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Chapter 15: African American Voting Behavior in the First Presidential and Congressional Elections after the Abolition of Slavery in the Border, Midwest, and Far West States, 1868 and 1872
Chapter 15: African American voting behavior in the first presidential and congressional elections after the abolition of slavery in the border, midwest, and far west states, 1868 and 1872

The voluminous literature on African American voting and party behavior in the first federal elections ...

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