The Red Shirt Movement in North Carolina 1898-1900

@article{PratherSr1977TheRS,
  title={The Red Shirt Movement in North Carolina 1898-1900},
  author={H. Leon Prather, Sr.},
  journal={The Journal of Negro History},
  year={1977},
  volume={62},
  pages={174 - 184}
}
When a historian first reflects on the "Red Shirts," his thoughts generally focus, certainly not upon North Carolina, but upon "Ben" Tillman and/or Wade Hampton of South Carolina. Notwithstanding, during the "White Supremacy" movements of 1898 and 1900, North Carolina fielded the most picturesque Red Shirt campaigns which historians, in general, have ignored. Both Professors Helen G. Edmonds and C. Vann Woodward touch briefly on the Red Shirts Movement. Employing predominantly secondary sources… 

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Letter Book 1897-1901, North Carolina Department of Archives and History
  • 49. 9Ibid., p. 50. ?0Raleigh News and Observer
Memorandum of my Personal Recollection of Election of 1898
  • 296. 16Asheville Daily Gazette