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  1. Report by a Congressional committee on the massacre in 1866 of dozens of African Americans by whites. Many of the perpetrators were Irish immigrants.---
  2. This report was written following the massacre of dozens of African Americans in Memphis in 1866. Many of the perpetrators were Irish immigrants.---
  3. The University of Memphis site about the bloody conflict in Memphis between whites and blacks that led to the massacre of dozens of African Americans.---
  4. 1905 Dunning School study of South Carolina after the Civil War. Be warned that this volume suffers from the outdated racial assumptions of the Dunning School.---
  5. 1923 Dunning School study of Arkansas in the Reconstruction Era.---

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  1. Library of Congress hub for documents relating to the 13th Amendment.---
  2. Library of Congress hub for documents on the 15th Amendment giving right to vote to black men.---
  3. Constitution Center page on the 15th Amendment.---
  4. A limited site offering information on the last Reconstruction President.---
  5. Smithsonian on 1876 Election.---

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  1. The internal governance documents of the largest Confederate veterans organization.---
  2. Minutes of the annual meetings of the United Confederate Veterans begining in 1889.---
  3. These books list United Confederate Veterans camps as well as the leaders of this large veterans organization.---
  4. The United Confederate Veterans played an early role in the commemoration of the Civil War and the construction of the Lost Cause.---

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  1. Library of Congress hub for documents relating to the 13th Amendment.---
  2. The University of Memphis site about the bloody conflict in Memphis between whites and blacks that led to the massacre of dozens of African Americans.---
  3. Report by a Congressional committee on the massacre in 1866 of dozens of African Americans by whites. Many of the perpetrators were Irish immigrants.---
  4. Confederate retirement homes.---

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