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African Americans & the U.S. Government During and After the Civil War
Maine Historical Society
Portland, ME
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African Americans & the U.S. Government During and After the Civil War
Georgetown University Professor of History Chandra Manning shares her research on this complex and evolving relationship, and how it affected race relations thereafter. Manning is the author of "What This Cruel War Was Over: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War" (Knopf, 2007), which won the won the Avery Craven Prize awarded by the Organization of American Historians; earned Honorable Mention for the Lincoln Prize, the Jefferson Davis Prize, and the Virginia Literary Awards for Non-fiction; and was a finalist for the Frederick Douglass Prize. Her current projects examine Civil War contraband camps, war refugees, and the And a third project looks at the United States Centennial in 1876.


Maine Historical Society (View)
489 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
United States

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