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The Limits of LoyaltyOrdinary People in Civil War Mississippi$
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Jarret Ruminski

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781496813961

Published to University Press of Mississippi: May 2019

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781496813961.001.0001

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“Allegiance and Protection Are and Must Be Reciprocal”

“Allegiance and Protection Are and Must Be Reciprocal”

The Aftermath of War in Mississippi

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(p.178) Conclusion “Allegiance and Protection Are and Must Be Reciprocal”
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The Limits of Loyalty
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Jarret Ruminski

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University Press of Mississippi
DOI:10.14325/mississippi/9781496813961.003.0007

The conclusion discusses Mississippi’s immediate postwar period from mid- to late 1865. In particular, it focuses on the Christmasrebellion of that year in order to demonstrate how white Mississippianscontinued their attempts to uphold the racial hierarchy against freed people’scontinued rejection of white dominance. This struggle dominated Mississippi’ssociopolitical landscape through Reconstruction and beyond. Unionforces won the war, but they could not suppress the continued influence ofracial loyalties, which exerted a powerful influence over defeated Confederatesoldiers and Southern civilians.

Keywords:   Christmasrebellion, Racial hierarchy, Reconstruction, Racial loyalties, Southern civilians

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