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THE WAKE OF THE WIND.
Edition: 1st trade paperback printing.
New York: Anchor Books, 1998. Author's third novel, historical fiction set in Texas at the end of the Civil War and in Georgia during Reconstruction. ISBN: 0-385-487053.
Condition: Near fine.Book ID: 20337More details Price: $9.00
WHERE MY HEART IS TURNING EVER: Civil War Stories and Constitutional Reform 1861-1876.
Edition: First printing.
Athens: University of Georgia Press, (1992.) dj. Hardcover first edition - Looks at more than 300 short narratives published throughout the country,in 16 different magazines, stories that either confronted or evaded the Civil War and its aftermath. Diffley divides these stories into three broad genres - Old Homestead, Romance and Adventure. Included in this book are three examples of these stories: Mark Twain 'A True Story Repeated Word for Word as I Heard It.' De Forest 'Parole de Honneur' and Rebecca Harding Davis 'How the Widow Crossed the Lines.' Illustrated, bibliography, index. xlvii, 236 pp. ISBN: 0-8203-1445-5.
Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)Book ID: 52069More details Price: $23.50
THE TALL WOMAN.
Edition: Family Bookshelf edition.
New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1963) dj. Hardcover - Novel set in the Southern highlands, in the years after the Civil War and during the Reconstruction, as it follows the life of a "self-giving" woman for fifty years. 315 pp.
Condition: Near fine in near fine dust jacket.Book ID: 79232More details Price: $12.50
SALLY DOWS AND OTHER STORIES.
Edition: Early undated reprint.
New York: The Regent Press, (c 1893). Hardcover- A later work by Harte, includes the title novella, set in the post Civil war, reconstruction era South, and three long short stories set in California - The Conspiracy of Mrs Bunker, Transformation of Buckeye Camp and Their Uncle from California. Glossy frontispiece. 299 pp.
Condition: Very good in tan cloth with black lettering, red decoration on front cover and spine.(previous owner's name in pencil on front endpaper, easily erasable)Book ID: 67858More details Price: $16.50
FROM PLANTATION TO GHETTO: An Interpretive History of American Negroes.
Edition: 2nd printing.
New York: Hill & Wang, 1968. Hardcover - Index, 280 pages.
Condition: Some highlighting and notations, bookstore stamp, otherwise very good conditon in brown cloth covers.Book ID: 16475More details Price: $12.00
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEGREGATIONIST THOUGHT.
Edition: Trade paperback - 3rd printing.
Homewood IL: Dorsey Press, (1969). "The first anthology of the literature of segregation and white supremacy. The readings span three-quarters of a century to reveal the nature, intensity, and tenacity of anti-Negro ideas and the reasons for them. " Among these articles are those by Robert Bennett Bean published in 1906 on "The Negro Brain" and Shaler on the permanence of racial characteristics, and others defending the South, calling on religion to support segregation, on the horror of interracial marriage and more. Even generally respected historians like Hubert Howe Bancroft did not hesitate to express opinions like "the freed African is a failure." Includes an epilogue of a rebuttal to the ideas and distortions in these collected pieces and a bibliographical essay. 177 pp
Condition: Near fine.Book ID: 52969More details Price: $15.00
THE WHITE MINORITY: Pioneers for Racial Equality.
Edition: First printing.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1977.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A look at a small number of white Americans who warned, over a 100 years ago, that if blacks were not treated equally with whites the entire nation would suffer. Focuses on three men: Southern novelist George Washington Cable, slaveowner and later Supreme Court Justice John Harlan, and novelist and Republican 'carpetbagger' Albion Tourgee. Illustrated with many vintage photographs. Written for young adults. Notes for further reading, index. 120 pp. ISBN: 0-152958770.
Condition: Fine in near fine dust jacket (price-clipped.)Book ID: 34641More details Price: $20.00
BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW.
New York: Fords, Howard and Hulbert, [1880.]. Hardcover - Novel of the Reconstruction by this writer from Ohio who, as a carpetbagger, was also a judge in North Carolina. Frontispiece, 521 pgs, plus 4 pgs of advertisements at end. Bound in gold cloth with black lettering and design on front cover, gilt title stamped on spine.
Condition: Front hinge cracked before the half title page, dedication page detached but present. Wear to corners and end of spine and gift inscription dated Christmas 1880 on front endpaper. Overall, near very good condition.Book ID: 8074More details Price: $30.00
BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW.
Edition: Early printing.
New York: Fords, Howard and Hulbert, [1880.]. Hardcover - Novel of the Reconstruction by this writer from Ohio who, as a carpetbagger, was also a judge in North Carolina. Frontispiece with tissue guard, 521 pp, plus 4 pp of advertisements.
Condition: Near fine in red cloth with black stamping on the front cover, gilt titling on the spine.Book ID: 64048More details Price: $40.00