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Cortelco Handset-rd 006547-vm2-pak Repl Handset Re (handsetrd)


Cortelco Handset-rd 006547-vm2-pak Repl Handset Re (handsetrd)


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Product Description. Cortelco amplified handset- RedITTHANDSETRD. Color: Red. Manufacturer Part Number: 8900D-RED

Dred.I - Code Dred


Dred.I – Code Dred


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Dred.I – Code Dred

emerginC D-Red Daytime Emulsion


emerginC D-Red Daytime Emulsion


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Buy emerginC Face Moisturizers – emerginC D-Red Daytime Emulsion 30ml/1oz

emerginC D-Red Nighttime Strengthening Balm


emerginC D-Red Nighttime Strengthening Balm


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Riverside Furniture Metro II Dred End Chest Ebony Brown


Riverside Furniture Metro II Dred End Chest Ebony Brown


$351


One storage drawer. Dovetail drawer construction. Woodonwood guide. Door opens to reveal an open storage area. CPSC HR4040 certified. Made from hardwood solid and oak veneer. Ebony brown finish. No assembly required. 18 in. W x 23 in. D x 24 in. H (60 lbs.)Youthful in spirit, the Metro II Side Chest feature clean simplicity with the ultimate in storage and function.

The Wars of Reconstruction


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By 1870, just five years after Confederate surrender and thirteen years after the Dred Scott decision ruled blacks ineligible for citizenship, Congressional action had ended slavery and given the vote to black men. That same year, Hiram Revels and Joseph Hayne Rainey became the first African-American U.S. senator and congressman respectively. In South Carolina, only twenty years after the death of arch-secessionist John C. Calhoun, a black man, Jasper J. Wright, took a seat on the state’s Supreme Court. Not even the most optimistic abolitionists had thought such milestones would occur in their lifetimes. The brief years of Reconstruction marked the United States’ most progressive moment prior to the civil rights movement. Previous histories of Reconstruction have focused on Washington politics. But in this sweeping, prodigiously researched narrative, Douglas Egerton brings a much bigger, even more dramatic story into view, exploring state and local politics and tracing the struggles of some fifteen hundred African-American officeholders, in both the North and South, who fought entrenched white resistance. Tragically, their movement was met by ruthless violence-not just riotous mobs, but also targeted assassination. With stark evidence, Egerton shows that Reconstruction, often cast as a “failure” or a doomed experiment, was rolled back by murderous force. The Wars of Reconstruction is a major and provocative contribution to American history.

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