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by H. J. Eckenrode
Author: H. J. Eckenrode
Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1976)
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Eckenrode, H. J. (Hamilton James), 1881-.
Eckenrode, H. history, 1865-1877) - Virginia, Virginia - Politics and government 1865-1950. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press.
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POLITICAL HISTORY OF VIRGINIA. DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION. BY. HAMILTON JAMES ECKENRODE. BALTIMORE THE JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS PUBLISHED MONTHLY. June-July-August, 1904. CHAPTER I. THE ALEXANDRIA GOVERNMENT. CHAPTER II. THE PRESIDENT'S ATTEMPT AT RESTORATION. CHAPTER III. THE BEGINNING OF THE RECONSTRUCTION. CHAPTER IV. THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU AND THE UNION LEAGUE.
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Hamilton James Eckenrode, The political history of Virginia during the Reconstruction, Issue . World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.
org/Virginia Convention of 1864. Ambler, Charles H. Francis H. Pierpont: Union War Governor and Father of West Virginia (1937), the standard scholarly biography. and Festus P. Summers. West Virginia, the Mountain State (2nd ed. 1958) pp 202-6 online.
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That portion of Virginia now known as West Virginia had initially been part .
That portion of Virginia now known as West Virginia had initially been part of the Confederacy, and when residents became the first formally to secede from the Confederacy, it also became the first Southern state to abolish slavery, at least partially of its own resolve. The political leadership was composed primarily of former Whigs, such as Waitman T. Willey of Monongalia County and Democrats William G. Brown of Preston County, Jacob Blair of Parkersburg, and Kellian V. Whaley of Mason County, who were loyal to the federal government.