Alfred L. Brophy's Links

The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921:

Recent Talks:

Representative Publications:

Let Us Go Back And Stand Upon the Constitution: Federal-State Relations inDred Scott v. Sandford, 90 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW192-225 (January 1990).

"For the Preservation of the King's Peace and Justice": Community and English Law in Sussex County, Pennsylvania, 1682-1696,40 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY167-212 (April 1996).

 

Other Sites

Administrative Law:

Department of Justice: Antitrust Case Filings

Freedom of Information Act Requests

Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations

National Park Service: Comments on the Old Spanish Trail

NHTSA's Interpretation Files Search

United States Department of Agriculture AMS.  National Organic Program

United States Food and Drug Administration.  Current FDA Guidance Documents.

United States Supreme Court Database

 

Law and Legal History:

The Amistad

Constitutional Classics

Early American Fiction (Electronic Text)

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.

The German-American Tradition: Its History and Literature

Graduate Program in the History of American Civilization, Harvard University

Harriet Beecher Stowe Bibliography

Harvard's Online Catalog (Hollis)

History Resources

Library of Congress: "A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation": Congressional Testimony

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Modern English Text (Electronic Text)

National Archives Pictures

New York Public Library Images

Oklahoma Indian Legal Services Professor Palmer's American Legal History Documents

Professor Palmer's English Legal History Materials

Ralph Ellison Webliography

Slave Cases in Alabama

Southern History Documents

Survey of American Literature

TomPaine.common sense, A Journal of Opinion

1921 Tulsa Race Riot Commission

University of Pennsylvania Library

Web Lectures on Legal Research

 

Legal Historians:

Mary Sarah Bilder

Sally Hadden

Daniel Hulsebosch

Eben Moglen

Polly Price

Thomas Russell

My next projects are on reparations and riots.  I'm starting studies of the East St. Louis riot of 1917and the riot that chased Alfred Raiford Blount out of the Louisiana Legislature.

blount.jpg (20339 bytes) Alfred Raiford Blount

 

Antebellum Publications: