book notes on all aspects of southern history.   Along with Vernon L. Wharton's The Negro in Mississippi, () which also shed new light on the period after Reconstruction, Tindall's treatise served as an important source for C. Vann Woodward's influential The Strange Career of Jim Crow ().5/5(3).

Hiram Rhoades Revels >Hiram Rhoades Revels (), African American clergyman and university >administrator, was the first black American to sit in the U.S. Senate. Hiram Revels was born of free parents on Sept. 27, , in Fayetteville, N.C. Rabinowitz, Howard N. Race Relations in the Urban South: – () Wharton, Vernon Lane. The Negro in Mississippi: – () Primary sources. Foner, Philip, ed. The Life and Writings of Frederick Douglass: Reconstruction and After (). Smith, John David.


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In his book, The Negro in MississippiVernon Lane Wharton writes that “ten met immediate death and a large number of others died later from their wounds.”It is known that all the men that died that day were African-American and that both Brown brothers were killed that day.

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Slavery. The first major European expedition into the territory that became Mississippi was that of the Spanish explorer, Hernando de Soto, who passed through the northeast part of the state inin his second expedition to the New World.

Hiram R. Revels of Mississippi becomes first African American seated in the United States Senate "The Swearing in of the First Negro Senator of the United States" As ofRevels is one of only six African Americans ever to have served in the United States Senate.

Link to the catalog. Mississippi led the way. InMississippi legislators gathered to re-write their state constitution specifically to eliminate the black vote.

As the president of Mississippi’s Constitutional Convention flatly observed, “We came here to exclude the negro.” What followed was a series of new voter guidelines, most notably poll taxes.The Negro.

The Negro In Mississippi Wharton Vol Of Sprunt Studies. $The Negro in Mississippi, – () African Americans: A Mississippi Sourcebook () The Black Press in Mississippi, – A Directory () With an intended historical purpose, this work directly renders a listing of newspapers, magazines, and newsletters printed by African Americans in Mississippi from.