Entrepreneur for Equality: Governor Rufus Brown Bullock and the Politics of Race and Commerce in Post-Civil War Georgia
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Focuses on the first Republican Governor of the state of Georgia during the period of race adjustment and national reconstruction after the American Civil War. Bullock led the way to business connections in creating a New South, but he was best known for his steadfast efforts at human equality for just-freed African American out of slavery.
|Place of Publication||Athens, Georgia|
|Publisher||University of Georgia Press|
|Number of pages||278|
|Publication status||Published - 1994|
- Faculty of Humanities - Rufus Bullock, Reconstruction, Georgia history, American History, american civil war, African Americans, Gilded Age America