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A Southern Community in Crisis

Harrison County, Texas 1850-1880

A Southern Community in Crisis by Randolph B. Campbell
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Historians have published countless studies of the American Civil War from 1861 to 1865 and the era of Reconstruction that followed those four years of brutally destructive conflict. Most of these works focus on events and developments at the national or state level, explaining and analyzing the causes of disunion, the course of the war, and the bitter disputes that arose during restoration of the Union. Much less attention has been given to studying how ordinary people experienced the years from 1861 to 1876. What did secession, civil war, emancipation, victory for the United States, and Reconstruction mean at the local level in Texas? Exactly how much change—economic, social, and political—did the era bring to the focus of the study, Harrison County: a cotton-growing, planter-dominated community with the largest slave population of any county in the state? Providing an answer to that question is the basic purpose of A Southern Community in Crisis: Harrison County, Texas, 1850–1880. First published by the Texas State Historical Association in 1983, the book is now available in paperback, with a foreword by Andrew J. Torget, one of the Lone Star State’s top young historians.  
 
Texas State Historical Assn Press; November 2016
450 pages; ISBN 9781625110435
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Title: A Southern Community in Crisis
Author: Randolph B. Campbell; Andrew J. Torget
 
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162511043X
9781625110404
9781625110435

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