Missouri under Radical rule, 1865-1870, by William E. Parrish.


Columbia, University of Missouri Press [1965] .

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Subjects Missouri -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950.
Radical Union Party. Missouri.
Description ix, 385 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-374).
Summary This book is the first attempt to co-ordinate the political, economic, and social aspects of life in post-Civil War Missouri during these significant five years of Radical domination.
Contents The rise of Radicalism -- The Missouri state convention of 1865 -- The ratification campaign -- Radical vindictiveness -- The election of 1866 -- The negro in postwar Missouri -- The development of public education -- Immigration and transportation -- Mining, labor, and manufacturing -- The coming of Carl Schurz -- The birth of liberal republicanism -- The end of the radical era.
Geographic Area Missouri
Network Numbers (OCoLC)477926
(OCoLC)ocm00477926
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WorldCat Identities Parrish, William Earl, 1931-
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