11 edition of Those terrible carpetbaggers found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard Nelson Current.|
|LC Classifications||E668 .C985 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 475 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||475|
|LC Control Number||87011061|
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A very solid copy. No inscriptions. No reading creases to spine. Not ex-library. The book appears unread, and looks New.; 8vo - over 7 3/4" - 9 3/4" tall. Seller Inventory # More information about Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation. Current, Richard Nelson. Published by Oxford University Press () ISBN Book Reviews Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation by Richard Nelson Current Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation by Richard Nelson Current (pp. ).
Those terrible carpetbaggers by Richard Nelson Current (Book) 13 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. "Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation" (), a favorable view. Turkish "Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation" ()* Currie-Mcdaniel, Ruth.
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An Civil War eminent historian demolishes the myths about carpetbaggers. The book follows 10 Northerners who became some of the more prominent leaders of the reconstructed South in the post-war era.
Their actions belie the stereotypical story of greedy, slippery Northerners that was created to explain away the failure of Reconstruction after /5(3). What he has done in “Those Terrible Carpetbaggers” is to examine the careers of 10 representative politicians.
Current’s book tells the wretched story of how that happened and will. Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation (), a favorable view.
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Notes Includes index. Bibliography: p. Subject headings. Those Terrible Carpetbaggers, Lincoln, the Constitution, and Presidential Leadership, Daniel Webster, 'the Completest Man' (With others), Phi Beta Kappa in American Life: The First Two Hundred Years, Encyclopedia of the Confederacy (Editor), What Is an American.
Abraham Lincoln and 'Multiculturalism', In his book Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation, historian Richard Nelson Current says the White Republicans wanted to use the black. NY: Oxford University Press, Paperback.
pp+ index. Spine sunned, else very good in publisher's wraps. Very good. Item # ISBN: In Those Terrible Carpetbaggers, Current musters his considerable talents and a wide range of resources to launch an attack on the lingering unsavory image of the Yankee and his work in the postwar South.
In the process, he presents a different kind of survey of the period. Rather than constructing. 3. Those Terrible Carpetbaggers By Richard Nelson Current Oxford, “In all except the actual results of the physical struggle, I consider the South to have been the real victors in the war.
The way in which they have reversed the verdict of Appomattox is the grandest thing in. A meticulously researched treatment of a topic seldom examined by historians: the white Southerners, contemptuously called ``Tories'' by their Confederate brethren, who served in the Federal armies during the Civil War.
As Current (Those Terrible Carpetbaggers,etc.) points out, the overwhelming majority of the more thanwhite Southerners in the US forces came from staunchly.Bibliography.
Binning, F. Wayne, "Carpetbaggers' Triumph: The Louisiana State Elections of ," Louisiana History 14 (Winter ): Current, Richard Nelson, Those Terrible Carpetbaggers (New York: Oxford University Press, ) Tunnell, Ted, Crucible of Reconstruction:War, Radicalism and Race in Louisiana, (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Although there is a considerable literature about the black soldiers who fought with the armies of the North, Current (Those Terrible Carpetbaggers) contends that little attention has been paid.