Beginning In 1866, John William De Forest Served Fifteen Months As An Agent Of The Freedmen S Bureau In Greenville, South Carolina After Leaving The Army, He Wrote A Series Of Magazine Articles Giving A Full And Realistic Account Of The Bureau S Operation As It Intersected With The Daily Lives Of Freedmen In 1948 The Articles Were Compiled In A Union Officer In The Reconstruction, Reprinted Here For The First Time A Companion Volume To De Forest S Civil War Memoir, A Volunteer S Adventures, It Offers A Deft Analysis Of The Structure Of Postwar Southern Society And Gives A Firsthand Description Of The Impact Of Emancipation, Defeat, Military Rule, And Social And Economic Disorganization.
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- A Union Officer in the Reconstruction
- John William De Forest
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