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The American tragedy of slavery and the Civil War provides the backdrop for the exemplary spirituality of Atticus Haygood (1839-1896). The son of a Georgia slaveholder, Haygood served as a chaplain in the Confederate army. At the War's end, he returned to Atlanta to suffer poverty and humiliation under the martial law of conquerors. His spirituality developed as a positive response to the chaos of Reconstruction. Following a mid-life transformation, he earned a national reputation as adoi:10.3390/rel3020357 fatcat:h3etiwmilzferll63sbosou66a