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Negro militia and reconstruction.

Otis A. Singletary

Negro militia and reconstruction.

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States
    • Subjects:
    • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) -- African American troops,
    • African Americans -- Southern States -- History -- 19th century

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliography.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE668 .S59
      The Physical Object
      Pagination181 p.
      Number of Pages181
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6222304M
      LC Control Number57007559

      An armed conflict broke out between a black militia leader and white travelers, and this conflict resulted in hundreds of whites from rifle clubs coming to the town. In the conflict one white and one black were killed, but six of the black militia leaders were killed after they surrendered to white forces.


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Singletary; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: African Americans, Reconstruction, African American troops, History; Places: Southern States; Times: 19th century. With those events in mind, Richard Hofstadter, in his book on American vio- lence, asserted that "bywith the defeat of radical reconstruction, the last of the Negro militias was dissolved."2 Except for the study by John D.

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Greenwood Press. As New with no dust jacket. Hardcover. Like new; clean, crisp, unmarked; upper cover corners very slightly bumped; 8 b/w plates ; pages. Singletary has submitted the fullest report so far on Negro militia-men in the occupied states of the South."2 Vernon Wharton has, it may be hoped, provided a pilot project for the studies of the Negro as voter and officeholder in his book on Negroes in Missis-sippi during and after the Radical heyday Fresh biographies.

Freedmen with Firearms: White Terrorism and Black Disarmament During Reconstruction Abstract The outcome of the Civil War brought freedom to over six million slaves of African descent. These Freedmen communities remained a critical source of labor for the agrarian based economy of. African American militia units served as part of the Virginia state militia, the Virginia Volunteers, from until Although the General Assembly had long prohibited the arming of both enslaved and free blacks, African Americans still fought in all American wars from the French and Indian War (–) to the American Civil War.

Reconstruction prospective provided as much of an insight as freedman, free negro or mulatto, not in the military service of the United States government, and not licensed so to do by militia or a “right” to be conscripted to bear arms in the militia.

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Hamburg was a small all-black community across the river from Augusta, Georgia. Like many African American communities in South Carolina, it was solidly Republican and with the GOP in charge in Columbia.

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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.

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. Hamburg, South Carolina, was an all-black town on the border with Georgia, an area that was a stronghold for the Democratic Party. Hearing news of white militias forming in surrounding towns, the intendant (or mayor) of Hamburg, John Gardner, formed an all-black militia of 84 men and, with the following letter, asked the governor to arm them as part of the state’s National Guard.

The Hamburg Massacre (or Red Shirt Massacre or Hamburg riot) was a key event in the African American town of Hamburg, South Carolina in Julyleading up to the last election season of the Reconstruction was the first of a series of civil disturbances planned and carried out by white Democrats in the majority-black Republican Edgefield District, with the goal of suppressing black Location: South Carolina.

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BLACK MILITIA OF THE NEW SOUTH 'Otis A. Singletary, Negro Militia and Reconstruction (Austin, ). 2Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace, eds., American Violence: A Documentary History (New York, ), 3John D. Foner, Blacks and the Military in American History (New York, ), 68; Jesse J.

Johnson ed. Singletary, Otis A. Negro Militia and Reconstruction. (Austin: University of Texas Press, ). Smallwood, James, "The Black Community in Reconstruction Texas: Readjustment in Religion and the Evolution of the Negro Church," East Texas Historical Jour no.

2 (). *On this date inthe Hamburg, Massacre occurred. This was a race riot between community's Black militia and Whites from the surrounding rural area of South Carolina during Reconstruction. Seven men died that afternoon, six were Black militiamen or civilians and one was a White farmer killed in the attack.

Hamburg was a small all-Black community across the river from Augusta, Georgia. This contrast suggests what has been involved in the undoing of reconstruction.

the projects of the governments to quell the disturbances by a negro militia. Here was the crux of the race Author: William A. Dunning. "Negro Militias" were formed during the post-U.S. Civil War Reconstruction in the South.

These state militias protected both the Black population and the Republican state governments. Reconstruction was the original template for U.S. nation-building and the insurgents were the KKK and the White League.Black over White: Negro Political Leadership in South Carolina During Reconstruction Thomas Holt In this prize-winning book Thomas Holt is concerned not only with the identities of the black politicians who gained power in South Carolina during Reconstruction, but also with the question of how they functioned within the political system.The Klan rose again in the form of a welter of organizations with names like The Knights of the White Camelia, and The White Man’s Party, and The White Man’s League, and The People’s Party and The White Line Militia.

Yes, a “militia” and a bunch of other quasi-military organizations that called themselves “rifle clubs.”.