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See also American Civil War and American History.


Paul Alan Cimbala; Randall M. Miller (editor). The Freedmen's Bureau and Reconstruction: Reconsiderations. Fordham University Press. 1999. 363pp.

Avery Odelle Craven. Reconstruction: The Ending of the Civil War. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1969. 330pp.

Carol Faulkner. Women's Radical Reconstruction: The Freedmen's Aid Movement. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2007. 200pp.

Eric Foner. Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863-1877. HarperCollins. 2002. 736pp.

Eric Foner. Forever Free: The Story of Emancipation and Reconstruction. Alfred A. Knopf. 2005. 268pp.

John Hope Franklin. Reconstruction After the Civil War. University of Chicago Press. 1995. 280pp.

William Gillette. Retreat from Reconstruction, 1869-1879. LSU Press. 1982. 463pp.

Robert Selph Henry. The Story of Reconstruction. Peter Smith. 1951. 633pp.

Eric L. McKitrick. Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction. Oxford University Press. 1988. 544pp.

Michael Perman. Reunion Without Compromise: The South and Reconstruction: 1865-1868. Cambridge University Press. 1973. 376pp.

John S. Reynolds. Reconstruction in South Carolina, 1865-1877. Columbia, SC: The State Co.. 1905. 522pp.

Heather Cox Richardson. West from Appomattox: The Reconstruction of America After the Civil War. Yale University Press. 2007. 396pp.

Heather Cox Richardson. The Death of Reconstruction: Race, Labor, and Politics in the Post-Civil War North, 1865-1901. Harvard University Press. 2001. 312pp.



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