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The Pandoc filter and shell script I use to make a bibliography file from my BibTeX note files. See http://wcm1.web.rice.edu/plain-text-citations.html
#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Pandoc filter that grabs the BibTeX code block from each note file
# and then uses bibtexparser to add a "short title" entry in the "note" field,
# appending finished BibTeX entry to a bibliography file.
from pandocfilters import toJSONFilter, CodeBlock
# https://github.com/sciunto/python-bibtexparser
import bibtexparser
def bibtex(key, value, format, meta):
if key != 'CodeBlock':
return []
else:
format, s = value
s = s.encode('utf-8')
with open('/tmp/chunk.bib', 'w') as bibfile:
bibfile.write(s)
with open('/tmp/chunk.bib', 'r') as bibfile:
bp = bibtexparser.load(bibfile)
for record in bp.get_entry_list():
longtitle = record['title']
abbrtitle = longtitle.partition(':')[0]
note = ' note = {' + abbrtitle + '},\n}'
value[1] = s.rstrip('\}') + note.encode('utf-8')
if __name__ == "__main__":
toJSONFilter(bibtex)
#!/bin/sh
> $HOME/gitit.bib
# Find all the notes whose name is a string followed by four digits,
# then send that file through the getbibs.py pandoc filter.
PAGES=$(basename -s .page -a /Users/wcm1/Dropbox/wikidata/*.page | grep '^[a-z]\+[0-9]\{4\}')
echo "$PAGES" | while read -r page
do
pandoc --filter=$HOME/.pandoc/filters/getbibs.py -t markdown /Users/wcm1/Dropbox/wikidata/"$page".page >> $HOME/gitit.bib
done
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ addington1950,
author = {Wendell Addington},
title = {Slave Insurrections in {T}exas},
journal = {Journal of Negro History},
volume = 35,
number = 4,
month = {October},
pages = {408--434},
year = 1950,
note = {Slave Insurrections in {T}exas},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ baker1997,
editor = {T. Lindsay Baker and Julie P. Baker},
title = {Till Freedom Cried Out: Memories of Texas Slave Life},
address = {College Station},
publisher = {Texas A\&M University Press},
year = 1997,
note = {Till Freedom Cried Out},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ baum2008,
author = {Dale Baum},
editor = {Charles D. Grear},
title = {Slaves Taken to {T}exas for Safekeeping during the {C}ivil {W}ar},
booktitle = {The Fate of Texas: The Civil War and the Lone Star State},
address = {Fayetteville},
publisher = {University of Arkansas Press},
pages = {83--103},
year = 2008,
note = {Slaves Taken to {T}exas for Safekeeping during the {C}ivil {W}ar},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ baum2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Dale Baum},
title = {'The Old Hero of Many Cowardly and Bloody Murders': Scalawag Gang Leader {B}en {B}rown},
pages = {153--186},
year = 2012,
note = {'The Old Hero of Many Cowardly and Bloody Murders'},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ bean2009,
author = {Christopher B. Bean},
title = {The {F}reedmen's {B}ureau and Logistical Problems in {T}exas, 1865--1868},
journal = {Military History of the West},
volume = 39,
pages = {1--20},
year = 2009,
note = {The {F}reedmen's {B}ureau and Logistical Problems in {T}exas, 1865--1868},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ bean2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Christopher Bean},
title = {The Post of Greatest Peril?: The {F}reedmen's {B}ureau {S}ubassistant {C}ommissioners and {R}econstruction Violence in {T}exas, 1865-1869},
pages = {36--62},
year = 2012,
note = {The Post of Greatest Peril?},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ bergeron2004,
editor = {Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.},
title = {The Civil War in Louisiana, Part B: The Home Front},
address = {Lafayette},
publisher = {University of Louisiana at Lafayette},
year = 2004,
note = {The Civil War in Louisiana, Part B},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ berlin1985,
editor = {Ira Berlin and Barbara J. Fields and Thavolia Glymph and Joseph P. Reidy and Leslie S. Rowland},
title = {The Destruction of Slavery},
address = {Cambridge},
publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
year = 1985,
note = {The Destruction of Slavery},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ butler1989,
author = {Anne M. Butler},
title = {Still in Chains: Black Women in Western Prisons, 1865-1910},
journal = {Western Historical Quarterly},
volume = 20,
number = 1,
month = {February},
pages = {18--35},
year = 1989,
note = {Still in Chains},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ campbell1988,
author = {Randolph B. Campbell},
title = {Slave Hiring in {Texas}},
journal = {American Historical Review},
volume = 93,
number = 1,
month = {February},
pages = {107-114},
year = 1988,
note = {Slave Hiring in {Texas}},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ campbell1989,
author = {Randolph B. Campbell},
title = {An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Institution in Texas},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1989,
note = {An Empire for Slavery},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ campbell1997,
author = {Randolph B. Campbell},
title = {Grass-Roots Reconstruction in Texas, 1865--1880},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1997,
note = {Grass-Roots Reconstruction in Texas, 1865--1880},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@PhDThesis{ carlson1929,
author = {Avery Luvere Carlson},
title = {A Monetary and Banking History of Texas: From the Mexican Regime to the Present Day, 1821-1929},
school = {University of Iowa},
year = 1929,
note = {A Monetary and Banking History of Texas},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ crisp2005,
author = {James E. Crisp},
title = {Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett's Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Oxford University Press},
year = 2005,
note = {Sleuthing the Alamo},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ crouch2007,
author = {Barry A. Crouch},
title = {"All the Vile Passions": the {Texas Black Code of 1866}},
pages = {134-158},
editor = {Larry Madaras},
booktitle = {Dance of Freedom: Texas African Americans during Reconstruction},
address = {Austin},
publisher = {University of Texas Press},
year = 2007,
note = {"All the Vile Passions"},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ crouch2007a,
author = {Barry A. Crouch},
title = {The Fetters of Justice: Black Texans and the Penitentiary during Reconstruction},
pages = {159-180},
editor = {Larry Madaras},
booktitle = {Dance of Freedom: Texas African Americans during Reconstruction},
address = {Austin},
publisher = {University of Texas Press},
year = 2007,
note = {The Fetters of Justice},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@PhDThesis{ crow1961,
author = {Herman L. Crow},
title = {A Political History of the {Texas} Penal System, 1829-1951},
school = {University of Texas at Austin},
year = 1961,
note = {A Political History of the {Texas} Penal System, 1829-1951},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@MastersThesis{ derbes2011,
author = {Brett J. Derbes},
title = {Prison Productions: Textiles and Other Military Supplies from State Penitentiaries in the {Trans-Mississippi} theater during the {American Civil War}},
school = {University of North Texas},
year = 2011,
note = {Prison Productions},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ downs2011,
author = {Gregory P. Downs},
title = {Declarations of Dependence: The Long Reconstruction of Popular Politics in the South, 1861-1908},
address = {Chapel Hill},
publisher = {University of North Carolina Press},
year = 2011,
note = {Declarations of Dependence},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ downs2012,
author = {Jim Downs},
title = {Sick from freedom: African-American illness and suffering during the Civil War and Reconstruction},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Oxford University Press},
year = 2012,
note = {Sick from freedom},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ drake1966,
author = {W. Magruder Drake},
title = {Two Letters of H. Winbourne Drake, Civil War Refugee in Northwest Louisiana},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 7,
number = 1,
month = {Winter},
pages = {71-76},
year = 1966,
note = {Two Letters of H. Winbourne Drake, Civil War Refugee in Northwest Louisiana},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ eiss1998,
author = {Paul K. Eiss},
title = {A Share in the Land: Freedpeople and the Government of Labour in Southern {L}ouisiana, 1862-1865},
journal = {Slavery and Abolition},
volume = 19,
number = 1,
month = {April},
pages = {46-89},
year = 1998,
note = {A Share in the Land},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ fett2002,
author = {Sharla M. Fett},
title = {Working Cures: Healing, Health, and Power on Southern Slave Plantations},
address = {Chapel Hill},
publisher = {University of North Carolina Press},
year = 2002,
note = {Working Cures},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ follett2005,
author = {Richard Follett},
title = {The Sugar Masters: Planters and Slaves in Louisiana's Cane World, 1820-1860},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 2005,
note = {The Sugar Masters},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ gallaway1994,
editor = {B. P. Gallaway},
title = {Texas, the Dark Corner of the Confederacy: Contemporary Accounts of the Long Star State in the Civil War},
address = {Lincoln},
publisher = {University of Nebraska Press},
year = 1994,
note = {Texas, the Dark Corner of the Confederacy},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ gilbert1972,
author = {Loy J. Gilbert},
title = {Salt of the Earth: Making Salt at the {N}eches {S}aline},
journal = {Chronicles of Smith County, Texas},
volume = 11,
number = 2,
month = {Fall},
pages = {1--12},
year = 1972,
note = {Salt of the Earth},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ glymph2008,
author = {Thavolia Glymph},
title = {Out of the House of Bondage: the Transformation of the Plantation Household},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
year = 2008,
note = {Out of the House of Bondage},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ goodwin2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Ronald E. Goodwin},
title = {Into Freedom's Abyss: Reflections of {R}econstruction Violence in {T}exas},
pages = {286--303},
year = 2012,
note = {Into Freedom's Abyss},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ gorman2012,
author = {John Gorman},
title = {Reconstruction Violence in the Lower {B}razos {R}iver Valley},
pages = {387--420},
crossref = {howell2012},
year = 2012,
note = {Reconstruction Violence in the Lower {B}razos {R}iver Valley},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book { guterl2008,
author = {Matthew Pratt Guterl},
title = {American Mediterranean: Southern Slaveholders in the Age of Emancipation},
publisher = {Harvard University Press},
address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
year = 2008,
note = {American Mediterranean},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ hahn2003,
author = {Steven Hahn},
title = {A Nation Under Our Feet: Black Political Struggles in the Rural South from Slavery to the Great Migration},
address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
publisher = {Harvard University Press},
year = 2003,
note = {A Nation Under Our Feet},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ hahnetal2008,
editor = {Steven Hahn and Steven F. Miller and Susan E. O'Donovan and John C. Rodrigue and Leslie S. Rowland},
title = {Land and Labor, 1865},
address = {Chapel Hill},
publisher = {University of North Carolina Press},
year = 2008,
note = {Land and Labor, 1865},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ howell2012,
editor = {Kenneth W. Howell},
title = {Still the Arena of Civil War: Violence and Turmoil in Texas, 1865--1874},
address = {Denton},
publisher = {University of North Texas Press},
year = 2012,
note = {Still the Arena of Civil War},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ howell2012b,
author = {Kenneth W. Howell},
title = {Governor {J}ames {T}hrockmorton and the Question of Frontier Violence in {R}econstruction {T}exas, 1866--1867},
pages = {354--369},
crossref = {howell2012},
year = 2012,
note = {Governor {J}ames {T}hrockmorton and the Question of Frontier Violence in {R}econstruction {T}exas, 1866--1867},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ jach2005,
author = {Theresa R. Jach},
title = {Reform versus Reality in the Progressive Era Texas Prison},
journal = {Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era},
volume = 4,
number = 1,
month = {January},
pages = {53-67},
year = 2005,
note = {Reform versus Reality in the Progressive Era Texas Prison},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ johnson2013,
author = {Walter Johnson},
title = {River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Empire in the Cotton Kingdom},
address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
publisher = {Harvard University Press},
year = 2013,
note = {River of Dark Dreams},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ jung2006,
author = {Moon-Ho Jung},
title = {Coolies and Cane: Race, Labor, and Sugar in the Age of Emancipation},
address = {Baltimore},
publisher = {Johns Hopkins University Press},
year = 2006,
note = {Coolies and Cane},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ kelley2010,
author = {Sean M. Kelley},
title = {Los Brazos de Dios: a Plantation Society in the Texas Borderlands, 1821--1865},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 2010,
note = {Los Brazos de Dios},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ kerby1972,
author = {Robert L. Kerby},
title = {Kirby Smith's Confederacy: The Trans-{M}ississippi South, 1863--1865},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Columbia University Press},
year = 1972,
note = {Kirby Smith's Confederacy},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ kilbourne1995,
author = {Kilbourne, Jr., Richard Holcombe},
title = {Debt, Investment, Slaves: Credit Relations in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana 1825--1885},
address = {Tuscaloosa},
publisher = {University of Alabama Press},
year = 1995,
note = {Debt, Investment, Slaves},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ kosary2012,
author = {Rebecca A. Kosary},
title = {'To Punish and Humiliate the Entire Community': White Violence Perpetrated against African-American Women in Texas, 1865--1868},
pages = {327--351},
crossref = {howell2012},
year = 2012,
note = {'To Punish and Humiliate the Entire Community'},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@PhDThesis{ lathrop1945,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {The Pugh Plantations, 1860--1865: A Study of Life in Lower Louisiana},
school = {University of Texas},
year = 1945,
note = {The Pugh Plantations, 1860--1865},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ lathrop1958,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {Disaffection in {C}onfederate {L}ouisiana: The Case of {W}illiam {H}yman},
journal = {The Journal of Southern History},
volume = 24,
number = 3,
month = {August},
pages = {308-318},
year = 1958,
note = {Disaffection in {C}onfederate {L}ouisiana},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ lathrop1960,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {The {L}afourche District in 1862: Militia and Partisan Rangers},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 1,
number = 3,
month = {Summer},
pages = {230-244},
year = 1960,
note = {The {L}afourche District in 1862},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ lathrop1960a,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {The {L}afourche District in 1861-1862: A Problem in Local Defense},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 1,
number = 2,
month = {Spring},
pages = {99-129},
year = 1960,
note = {The {L}afourche District in 1861-1862},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ lathrop1960b,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {The {L}afourche District in 1862: Confederate Revival},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 1,
number = 4,
month = {Autumn},
pages = {300-319},
year = 1960,
note = {The {L}afourche District in 1862},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ lathrop1961,
author = {Barnes F. Lathrop},
title = {The {L}afourche District in 1862: Invasion},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 2,
number = 2,
month = {Spring},
pages = {175-201},
year = 1961,
note = {The {L}afourche District in 1862},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ levengood1998,
author = {Paul A. Levengood},
title = {In the Absence of Scarcity: The Civil War Prosperity of Houston, Texas},
journal = {Southwestern Historical Quarterly},
volume = 101,
number = 4,
month = {April},
pages = {401--426},
year = 1998,
note = {In the Absence of Scarcity},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ litwack1979,
author = {Leon F. Litwack},
title = {Been in the Storm So Long: The Aftermath of Slavery},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Alfred A. Knopf},
year = 1979,
note = {Been in the Storm So Long},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ lonn1965,
author = {Ella Lonn},
title = {Salt as a Factor in the Confederacy},
address = {University},
publisher = {University of Alabama Press},
year = 1965,
note = {Salt as a Factor in the Confederacy},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ mancini1996,
author = {Matthew J. Mancini},
title = {One Dies, Get Another: Convict Leasing in the American South, 1866-1928},
address = {Columbia},
publisher = {University of South Carolina},
year = 1996,
note = {One Dies, Get Another},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ marten1990,
author = {James Marten},
title = {Texas Divided: Loyalty and Dissent in the Lone Star State, 1856--1874},
address = {Lexington},
publisher = {University Press of Kentucky},
year = 1990, note = {Texas Divided},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ martin1965,
author = {Charles Young Martin},
editor = {Virginia Martin Carmouche},
title = {The Ancestors and Descendants of General Robert Campbell Martin and his Wife, Mary Winifred Hill Pugh},
address = {Lake Charles, LA},
publisher = {Anderson Printing},
year = 1965,
note = {The Ancestors and Descendants of General Robert Campbell Martin and his Wife, Mary Winifred Hill Pugh},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ martinez2013,
author = {Jaime Amanda Martinez},
title = {Confederate Slave Impressment in the Upper South},
address = {Chapel Hill},
publisher = {University of North Carolina Press},
year = 2013,
note = {Confederate Slave Impressment in the Upper South},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ massey1964,
author = {Mary Elizabeth Massey},
title = {Refugee Life in the Confederacy},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1964,
note = {Refugee Life in the Confederacy},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ matt2007,
author = {Susan J. Matt},
title = {You Can't Go Home Again: Homesickness and Nostalgia in U. S. History},
journal = {Journal of American History},
volume = 94,
number = 2,
month = {September},
pages = {469-497},
year = 2007,
note = {You Can't Go Home Again},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ mccaslin2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Richard B. McCaslin},
title = {William Longworth, Republican Villain},
pages = {133--151},
year = 2012,
note = {William Longworth, Republican Villain},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ mccaslinetal2013,
editor = {Richard B. McCaslin and Donald E. Chipman and Andrew Torget},
title = {This Corner of Canaan: Essays on Texas in Honor of Randolph B. Campbell},
address = {Denton},
publisher = {University of North Texas Press},
year = 2013,
note = {This Corner of Canaan},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ mccurry2010,
author = {Stephanie McCurry},
title = {Confederate Reckoning: Power and Politics in the Civil War South},
address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
publisher = {Harvard University Press},
year = 2010,
note = {Confederate Reckoning},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ mcilhenny1933,
author = {E. A. McIlhenny},
title = {Befo' de War Spirituals},
address = {Boston},
publisher = {Christopher Publishing House},
year = 1933,
note = {Befo' de War Spirituals},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ meadows2000,
author = {Meadows, R. Darrell},
title = {Engineering Exile: Social Networks and the {French Atlantic} Community, 1789-1809},
journal = {French Historical Studies},
volume = 23,
number = 1,
month = {},
pages = {67-102},
year = 2000,
note = {Engineering Exile},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ menn1964,
author = {Joseph Karl Menn},
title = {The Large Slaveholders of Louisiana, 1860},
address = {New Orleans},
publisher = {Pelican Pub. Co.},
year = 1964,
note = {The Large Slaveholders of Louisiana, 1860},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ messner1975,
author = {William F. Messner},
title = {{The Vicksburg Campaign of 1862: A Case Study in the Federal Utilization of Black Labor}},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 16,
number = 4,
month = {Autumn},
pages = {371--381},
year = 1975,
note = {The Vicksburg Campaign of 1862},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ moneyhon1980,
author = {Carl H. Moneyhon},
title = {Republicanism in Reconstruction Texas},
address = {Austin},
publisher = {University of Texas Press},
year = 1980,
note = {Republicanism in Reconstruction Texas},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ moneyhon2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Carl H. Moneyhon},
title = {The Democratic Party, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Politics of Fear},
pages = {243--265},
year = 2012,
note = {The Democratic Party, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Politics of Fear},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ moneyhon2013,
author = {Carl H. Moneyhon},
title = {Landholding in {Brazos County, Texas}: Frontier, War, and {R}econstruction},
pages = {131-155},
crossref = {mccaslinetal2013},
year = 2013,
note = {Landholding in {Brazos County, Texas}},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ morgan2005,
author = {Chad Morgan},
title = {Planters' Progress: Modernizing Confederate Georgia},
address = {Gainesville},
publisher = {University Press of Florida},
year = 2005,
note = {Planters' Progress},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ nelson1946,
author = {Bernard H. Nelson},
title = {Confederate Slave Impressment Legislation, 1861--1865},
journal = {Journal of Negro History},
volume = 31,
number = 4,
month = {October},
pages = {392--410},
year = 1946,
note = {Confederate Slave Impressment Legislation, 1861--1865},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book { oakes1982,
author = {James Oakes},
title = {The Ruling Race: A History of American Slaveholders},
publisher = {W. W. Norton},
address = {New York},
year = 1982,
note = {The Ruling Race},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ oakes2013,
author = {James Oakes},
title = {Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861--1865},
address = {New York},
publisher = {W. W. Norton},
year = 2013, note = {Freedom National},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@InCollection{ orear2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Mary Jo O'Rear},
title = {'A Free and Outspoken Press': Coverage of Reconstruction Violence and Turmoil in Texas Newspapers, 1866--1868},
pages = {267--284},
year = 2012,
note = {'A Free and Outspoken Press'},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Book{ oshinsky1996,
author = {David M. Oshinsky},
title = {"Worse than Slavery": Parchman Farm and the Ordeal of Jim Crow Justice},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Free Press},
year = 1996,
note = {"Worse than Slavery"},
}
~~~~
~~~~ {.bib}
@Article{ pace1998,
author = {Robert F. Pace},
title = {'It was {Bedlam} Let Loose': The {Louisiana} sugar country and the {Civil War}},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 39,
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month = {Autumn},
pages = {389-409},
year = 1998,
note = {'It was {Bedlam} Let Loose'},
}
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@Book{ perrin1891,
editor = {William Henry Perrin},
title = {Southwest Louisiana: Biographical and Historical},
address = {New Orleans},
publisher = {Gulf Publishing Company},
year = 1891,
note = {Southwest Louisiana},
}
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@Article{ pierce2008,
author = {Michael Pierce},
title = {The Mechanics of {Little Rock}: Free Labor Ideas in Antebellum {Arkansas}, 1845-1861},
journal = {Arkansas Historical Quarterly},
volume = 67,
number = 3,
month = {Autumn},
pages = {221--244},
year = 2008,
note = {The Mechanics of {Little Rock}},
}
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@Book{ pitre1985,
author = {Merline Pitre},
title = {Through Many Dangers, Toils, and Snares: the Black Leadership of Texas, 1868--1900},
address = {Austin},
publisher = {Eakin Press},
year = 1985,
note = {Through Many Dangers, Toils, and Snares},
}
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@Book{ ramsdell1910,
author = {Charles William Ramsdell},
title = {Reconstruction in Texas},
address = {New York},
publisher = {Columbia University Press},
year = 1910,
note = {Reconstruction in Texas},
}
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@Article{ ramsdell1924,
author = {Charles W. Ramsdell},
title = {The Texas State Military Board, 1862--1865},
journal = {The Southwestern Historical Quarterly},
volume = 27,
number = 4,
month = {April},
pages = {253--275},
year = 1924,
note = {The Texas State Military Board, 1862--1865},
}
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@Book{ rice1971,
author = {Lawrence D. Rice},
title = {The Negro in Texas, 1874--1900},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1971,
note = {The Negro in Texas, 1874--1900},
}
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@InCollection{ richter2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {William L. Richter},
title = {"Shoot or Get Out of the War!": The Murder of Texas Freedmen's Bureau Agent William G. Kirkman by Cullen Baker---and the Historians},
pages = {63--111},
year = 2012,
note = {"Shoot or Get Out of the War!"},
}
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@Book{ rothfeder2007,
author = {Jeffrey Rothfeder},
title = {McIlhenny's Gold: How a Louisiana Family Built the Tabasco Empire},
address = {New York},
publisher = {HarperCollins},
year = 2007,
note = {McIlhenny's Gold},
}
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@Article{ sacher2007,
author = {John M. Sacher},
title = {'{A} Very Disagreeable Business': {C}onfederate Conscription in {L}ouisiana},
journal = {Civil War History},
volume = 53,
number = 2,
month = {June},
pages = {141-169},
year = 2007,
note = {'{A} Very Disagreeable Business'},
}
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@Book{ scarborough2003,
author = {William Kauffman Scarborough},
title = {Masters of the Big House: Elite Slaveholders of the Mid-Nineteenth-Century South},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 2003,
note = {Masters of the Big House},
}
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@Book{ scott1990,
author = {James C. Scott},
title = {Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts},
address = {New Haven},
publisher = {Yale University Press},
year = 1990, note = {Domination and the Arts of Resistance},
}
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@Article{ simpson1964,
author = {Amos E. Simpson and Vincent Cassidy},
title = {The Wartime Administration of {Governor Henry W. Allen}},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 5,
number = 3,
month = {Summer},
pages = {257-269},
year = 1964,
note = {The Wartime Administration of {Governor Henry W. Allen}},
}
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@Book{ smallwood1981,
author = {James Smallwood},
title = {Time of Hope, Time of Despair: Black Texans during Reconstruction},
address = {Port Washington, N.Y.},
publisher = {National University Publications},
year = 1981,
note = {Time of Hope, Time of Despair},
}
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@InCollection{ smallwood2012,
author = {James M. Smallwood},
editor = {editors separated by "and"},
title = {When the Klan Rode: Terrorism in Reconstruction Texas},
booktitle = {book title},
address = {city},
publisher = {publisher},
pages = {214--242},
year = 2012,
note = {When the Klan Rode},
}
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@InCollection{ spurlin2012,
crossref = {howell2012},
author = {Charles D. Spurlin},
title = {The World Turned Upside Down?: The Military Occupation of Victoria and Calhoun Counties, 1865--1867},
pages = {113--131},
year = 2012,
note = {The World Turned Upside Down?},
}
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@Book{ sternhell2012,
author = {Yael A. Sternhell},
title = {Routes of War: The World of Movement in the Confederate South},
address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
publisher = {Harvard University Press},
year = 2012,
note = {Routes of War},
}
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@Book{ stone1995,
editor = {John Q. Anderson},
title = {Brokenburn: The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861--1868},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1995,
note = {Brokenburn},
}
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@Book{ strobel1926,
author = {Abner J. Strobel},
title = {The Old Plantations and their Owners of Brazoria County Texas},
address = {Houston},
publisher = {Union National Bank},
year = 1926,
note = {The Old Plantations and their Owners of Brazoria County Texas},
}
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@article{ sutherland1980,
title = {{Looking for a Home: Louisiana Emigrants during the Civil War and Reconstruction}},
volume = {21},
shorttitle = {Looking for a Home},
number = {4},
journal = {Louisiana History},
author = {Daniel E. Sutherland},
month = {October},
year = {1980},
pages = {341--359},
note = {Looking for a Home},
}
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@Article{ taylor1967,
author = {Joe Gray Taylor},
title = {Slavery in Louisiana during the Civil War},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 8,
number = 1,
month = {Winter},
pages = {27-33},
year = 1967,
note = {Slavery in Louisiana during the Civil War},
}
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@Article{ thoms2008,
author = {Alston V. Thoms},
title = {Obscured in the Midst of the {Civil War}: Enslaved {African Americans} at {Camp Ford}},
journal = {Journal of History and Culture},
volume = 1,
number = 1,
month = {},
pages = {25-49},
year = 2008,
note = {Obscured in the Midst of the {Civil War}},
}
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@InCollection{ tijerina2012,
author = {Andrés Tijerina},
title = {Foreigners in Their Native Land: The Violent Struggle between Anglos and Tejanos for Land Titles in South Texas during Reconstruction},
pages = {305--325},
crossref = {howell2012},
year = 2012,
note = {Foreigners in Their Native Land},
}
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@InCollection{ turner2007,
author = {Elizabeth Hayes Turner},
editor = {Gregg Cantrell and Elizabeth Hayes Turner},
title = {{Juneteenth: Emancipation and Memory}},
booktitle = {Lone Star Pasts: Memory and History in Texas},
address = {College Station},
publisher = {Texas A\&M University Press},
pages = {143--175},
year = 2007,
note = {Juneteenth},
}
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@Article{ usner2013,
author = {Usner, Jr., Daniel H.},
title = {From {Bayou Teche} to {Fifth Avenue}: Crafting a New Market for {Chitimacha Indian} Baskets},
journal = {Journal of Southern History},
volume = 79,
number = 2,
month = {May},
pages = {339--374},
year = 2013,
note = {From {Bayou Teche} to {Fifth Avenue}},
}
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@Article{ wade1998,
author = {Michael G. Wade},
title = {'{I} Would Rather Be Among the {C}omanches': The Military Occupation of Southwest {L}ouisiana, 1865},
journal = {Louisiana History},
volume = 39,
number = 1,
month = {Winter},
pages = {45-64},
year = 1998,
note = {'{I} Would Rather Be Among the {C}omanches'},
}
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@Book{ walker1988,
author = {Donald R. Walker},
title = {Penology for Profit: A History of the Texas Prison System, 1867-1912},
address = {College Station},
publisher = {Texas A&M University Press},
year = 1988,
note = {Penology for Profit},
}
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@Article{ williams1909,
author = {G. Mott Williams},
title = {Letters of {General Thomas Williams}, 1862},
journal = {American Historical Review},
volume = 14,
number = 2,
month = {January},
pages = {304--328},
year = 1909,
note = {Letters of {General Thomas Williams}, 1862},
}
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@Book{ wilson2002,
author = {Harold S. Wilson},
title = {Confederate Industry: Manufacturers and Quartermasters in the Civil War},
address = {Jackson},
publisher = {University of Mississippi Press},
year = 2002,
note = {Confederate Industry},
}
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@Book{ winters1963,
author = {John D. Winters},
title = {The Civil War in Louisiana},
address = {Baton Rouge},
publisher = {Louisiana State University Press},
year = 1963,
note = {The Civil War in Louisiana},
}
~~~~
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