The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 97, July 1993 - April, 1994 Page: 12
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
These two former slaves sat for a portrait in Austin County some years after the
Civil War. They, like thousands of other African Americans in Texas and all
across the South, endured legal repression under the Black Codes passed during
Reconstruction. Courtesy Eugene C. Barker Texas Hislory Center, University of Texas at
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