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OSSIAN BINGLEY HART

Brown, Canter Jr.

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ISBN 10: 0807121371 / ISBN 13: 9780807121375
Editorial: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1997
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320pp Illus "Florida's Loyalist Reconstruction Governor.". N° de ref. de la librería 23815

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Título: OSSIAN BINGLEY HART

Editorial: Louisiana State Univ. Press

Año de publicación: 1997

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good

Edición: First Edition

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In this exceptional biography, Canter Brown, Jr., removes Ossian Bingley Hart (1821–1874)—a Unionist, the principal founder of the Republican Party in Florida, and a Reconstruction-era governor of the state—from the shadows of history. Through an examination of Hart’s life and career, Brown offers new insight into the political problems of the day—the role of Unionism in Deep South politics in particular—and enriches our understanding of the complexities of Reconstruction. Brown traces Hart’s life from his privileged childhood in the newly founded port town of Jacksonville through his service as a volunteer soldier in the Second Seminole War, his education in South Carolina, and the dawn of his legal and political career on Florida’s Atlantic frontier to his election as governor in 1872 and his premature death sixteen months later.

Brown’s multifaceted biography offers a rare glimpse at the persistence of Loyalism in the post-Civil War South and clearly illustrates the pivotal role played by both Loyalists and African Americans in southern politics of that era and how these two groups merged to resist carpetbag rule.

About the Author:

Canter Brown, Jr. , is historian-in-residence at the Tampa Bay History Center. He is the author of Peace River Frontier, winner of the Rembert W. Patrick Memorial Book Award of the Florida Historical Society, and Fort Meade, 1849-1900, and coauthor of Florida's Clerks of the Circuit Court: Their History and Experience.

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