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Dr Fionnghuala Sweeney
Professor Bruce Baker
‘I am not a beggar’: Moses Roper, Black Witness and the Lost Opportunity of British Abolitionism2022
Professor Bruce Baker
Fires on shipboard: Sandbars, salvage fraud, and the cotton trade in New Orleans in the 1870s2020
Professor Bruce Baker
Remembering reconstruction: Struggles over the meaning of America’s most turbulent era2017
Professor Bruce Baker
Wade Hampton’s last parade: Memory of reconstruction in the 1970 South Carolina tricentennial2017
Professor Bruce Baker
The Cotton Kings: Capitalism and Corruption in Turn-of-the-century New York and New Orleans2016
Professor Bruce Baker
Why North Carolinians Are Tar Heels: A New Explanation2015
Professor Bruce Baker
The South at Work: Observations from 1904 by William Garrott Brown2014
Professor Bruce Baker
The Growth of Towns after the Civil War and the Casualization of Black Labor, 1865-18802014
Professor Bruce Baker
After slavery: Race, labor, and citizenship in the reconstruction south2013
Professor Bruce Baker
Drovers, Distillers, and Democrats: Economic and Political Change in Northern Greenville County, 1865-18782013
Professor Bruce Baker
"A recourse that could be depended upon": Picking Blackberries and Getting By after the Civil War2010
Professor Bruce Baker
How W.E.B. DuBois Won the United Daughters of the Confederacy Essay Contest2009
Professor Bruce Baker
This Mob Will Surely Take My Life: Lynching in the Carolinas, 1871-19472008
Professor Bruce Baker
Hiram F. Hover's Attempts to Perfect the New South, 1885-18892005
Professor Bruce Baker
Lynch Law Reversed: The Rape of Lula Sherman, the Lynching of Manse Waldrop, and the Debate Over Lynching in the 1880s2005
Professor Bruce Baker
Up Beat Down South: "The Death of Emma Hartsell"2003
Professor Bruce Baker
Under the Rope: Lynching and Memory in Laurens County, South Carolina2000
Professor Bruce Baker
The "Hoover Scare" in South Carolina, 1887: An Attempt to Organize Black Farm Labor1999