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Why the solid South? or Reconstruction and its results

Hilary A. Herbert

Why the solid South? or Reconstruction and its results

by Hilary A. Herbert

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Published by Woodward in Baltimore .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)

  • Edition Notes

    This is an authorized facsimile and was produced by microfilm-xerography in 1969 by University Microfilms, a Xerox Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.

    Statementby Hilary A. Herbert [and others]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination452 p.
    Number of Pages452
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26979014M
    OCLC/WorldCa1001934532

      It definitely helped out. I will be referencing the book in my Fall American History from course as I show how Reconstruction and its aftermath led directly to events in the Civil Rights era and even today. I give it four stars which is a good solid rating for a good solid book/5(98). Or Reconstruction And Its Results, The Hilary Abner Herbert papers in the Southern Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina Library, Why The Solid South? Or Reconstruction And Its Results, The race problem at the South, Why the solid South?, History of the Arlington Confederate monument, by Hilary A. Herbert, Speech of Hon. H.A Written works: The Abolition Crusade And Its Consequences.

      The South, a political power block since — has been "solid" for one party or another since Reconstruction. JOURNAL guests Earl and Merle Black have written two books .   April saw the publication of Why the Solid South? or Reconstruction and its Results, written by fourteen spokesmen to include Zebulon Vance, Robert Stiles, and Bernard J. Sage. Dedicated specifically to “the business men of the North,” it was primarily designed to win over Northern industry while simultaneously ward off any future.

    Solid South. The one-party (Democratic) political system that dominated the South from the s to the s The largest of several organizations that formed in the post-Reconstruction South to advance the interests of beleaguered small farmers. thrift and hard work. The books also highlighted the importance of chance in getting ahead. "Why American Industry Languishes." North American Review (October ): Why the Solid South? Or, Reconstruction and Its Results. Baltimore: R. H. Woodward, Royall, Dora C. "Sketch of Col. Hilary Abner Herbert." The Researcher: A Magazine of History and Genealogical Exchange 2 (): Stabler, Carey V.


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The hidden purpose of this book was to show the Republicans the error of supporting the Lodge bill by showing they really did not understand the culture of the south. And that reconstruction proved the souths contention that blacks were primitive and not worthy of Seller Rating: % positive.

In the decades immediately after the end of Reconstruction, the era’s greatest legacy was its effects on the politics of the South.

Alabama politician Hilary A. Herbert explained the situation well in the preface to his book Why the Solid South.

or, Reconstruction and its Results. This book, with chapters on each of the southern states. Why the solid South. or, Reconstruction and its results / by: Herbert, Hilary A. Published: (). Offering the scarce 1st Ed,of "WHY THE SOLID SOUTH?, OR, RECOSTRUCTION AND IT'S RESULTS", by Hilary A.

Herbert, et al, Baltimore, R. H. Woodward, First edition of this group of articles, each a condensed history of reconstruction in specific states.

The political and economic effects of the efforts in each territory are succinctly Rating: % positive.The Solid South or Southern bloc was the electoral voting bloc of the states of the Southern United States for issues that were regarded as particularly important to the interests of Democrats in those states.

The Southern bloc existed especially between the end of Reconstruction in and the passage of the Civil Rights Act in During this period, the Democratic Party controlled state. If you desire a detailed account of what the South experienced in these years probably the best source to go to is Why the Solid South, Reconstruction and Its Results, (ed.

Hilary Herbert) by a group of Southern leaders, including a number of governors of states. This is of course, a Southern view, but it tells you from the inside something.