Sitting in Darkness:  New South Fiction, Education,

And the Rise of Jim Crow Colonialism, 1865-1920

by Peter Schmidt

See Below for Complete Notes and Bibliography

Supplementing the print edition

 

 

All notes correspond to the numbering of the printed edition of Sitting in Darkness.  They contain all the text in the printed edition plus additional citations and analysis relevant to the overall argument.  For references mentioned in these notes, see the online complete bibliography for Sitting in Darkness, which contains complete bibliographical information on the additional citations as well as those listed in the printed text. 

–Peter Schmidt

 

Full Notes for the Introduction

 

Part I

Full Notes for Chapter 1 (Child, Griest, Woolson)

Full Notes for Chapter 2 (Tourgée)

Full Notes for Chapter 3 (Harper)

Full Notes for Chapter 4 (Griggs)

Full Notes for Chapter 5 (McClellan)

 

Part II

Full Notes for Chapter 6 (Ghosts of Reconstruction)

Full Notes for Chapter 7 (Ingraham and Holley)

Full Notes for Chapter 8 (Twain and Tolentino)

Full Notes for Chapter 9 (Wister and Dixon)

 

Part III

Full Notes for Chapter 10 (Walter Hines Page)

Full Notes for Chapter 11 (Du Bois)

Full Notes for Chapter 12 (Cable)

 

Complete Bibliography for Sitting in Darkness (supplements the Bibliography in the print edition and includes references cited only in the online Notes.)