Reconstruction Amendments Works Cited Page And Bibliography | History In A Nutshell

“14th Amendment.” Legal Information Institute, Legal Information Institute. Accessed 28 April 2021.

American Experience: Reconstruction: The Second Civil War. PBS. 2004. WGBH Boston.

Foner, Eric. “The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution”. W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. New York. 2019.

“Freedmen's Bureau.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation. Accessed 28 April 2021.'s_Bureau.

Goldstone, Lawrence. “Inherently Unequal: The Betrayal of Equal Rights by The Supreme Court, 1865 – 1903”. Walker Publishing Company, Inc. New York. 2011. Editors. “Kansas-Nebraska Act.”, A&E Television Networks, 29 Oct. 2009. Accessed 28 April 2021. Editors. “Slavery in America.”, A&E Television Networks, 12 Nov. 2009. Accessed 28 April 2021.

McCammon, Sarah. “The Story Behind '40 Acres And A Mule'.” NPR, NPR, 12 Jan. 2015. Accessed 28 April 2021.,to%20its%20former%20Confederate%20owners.

“Missouri Compromise: Primary Documents in American History: Introduction.” Research Guides, 7 Mar. 2019. Accessed 28 April 2021.,Maine%20as%20a%20free%20state.&text=In%201854%2C%20the%20Missouri%20Compromise,by%20the%20Kansas%2DNebraska%20Act.

Pruitt, Sarah. “What Abraham Lincoln Thought About Slavery.”, A&E Television Networks, 21 Sept. 2012. Accessed 28 April 2021.

“Reconstruction Era.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation. Accessed 28 April 2021.

"Resistance to African-American Civil Rights During Reconstruction.", 19 October 2017. Accessed 28 April 2021.

“Slavery in the United States.” American Battlefield Trust. Accessed 28 April 2021.

“Three-Fifths Compromise.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation. Accessed 28 April 2021.

Urofsky, Melvin I. “Dred Scott Decision.” Encycloaedia Britannica, Encycloaedia Britannica, Inc., 20 July 1998. Accessed 28 April

Wallenfeldt, Jeff. “Fourteenth Amendment.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, Encycloaedia Britannica, Inc., 14 Apr. 2009. Accessed 28 April 2021.

Wallenfeldt, Jeff. “Three-Fifths Compromise.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 26 June 2020. Accessed 28 April 2021