Date of Award
Master of Arts
LeRoy P. Graf, J. Lewis Hall
Preface: The Reconstruction period in Tennessee was dominated by the Unionists of the eastern part of the state. It is the purpose of this study to show the results of this domination as reflected in social and economic conditions, education, and the status of the Negro in the home region of the East Tennessee leaders.
The writer is greatly indebted to Professor Stanley J. Folmsbee for many helpful suggestions and criticisms in the preparation of this study and for the use of a chapter in his unpublished history of the University of Tennessee. The librarians of the McClung Collection, Lawson McGhee Library, were also extremely helpful in locating pertinent source material.
Campbell, James Bernard, "Some Social and Economic Phases of Reconstruction in East Tennessee, 1864-1869. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1946.