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A list of key readings about Carpetbagger.
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  • Ash, Stephen V. When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865 U of North Carolina Press 1995.
  • Barnes, Kenneth C. Who Killed John Clayton Duke U.P. 1998; violence in Arkansas
  • Brown, Canter, Jr. "Carpetbagger Intrigues, Black Leadership, and a Southern Loyalist Triumph: Florida's Gubernatorial Election of 1872" Florida Historical Quarterly 1994 72(3): 275-301. ISSN 0015-4113. Shows how African Americans joined Redeemers to defeat corrupt carpetbagger running for reelection
  • Campbell, Randolph B. "Carpetbagger Rule in Reconstruction Texas: an Enduring Myth." Southwestern Historical Quarterly 1994 97(4): 587-596. ISSN 0038-478X
  • Richard Nelson Current. Those Terrible Carpetbaggers: A Reinterpretation (1988), a favorable view
  • Currie-Mcdaniel, Ruth. Carpetbagger of Conscience: A Biography of John Emory Bryant Fordham U.P. 1999; religious reformer in South Carolina
  • Durden, Robert Franklin; James Shepherd Pike: Republicanism and the American Negro, 1850-1882 Duke University Press, 1957
  • Paul D. Escott; Many Excellent People: Power and Privilege in North Carolina, 1850-1900, University of North Carolina Press, 1985.
  • Foner, Eric. Freedom's Lawmakers: A Directory Of Black Officeholders During Reconstruction, Oxford University Press, 1993, Revised, 1996, LSU Press.
  • Foner, Eric. Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863–1877 (1988) Harper & Row, 1988, recent standard history
  • Fowler, Wilton B. "A Carpetbagger's Conversion to White Supremacy." North Carolina Historical Review 1966 43(3): 286-304. ISSN 0029-2494
  • Garner, James Wilford. Reconstruction in Mississippi (1902) online edition
  • Harris, William C. The Day of the Carpetbagger: Republican Reconstruction in Mississippi Louisiana State University Press, 1979 online edition
  • Harris, William C. "James Lynch: Black Leader in Southern Reconstruction," Historian 1971 34(1): 40-61. ISSN 0018-2370; Lynch was Mississippi's first African American secretary of state
  • Klein, Maury. "Southern Railroad Leaders, 1865-1893: Identities and Ideologies" Business History Review 1968 42(3): 288-310. ISSN 0007-6805 Fulltext in JSTOR
  • Morrow, Ralph E.; Northern Methodism and Reconstruction Michigan State University Press, 1956
  • Olsen, Otto H. Carpetbagger's Crusade: The Life of Albion Winegar Tourgee (1965)
  • Simkins, Francis Butler, and Robert Hilliard Woody. South Carolina during Reconstruction (1932)
  • Tunnell, Ted. Edge of the Sword: The Ordeal of Carpetbagger Marshall H. Twitchell in the Civil War and Reconstruction LSU Press, 2001, on Louisiana.
  • Ted Tunnell, "Creating 'the Propaganda of History': Southern Editors and the Origins of Carpetbagger and Scalawag," Journal of Southern History (Nov 2006) 72#4
  • Wiggins, Sarah Woolfolk; The Scalawag in Alabama Politics, 1865-1881 University of Alabama Press, 1991 online edition
  • Woolfolk, Sarah Van V. "George E. Spencer: a Carpetbagger in Alabama," Alabama Review 1966 19(1): 41-52. ISSN 0002-4341
  • Wintory, Blake. "William Hines Furbush: African-American Carpetbagger, Republican, Fusionist, and Democrat," Arkansas Historical Quarterly 2004 63(2): 107-165. ISSN 0004-1823
  • Wintory, Blake. "William Hines Furbush (1839–1902)" Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture (2006).

Primary sources

  • Bryant, Emma Spaulding. Emma Spaulding Bryant: Civil War Bride, Carpetbagger's Wife, Ardent Feminist; Letters and Diaries, 1860-1900 Fordham U. Pr., 2004. 503 pp.
  • Fleming, Walter L. Documentary History of Reconstruction: Political, Military, Social, Religious, Educational, and Industrial 2 vol (1906). Uses broad collection of primary sources; vol 1 on national politics; vol 2 on states; volume 1 493 pp online and vol 2 480 pp online
  • Louis F. Post. "A 'Carpetbagger' in South Carolina," The Journal of Negro History Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jan., 1925), pp. 10-79 in Jstor; autobiography
  • Twitchell, Marshall Harvey. Carpetbagger from Vermont: The Autobiography of Marshall Harvey Twitchell. ed by Ted Tunnell; Louisiana State U. Press, 1989. 216 pp.