[☆ Yankee Reconstructed (The Grenville Sagas Book 2) || ☆ PDF Download by ↠ Carolyn P. Schriber]
Feb 26, 2020 - 23:29 PMBy Carolyn P. Schriber

When the the Civil War was over, Jonathan and Susan Grenville moved their family back to Charleston, only to find that peace was easier to declare than to practice The war that tore a nation apart might have ended in 1865, but the most important battles remained to be fought The North struggled to resume business as usual, while the South faced economic disaster Old s When the the Civil War was over, Jonathan and Susan Grenville moved their family back to Charleston, only to find that peace was easier to declare than to practice The war that tore a nation apart might have ended in 1865, but the most important battles remained to be fought The North struggled to resume business as usual, while the South faced economic disaster Old state constitutuions needed to be re written before the United States would take their former enemies back into the Union Old political alliances collapsed, and the party of Lincoln faced a decline into unparalleled graft and corruption And over everyone hovered the question of what to do with the thousands of former slaves whose status as citizens remained undefined The following ten years gave rise to some of the most important constitutional developments in the history of the United States The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments would change the face of a nation, but the advances came at a terrible cost In many ways, the transition would take another hundred years to reach fruition And in the meantime, generations of black men learned that the pathway to becoming African American was a dangerous one As the reunited country struggled with the problems of Reconstruction, the Grenvilles found themselves seeking new economic opportunities to replace the old cotton culture Jonathan and Susan inherited vast land holdings that threatened to bury them under a deluge of back taxes unless they could find a new way to turn the lands into new revenue sources Other family members decided to work together to meet the ever present need for food by creating their own grocery business And two of the family s enterprising young people took on a challenge to capture, tame, and recreate an ancient breed of horses that had adapted themselves to living wild in the swamps of South Carolina s Lowcountry At the same time, the Grenvilles were swept up into political rivalries and civil riots that churned their peaceful streets into battlegrounds Family ties shattered as their maturing children searched for their own answers to the questions of how best to live their lives One son took refuge in a separatist religious community, while another became an armed advocate of White Supremacy Susan s black cousins fought for equality and became targets of those who haeted blacks A daughter was swept into a romance with a black man Daily life became a constant battle marked by visits from the Ku Klux Klan, threats of violence, and accusations of murder Follow the Grenvilles as they navigate the difficult years between 1867 and 1877.
  • Title: Yankee Reconstructed (The Grenville Sagas Book 2)
  • Author: Carolyn P. Schriber
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  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Yankee Reconstructed (The Grenville Sagas Book 2) By Carolyn P. Schriber When the the Civil War was over, Jonathan and Susan Grenville moved their family back to Charleston, only to find that peace was easier to declare than to practice The war that tore a nation apart might have ended in 1865, but the most important battles remained to be fought The North struggled to resume business as usual, while the South faced economic disaster Old s When the the Civil War was over, Jonathan and Susan Grenville moved their family back to Charleston, only to find that peace was easier to declare than to practice The war that tore a nation apart might have ended in 1865, but the most important battles remained to be fought The North struggled to resume business as usual, while the South faced economic disaster Old state constitutuions needed to be re written before the United States would take their former enemies back into the Union Old political alliances collapsed, and the party of Lincoln faced a decline into unparalleled graft and corruption And over everyone hovered the question of what to do with the thousands of former slaves whose status as citizens remained undefined The following ten years gave rise to some of the most important constitutional developments in the history of the United States The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments would change the face of a nation, but the advances came at a terrible cost In many ways, the transition would take another hundred years to reach fruition And in the meantime, generations of black men learned that the pathway to becoming African American was a dangerous one As the reunited country struggled with the problems of Reconstruction, the Grenvilles found themselves seeking new economic opportunities to replace the old cotton culture Jonathan and Susan inherited vast land holdings that threatened to bury them under a deluge of back taxes unless they could find a new way to turn the lands into new revenue sources Other family members decided to work together to meet the ever present need for food by creating their own grocery business And two of the family s enterprising young people took on a challenge to capture, tame, and recreate an ancient breed of horses that had adapted themselves to living wild in the swamps of South Carolina s Lowcountry At the same time, the Grenvilles were swept up into political rivalries and civil riots that churned their peaceful streets into battlegrounds Family ties shattered as their maturing children searched for their own answers to the questions of how best to live their lives One son took refuge in a separatist religious community, while another became an armed advocate of White Supremacy Susan s black cousins fought for equality and became targets of those who haeted blacks A daughter was swept into a romance with a black man Daily life became a constant battle marked by visits from the Ku Klux Klan, threats of violence, and accusations of murder Follow the Grenvilles as they navigate the difficult years between 1867 and 1877.

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