The New South. Chapter 16. Bourbon Triumvirate. Redemption Era : period after Reconstruction and before the “New South” Redeem the state from the hardships of Reconstruction (i.e.…The Republican Party) The Bourbon Triumvirate : Joseph Brown, Alfred Colquitt, and John Gordon
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Redemption Era : period after Reconstruction and before the “New South”
Governor Joseph Brown
Political Ally: one who shares a common cause
Lt. Gen. John B. Gordon
Chain gang in western North Carolina
William Felton: U.S. Congressman; served in GA General Assembly
Rebecca Latimer Felton
Picture of 1930 Prohibition
Henry W. Grady
Example of Georgia Industry
Chicago before the fire
Chicago during the fire
1840-1880: Western Europe (Ireland, France,…)
1900-1910: Southern and Eastern Europe (Italy, Germany,…)
New York Elections in 1870s
Rutherford B. Hayes
2000 Electoral Map
1881 Republican President
Patronage: appointing people to gov’t jobs in return for political support.
Railroad depot where Garfield was shot
“Remember The Maine!”
Rose from farmers and workers who were becoming tired, poor, and discouraged!
The National Grange
The Farmers’ Alliance joined with labor organizations (unions) to form this new political party.
1892 Election: Democrat Grover Cleveland won…Populist candidate: James B. Weaver
James B. Weaver
White and black farmers
Tom Watson, Populist