Author: Sarah Craddock

Who’s Who

Who’s Who—Who’s published in the Southern Historian Dr. Lesley Gordon Author of General George E. Pickett in Life and Legend (1998), This Terrible War: The Civil War and Its Aftermath (co-authored, 2014), A Broken Regiment: The 16th Connecticut’s Civil War (2014), Dr. Lesley J. Gordon is now the Charles G. Summersell Chair of Southern History at the University of Alabama. In her own words: “As a graduate student and freshly minted PhD, I published some of my very first book reviews in the Southern Historian. I was eager for opportunities to write, and the journal was an important venue for just that. Further, I valued the fact that it was graduate run, with both book reviews and articles authored by my contemporaries. Twenty years later, I look back fondly on the Southern Historian as an important milepost in my academic...

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Volume 37

Southern Historian Vol. XXXVII Spring 2016 Table of Contents Articles From the Editor’s Desk p. 6 A Conversation with Dr. Peter Kolchin, Rachel K. Deale, p. 7 Ardent Nullifier and Gradual Emancipator: The Paradox of Virginia Governor John Floyd, Lucas P. Kelley, p. 23 “Let them and their religion be”: The Defeat of the Georgia Know Nothing Party by Irish Immigrants and the Democratic Party, 1854-1856, Alfred E. Cook III, p. 46 “The Women Are the Devils!”: Winchester, Virginia and Women’s Narrative Authority in the Civil War, April 1861 – March 1862, Sarah Hainbach, p. 63 “She-Rebels” in the...

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