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Forty Acres and a Mule
Plantations in Ruins
Black Legislators
Northerners in the South
Access to Learning
Slave to Sharecropper
The Negro Question
In God We Trust
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Acknowledgements

Consult the further reading page for a list of books and Web sites related to Reconstruction.

A number of people appeared on-camera and/or acted as advisors and are listed below. See the complete film credits for more information.

On-camera interview subjects

Edward L. Ayers, historian
David W. Blight, historian
Russell Duncan, historian
Drew Gilpin Faust, historian
Eric Foner, historian
James G. Marston, III, descendant of planter
Dana D. Nelson, historian
Nell Irvin Painter, historian
Ted Tunnell, historian
Clarence E. Walker, historian

Advisors
Edward L. Ayers
Ira Berlin
David W. Blight
Eric Foner
James O. Horton
Leon Litwack
Nina Silber
Clarence E. Walker

     
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