6 edition of The impact of the Civil War and reconstruction on Arkansas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -280) and index.
|Statement||Carl H. Moneyhon.|
|LC Classifications||E553.9 .M65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||93026080|
The Arkansas River Valley is one of the most fertile regions in the South. During the Civil War, the river also served as a vital artery for moving troops and supplies. In the battle to wrest control of the valley was, in effect, a battle for the state itself. In spite of its importance, however, this campaign is often overshadowed by the siege of Vicksburg. The Reconstruction implemented by Congress, which lasted from to , was aimed at reorganizing the Southern states after the Civil War, providing the means for readmitting them into the Union, and defining the means by which whites and blacks could live together in a nonslave society.
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This groundbreaking study, first published indraws on a rich variety of primary sources to describe Arkansas society before, during, and after the Civil War. While the Civil War devastated the state, this book shows how those who were powerful before the war reclaimed their dominance during by: 7.
This groundbreaking study, first published indraws on a rich variety of primary sources to describe Arkansas society before, during, and after the Civil War. While the Civil War devastated the state, this book shows how those who were powerful before the war reclaimed their dominance during Reconstruction.
Most importantly, the white elite's postwar commitment to a cotton economy led. In the last years of the s, Arkansas enjoyed an economic boom that was unparalleled in its history. But in the years between andthe bloody and destructive Civil War destroyed that prosperity.
The conflict brought death and destruction to the state on a scale that few could have imagined, and the war and the tumultuous Reconstruction era that followed it left a legacy of. This groundbreaking study, first published indraws on a rich variety of primary sources to describe Arkansas society before, during, and after the Civil War.
While the Civil War devastated the state, this book shows how those who were powerful before the war. Among welcomed new titles is Rugged and Sublime: The Civil War in Arkansas, edited by Mark K.
Christ. Featuring an introduction and essays by five of Arkansas’s distinguished historians, this book provides an overview of Arkansans and Arkansas in the Civil War in the period b second to by: 7.
Get this from a library. The impact of the Civil War and reconstruction on Arkansas: persistence in the midst of ruin. [Carl H Moneyhon; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- Arkansas has traditionally been overlooked by historians of the South, but Carl H.
Moneyhon brings the state to the fore in this study. Get this from a library. The impact of the Civil War and reconstruction on Arkansas: persistence in the midst of ruin. [Carl H Moneyhon]. First-person Accounts of Civil War Arkansas From the Arkansas Historical Quarterly Book - First-person accounts of the war by both soldiers and civilians.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin by Carl H. Moneyhon (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Summary The Civil War was an unpleasant experience for many people around the world.
There were many historical events that took place at this time. One of those places was Arkansas. There were many effects of the Civil War on the whole Arkansas State. Cause and Effects The. The Arkansas Militia in Reconstruction was deeply involved in the ongoing civil disturbances which plagued the state until the late s.
In the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, the militia was first utilized by the white population to re-establish control over the newly freed black population.
Radical Republicans seized control in and abolished existing state governments and. Desertion during the Civil War. Gloucester, MA: American Historical Association, Mackey, Robert Russell. The Uncivil War: Irregular Warfare in the Upper South, – Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Moneyhon, Carl H.
The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin. Baton Rouge. Paperback from Univ of Arkansas Pr The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin by Carl H.
Moneyhon Hardcover from Louisiana State University Press Out of Print - Try Used Books. Civil War Arkansas: Beyond Battles and Leaders (The Civil War in the West) by Anne J. Bailey, Daniel E. Between andArkansas commemorated the th anniversary of the American Civil War with re-enactments, lectures, placement of historical markers, and a wide variety of other events that were collectively attended by more thanpeople.
While the sesquicentennial commemoration highlighted the Civil War events that occurred in the state and honored the people who experienced. During the American Civil War, Arkansas was a Confederate state, though it had initially voted to remain in the ing the capture of Fort Sumter in AprilAbraham Lincoln called for troops from every Union state to put down the rebellion, and Arkansas and several other states seceded.
For the rest of the war, Arkansas played a major role in controlling the Mississippi River, a. The Emancipation Proclamation in freed African Americans in rebel states, and after the Civil War, the Thirteenth Amendment emancipated all U.S.
slaves wherever they were. As a result, the mass of Southern blacks now faced the difficulty Northern blacks had confronted—that of a free people surrounded by many hostile whites. The turbulent period following the Civil War saw an effort to rebuild the shattered nation.
Three Amendments to the Constitution were passed, the 13th, abolishing slavery, the 14th, prohibiting states from depriving any male citizen of equal protection under the law, and the 15th, granting former male slaves the right to vote. From through the early s the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) functioned as a loosely organized group of political and social terrorists.
The Klan's goals included the political defeat of the Republican Party and the maintenance of absolute white supremacy in response to newly gained civil and political rights by southern blacks after the Civil War (). (New York: Hill & Wang, ), ; Carl H. Moneyhon, The Impact of Civil War and Reconstruction in Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, ), 4, 24, 67, Civil War Reconstruction- US History By the eve of the Civil War () the book had a profound impact on turning public opinion against slavery and had sold over two million copies.
Who upon meeting Mrs. Stowe proclaimed, "So you are the little lady who wrote the book starting the Civil War." The South condemned the book as unfair. At the outbreak of the American Civil War in AprilKansas was the newest U.S.
state, admitted just months earlier in January. The state had formally rejected slavery by popular vote and vowed to fight on the side of the Union, though ideological divisions with neighboring Missouri, a slave state, had led to violent conflict in previous years and persisted for the duration of the war.
Reconstruction, in U.S. history, the period (–77) that followed the American Civil War and during which attempts were made to redress the inequities of slavery and its political, social, and economic legacy and to solve the problems arising from the readmission to the Union of the 11 states that had seceded at or before the outbreak of war.
Long portrayed by many historians as a time.There were before the voters in Arkansas, of these many thousands escaped Worth, and the rebels had drawn from them forty odd regiments -- say twenty-five thousand men.