Reconstruction, Segregation, and Miscegenation: Interracial Marriage and the Law in the Lower South, 1865–1900

@article{Wallenstein2005ReconstructionSA,
  title={Reconstruction, Segregation, and Miscegenation: Interracial Marriage and the Law in the Lower South, 1865–1900},
  author={Peter R. Wallenstein},
  journal={American Nineteenth Century History},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={57 - 76}
}
  • P. Wallenstein
  • Published 1 January 2005
  • History
  • American Nineteenth Century History
On the eve of Congressional Reconstruction, all seven states of the Lower South had laws against interracial marriage. During the Republican interlude that began in 1867–68, six of the seven states (all but Georgia) suspended those laws, whether through judicial invalidation or legislative repeal. Yet by 1894 all six had restored such bans. The trajectory of miscegenation laws in the Lower South between 1865 and 1900 permits a reconsideration of the range of possibilities the Reconstruction era… 
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