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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hampton and Reconstruction. (search)
Hampton and Reconstruction. By Edward L. Wells, Author of Hampton and his Cavalry in 1864, Columbia, S. C., 1907. The value of this faithful presentation of a period so full of menace to all, held dear in the South, has been attested in numerous commendatory notices. Those who suffered and endured, during this darkest era of wanton oppression, and who resisted-all-encompassed with circumstances in every way depressing — with a patriotism not to be overwhelmed, respond in every fibre to the stirring depiction. Mr. Wells served with Hampton in his famous Legion, and his previous work is the authority on the resplendant military career of the great Carolinian. As to the scope and purpose of his work the author justly says in his preface: This sketch is part of the biography of a people, the American people, at a most important period of its life. The past is the parent of the present and of the future of a people's life, as it is with every man's life. Hereditary