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About the Film

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
White Men Unite
State by State

Teacher's Guide

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Film Credits:

Reconstruction
The Second Civil War

Episode Two

PRODUCED & DIRECTED BY
Elizabeth Deane

WRITTEN BY
Elizabeth Deane & Patricia Garcia Rios

CO-PRODUCED & CO-DIRECTED BY
Patricia Garcia Rios

EDITED BY
Peter Rhodes

SERIES PRODUCER
Elizabeth Deane

ORIGINAL CONCEPT DEVELOPED BY
Paul Taylor

ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS
Lillian Baulding
Cathleen O'Connell

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Jamila Wignot

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Kyle Kibbe

CAMERA
Tom Fahey
Steve McCarthy
Boyd Estus

MUSIC BY
Tom Phillips

NARRATOR
Dion Graham

PRODUCTION MANAGER
Susan Chalifoux

ART DIRECTOR
Katha Seidman

ARCHIVAL RESEARCHER
Michael Mushlitz

BUSINESS MANAGER
John Van Hagen

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
Liz Richards

ASSISTANT CAMERA
Jonathan Weaver
Jill Tufts
Robert Pagliaro

FIELD AUDIO
Clint Bramesco
Steve Bores
Eric Darling
Darrell Henke
Mark Jervis

NARRATION RECORD
John Jenkins

COLORIST & ON-LINE EDITOR
Michael H. Amundson

SOUND MIX
Heart Punch Studio

POST PRODUCTION SERVICES
OutPost

STILL PHOTO ANIMATION
Berle Cherney, Visual Productions, Inc.
Frank Capria, Kingpin Productions

PHOTO RESTORATION
Frank Capria, Kingpin Productions
Heidi Wormser, Magic Box Studio

MUSIC CONSULTANT
Rena Kosersky

MUSIC MIXER
R. Berred Ouellette

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
"The Christian Race" from The Revivalist, 1868
Performed by The Boston Camerata, Anne Az'ema and Margaret Frazier, soloists
Arranged and Directed by Joel Cohen

ACTORS
Tunis Campbell William R. Faulkner
Abram Colby John L. Spencer
Ku Klux Klan James Devine, Richard Moody & Jean Wyatt
Fan Butler Jennifer Lynn Moses
Marshall Twitchell Michael Ortiz

VOICES
Fan Butler Karen MacDonald
Tunis Campbell Llewellyn Smith
John Roy Lynch W. Kemp Harris
Abram Colby James Spruill
Congressional questioner & Marshall Twitchell William S. LeBow

STUNT COORDINATOR
Moe Headrick

GAFFERS
Gordon Minard
John Reynolds
Patrick Ruth

GRIPS
Ned Boggan
Jason Bowen
Dave Cambria
Buzz Canon
Geoff Gann
Donald Lenear
Paul Lowery
James Mitchell
Pierre O'Halloran
Jason Scott
Angelo Suasnovar

WARDROBE
Ann Yoost Brecke
Marlanie Vidarre

MAKEUP
Rob Fitz

ART DEPARTMENT ASSISTANTS
Kristie Allen
Sarah Fox
Angie Woodard
R. Susan Woods
Andy Young

LOCATIONS
'Bama Belle, Tuscaloosa, AL
Birdsville, Millen, GA
Cotton Point Plantation, Shreveport, LA
Endicott Estate, Needham, MA
The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity, Chestnut Hill, MA
Oakland Plantation, Natchitoches, LA
Ossabaw Island, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Richmond Hill, GA
The Paine Estate, Waltham, MA
North Carolina State Capitol Building, State Capitol Foundation, Inc., Raleigh, NC
Seabrook Village, Midway, GA
Warnell Timber & Land, LP, Groveland, GA

SPECIAL THANKS TO
Alabama Film Office
The Andrew Family
Andy Young
'Bama Belle, Tuscaloosa, AL
Beau Fort Plantation and the Brittain Family
Bob Beausoleil
Cane River Creole National Historic Park
Jeanne Silver, Costume Shop
Danvers Electric Division
Jim Davis
Dell's Leather Works
Diane Brainerd, MIT Theater Shop
Dividing Ridge Farm
Troy Siegfreid, Emerson College Theater Shop
1st Louisiana Cavalry Regiment, Company E
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Green-Meldrim House (St. John's Episcopal Church)
Shirley Ford, the Green-Meldrim House, Savannah, GA
Wayne Ford, Tuscaloosa County Extension System
Arthur T. Gregorian Rugs
Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition
Richard Holloway, Fort Jesup State Historic Site
Presley Hutchens
Verlaine Lane
The Liberty Greys
Louisiana Film Commission
Marika's Antiques
James G. Marston III
Jim Kindred, Military Warehouse
Henry Mintz
Jennifer Moss
Nicholas Villamizar, Sounds Good Productions
North Carolina State Capitol
Ossabaw Island Foundation
Peabody Institute Library, Danvers, Massachusetts
Lisa Pereira
Savannah Film Commission
Seabrook Village
68th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Ann and Steve Smith
Societé d'Europe
Theatre Tuscaloosa: Doug Perry, Jeanette Robertson
Third South Carolina Cavalry
Thirty-Second Georgia Artillery
28th Massachusetts Regiment
Tybee Island Tours
University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio
University of Copenhagen

INTERNS
Mark Benson
Megan Buhr
Linda Karlsson Carter
Hilary Green
Elida Kamine
David Medina
Jamila Moore
Amita Potis
Rashmi Singh

ARCHIVE MATERIALS
Al LeGrand
America Revisited, by George Augustus Sala, London 1886
Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Architectural Archives, Special Collections, Tulane University Library
Atlanta Constitution
Baker Library, Harvard Business School
Burritt On The Mountain, A Living Museum
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Charleston Daily Courier
Chicago Daily Tribune
Chicago Historical Society
Chicago Inter-Ocean
Chicago Tribune
Collection of Eric J. Brock
Collection of Joe, Cory and Sky Bauman, Salt Lake City
Collection of Lawrence T. Jones
Corbis
Culver Pictures
David and Janice Frent Collection
Edward Eberstadt Collection, University of Texas at Austin
Estate of James Karales
Frank Leslie's Illustrated News
The Penn School Collection. Permission granted by Penn Center Inc., St. Helena Island, SC
Georgia Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State
Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia
Gilder Lehrman Collection
Greg French
Harper's Weekly
Historic New Orleans Collection, Williams Research Center
Historical Society of Washington, DC
History of the First African American Church, Love, King.
J. Paul Getty Museum
James G. Marston, III
John E. Allen
Kentucky Historical Society
Ku Klux Conspiracy V.7
Library Company of Philadelphia
Library of Congress
Louisiana State University Library
LSU in Shreveport, Noel Memorial Library
Lucius E. Burch, Jr.
Madison Bay Company (Leib Image Archives)
Mississippi Department of Archives & History
Montana Historical Society, WH Jackson photographer
Mrs. Mary Twitchell
Natchitoches People's Vindicator
National Archives
New York Times
New York Tribune
North Carolina State Capitol
Northwestern State University of LA, Watson Memorial Library, Cammie G. Henry Research Center
Old Court House Museum
Peter Mull Papers, Duke University, Special Collections Library
Philadelphia Inquirer
Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA
Red River Parish Heritage Society
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Savannah Morning News
Social Media
South Carolina Historical Society
Special Collections & Archives, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University
Spy Pond Productions
Tennessee State Museum
The Colored American
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphi
The Negro as He Is, W.E.B. Du Bois
The New York Public Library
Thomas and Joan Gandy Collection
Thomas Smith Barnes
University of Georgia, Athens: William Wilson Photographic Archive, Hargrett Collection
University of Georgia Libraries, Special Collections Division
US Army Military History Institute
Valentine Museum, Richmond History Center
Virginia Historical Society
Virginia Military Institure Archives
WGBH

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

For
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

POST PRODUCTION
James E. Dunford
Gregory Shea

SERIES DESIGNER
Alison Kennedy

ON-LINE EDITOR
Mark Steele
Spencer Gentry

SOUND MIX
John Jenkins

SERIES THEME
Mark Adler

BUSINESS MANAGER
John Van Hagen

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION
Nancy Farrell
Vanessa Ruiz
Helen R. Russell
Rebekah Suggs

LEGAL
Jay Fialkov
Maureen Jordan

DIRECTOR, NEW MEDIA
Maria Daniels

PROJECT COORDINATOR, NEW MEDIA
Ravi Jain

PUBLICITY
Daphne B. Noyes
Johanna Baker
Leslie Sepuka

COORDINATING PRODUCER
Susan Mottau

SERIES EDITOR
Sharon Grimberg

VICE PRESIDENT, NATIONAL PROGRAMMING
Margaret Drain

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Mark Samels

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