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This microfilm collection contains the correspondence of the Reconstruction and Military Government in the South, 1867_1870: Office of the Civil Affairs, Part 2: Third Military District (Alabama, Florida, Georgia). These documents reveal the inner workings of post_Civil War efforts to foster greater democracy and rebuild state and local governments in the divided and war-torn former Confederate states. The files include letters, petitions, court proceedings and internal documents related to elections addressed primarily to Major General John Pope, Major General George Meade, Brigadier General Wager Swayne, Colonel James Meline, and Colonel E. Hulbert.

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