The duty of carrying out the post-bellum measures had devolved upon the new cabinet.
The young or post-bellum Negro is steadily improving morally.
The writer takes it that the young "Negro" and his father are to represent only the ante-bellum and the post-bellum Negro.
If he never writes another line Mr. Pinmoney is by this assured of a permanent place in the anthology of post-bellum poetry.
Washington's "Latané" had post-bellum reproduction, by the graver; becoming popular and widely-known, North and South.
This time the lesson is enlivened by the portrayal of certain typical characters of the post-bellum South.
Consequently the present city is a product of the post-bellum development of Georgia.
The post-bellum story of this journalizing private of the 6th Wisconsin Battery does not belong in this book.
Thus the post-bellum ethical paradox of the South is far more puzzling than the economic paradox.
I have so far treated the post-bellum aspect of sex morality entirely from the position of the man.