From Centerpiece to Center Stage: Kelly Ingram Park, Segregation, and Civil Rights in Birmingham, Alabama. By Thomas H. Cox29
African-American Inclusion in the Fifth Naval District.By Paul C. Moulton45
Life and Times of a Rebel Girl: ]ane Speed and the Alabama Communist Party.By Catherine Fosl
Coach Paul Bryant and the Integration of the University of Alabama Football Team.By Brent Wellborn
ASHWORTH, Slavery Capitalism, and Politics in the Antebellum Republic,by Robert E. Wright81
BASS and DE VRIES, The Transformation of Southern Politics by Jason Battles82
BELKNAR Ferleral Law and Southern Order, by Glenn Feldman84
BLESER, ed., Tokens of Affection by Jennifier Harrison85
BRADLEY The Battle of Bentonvilleby Harry S. Laver86
BRIDGES, "Frankly My Dear?," by Leslee K. Gilbert87
BROWN, No Duty to Retreat by James D. Rice88
BYERMAN, Seizing the Worldby Eric R. Jackson89
CHAPPELL, Inside Agitatorsby Kari Frederickson93
CLARK and GUICE, The Old Southwest. 1795-1830, by John Mousty90
CORTNER, The Kingfish and the Constitution, by Raymond Blair94
FERRELL, ed., Holding the Line, by Eric Tscheschlolt95
GRIFFIN and DOYLE, eds., The South as an American Problem, by Janet G. Hudson96
HEIDER, ed., Images of the South, by Kristine M. McCusker97
HILL, One Name but Several Faces, by John Howard99
KING, Civil Right: and the Idea of Freedom, by Stephen Petrus101
KING, Stolen Childhood, by David Libby102
KIRBY, The Countercultural South, by Eric L. Rousey103
KLUNDER, Lewis Cass and the Politics of Moderationby David Schroeder105
MANCINI, One Dies, Get Another, by Timothy W. Dixon107
MARSHALL, Violence in the Black Patch of Kentucky and Tennessee by Natalie Ring108
MILANICH, Florida and the Invasion From Europe, by Robert W Faubel109
MORRIS, Southern Slavery and the Law 1619-1860, by Michael Ross110
NUTT, Toward Peacekeeping by Matthew Loayza111
PERMALOFF and GRAFTON, Political Power in Alabama, by Wes Borucki112
PUDUR ed. Appalachia in the Makingby Richard D. Starnes114
REID, Picturing Texas, by Erik Carlson115
ROBBINS, Sidelines Activist by Hugo Isom116
SIMPSON, The Fable of the Southern Writer, by Paul Murphy118
STEGMAIER, Texas, New Mexieo, and the Compromise of 1850, by Phillip Papas120
STRAHAN, Andrew Jackson Higgins and the Boats That Won World War II by Janet G. Valentine122
TYLER, Silk Stockings & Ballot Boxesby Randal L. Hall123
WASELKOV and BRAUND, eds., William Bartram on the Southeastern Indians,by Greg O?Bricn124
WHITES, The Civil War as a Crisis in Gender; by Mary Block125
WILEY, The Road to Appomattox, by Bryant Sapp127
WOODWORTH, Davis and Lee at War by Paul D. Gelpi, ]r 128
AYERS, et al, All Over The Map, by Christina Rabe Seger129
BLACK, Casting Her Own Shadow, by Pamela Mills131
BRAUND, Deerskins and Duffels, by Daniel E. Crowe131
BURTON, Indian Territory and the United States, 1866-1906 by Jenny Davis133
CASTEL, Winning and Losing in the Civil Warby Ethan S. Rafuse134
CHAFFIN, Fatal Glory, by Thomas S. Jennings136
COLLINS, The 56th EVAC Hospital, by Patrick E Callahan137
DREZ, ed., Voices of D-Day, by Wanda Ellen Wakefield138
EANNING, Peace and Disarmament, by Dean Eafoutis139
GALLAGHER, ed., The Third Day at Gettysburg and Beyond, by Thomas Grace141
GOODRICH, Black Flag by William E. Emerson142
GREENE, Negotiated Authorities, by Matthew Schuenbachler144
HARRIS, African-American Reaction to the War in Ethiopia, 1936-1941,by Barry M. Stentiford145
HORN, Adapting to a New World, by James Baird146
HUGHES, ed., The Quest for the Primitive Church and The Primitive Church in the Modern Whrldby Larry G. Gray148
KLEIN and ACKERMAN, eds., Women and Power in Native North America,by Izumi Ishii149
LEUCHTENBERG, The FDR Years, by Andrew E. Kersten150
LONGACRE, The Cavalry at Gettyshurg, by Michael R. Hanna151
LOWI, The End of the Republican Era, by Stephen M. Klugewiiz152
MORRISON, Go Cat Go! by Christopher J. Kreiser154
RHEA, The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6 1864, by Dean Eafioutis155
WILLIAMS, Rethinking Race, by Daniel A. Clark157