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Book Review: Reconstruction And Reunion, 1864-88, Part One, David S. Bogen Apr 2009

Book Review: Reconstruction And Reunion, 1864-88, Part One, David S. Bogen

David S. Bogen

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The First Integration Of The University Of Maryland School Of Law, David S. Bogen Apr 2009

The First Integration Of The University Of Maryland School Of Law, David S. Bogen

David S. Bogen

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The Innkeeper's Tale: The Legal Development Of A Public Calling, David S. Bogen Feb 2009

The Innkeeper's Tale: The Legal Development Of A Public Calling, David S. Bogen

David S. Bogen

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Precursors Of Rosa Parks: Maryland Transportation Cases Between The Civil War And The Beginning Of World War I, David S. Bogen Feb 2009

Precursors Of Rosa Parks: Maryland Transportation Cases Between The Civil War And The Beginning Of World War I, David S. Bogen

David S. Bogen

When Rosa Parks refused to move to a seat in the back of the bus in Montgomery, it sparked the boycott and was a critical event in the Civil Rights movement. But Mrs. Parks was the culmination of a long tradition of resistance to segregation. Many teachers, ministers, businessmen and ordinary citizens refused to accept second class treatment on the railways and waterways of Maryland between the end of the Civil War and the beginning of World War I, and took their protest to the courts. Facing hostile state courts after the Civil War, African-American plaintiffs needed to access the ...