Introduction / John David Smith John W. Burgess, godfather of the Dunning school / Shepherd W. McKinley William Archibald Dunning: flawed colossus of American letters / James S. Humphreys James Wilford Garner and the dream of a two-party South / W. Bland Whitley Ulrich B. Phillips: Dunningite or Phillipsian sui generis? / John David Smith The steel frame of Walter Lynwood Fleming / Michael W. Fitzgerald Ransack Roulhac and racism: Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton and Dunning's questions of institution building and Jim Crow / John Herbert Roper Sr. Paul Leland Haworth: the "black republican" in the old chief's court / J. Vincent Lowery Charles W. Ramsdell: Reconstruction and the affirmation of a closed society / Fred Arthur Bailey The not-so-strange career of William Watson Davis's The Civil War and reconstruction in Florida / Paul Ortiz C. Mildred Thompson: a liberal among the dunningites / William Harris Bragg.
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Print version: Dunning school : historians, race, and the meaning of reconstruction. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky,  xii, 325 pages