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Oscar James Dunn: A Case Study in Race & Politics in Reconstruction Louisiana

@inproceedings{Mitchell2011OscarJD,
  title={Oscar James Dunn: A Case Study in Race \& Politics in Reconstruction Louisiana},
  author={Brian K. Mitchell},
  year={2011}
}
...................................................................................................................... x CHAPTER I: Introduction ............................................................................................. 1 Understanding the complexities of Ethnicity and Class in Reconstruction New Orleans .................................................................................................................... 3 CHAPTER II: Literature Review… Expand

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