The First Martyrs: The Sixth Massachusetts and the Baltimore Riot of 1861 .By Stephen M. Klugewicz5
The Neighborhood Organization Workers of Mobile, Alabama: Black Power Politics and Local Civil Rights Activism in the Deep South. By Nahfiza Ahmed25
Sectarianism, Sectionalism, and Immigration: The Lutheran Church on the Eve of the Civil WarBy David Schroeder and Peter Burfind41
AIKEN, The Cotton Plantation South Since the Civil Warby Scott Marler55
ALLARDICE, More Generals in Grayby Wade G. Dudley57
BRIGGS, ed., Soldier and Scholar: Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve and the Civil Warby Carey Roberts58
BUKER, Swamp Sailors and the Second Seminole Warby Mike Mansfield59
CASHIN, ed., Our Common Affairs: Texts from Women in the Old Southby Kristen Streater61
DENHAM, A Rogue's Paradise: Crime and Punishment in Antebellum Florida, 1821-1861,by Matthew W Smith62
DUNAWAY, The First American Frontier: Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia 1700-1860by Nathan R. Kozuskanich63
EDWARDS, Gendered Strife and Confusion: The Political Culture of Reconstruction,by Amy Murrell65
ESKEW But for Birmingham: The Local and National Movements in the Civil Rights Struggle,by Wes Borucki66
FELDMAN, From Demagogue to Dixiecrat: Horace Wilkinson and the Politics of Race,by Chris Waldrip68
FREEMAN, Carved in Stone: The History of Stone Mountainby Angela K. O'Neal69
FREY and WOOD, Come Shouting to Zionby Donald Sockol70
GREENBERG, Honor and Slaveryby Adam L. Tate72
HAWKINS, WiII Campbell: Radical Prophet of the Southby Michael Fuquay73
HEYRMAN, Southern Cross: The Beginnings of the Bible Belt by Glenn Robins75
HOLLANDSWORTH, The Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience During the Civil War by Brian D. McKnight77
KING, Stolen Childhood Slave Youth in Nineteenth-Century Americaby Izumi Ishii78
LEIDHOLDT Standing Before the Shouting Mob: Lenoir Chambers and Virginias Massive Resistance to Public-School Integrationby Anthony R. Maravillas79
LITWACK, Trouble in Mind: Black Southerners in the Age of Jim Crow by Stephen Petrus80
MCPHERSON and COOPER, eds., Writing the Civil War: The Quest to Understandby Mark A. Smith83
MORGAN, Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry,by Bob Edwards84
OWEN, The Sacred Flame of Love: Methodism and Society in Nineteenth-Century Georgia,by Charles A. Israel86
ROPER, ed., C Vann Woodward: A Southern Historian and His Criticsby Brett Rogers88
ROZBICKI, The Complete Colonial Gentlemanby Ramon Cornejo Veloso89
SCHWALM, A Hard Fight for We: Transition to Slavery and Freedom in South Carolina,by Marc. R. Sykes90
SIDBURY, Ploughshares Into Swords: Race, Rebellion, and Identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810,by Diane Barnes92
SIMON, A Fabric of Defeat: The Politics of South Carolina Millhands, 1910-1948,by Stephen A. Brown94
SMITH and APPLETON, eds., A Mythic Land Apart: Reassessing Southerners and Their Historyby Gary Sprayberry95
SPINNEY World War II in Nashville: Transformation of the Homefrontby Mary Kathryn Barbier97
STARTUP The Root of All Evil: The Protestant Clergy and the Economic Mind of the Old South,by Chris Beckham99
STEVENSON, Life in Black and White: Family and Community in the Slave South,by David Hacker100
STEWART "What Nature Suffers to Groe: Life, Labor; and Landscape on the Georgia Coast; 1680-1920by Brian Bonhomme102
TRACK In the Master's Eye: Representations of Women, Blacles, and Poor Whites in Antebellum Southern Literatureby Jennifer Gross103
WEINER, Mistresses and Slaves: Plantation Women in South Carolina, 1830-1880,by Susan Wyly-Jones105
WOODWORTH, Six Armies in Tennessee: The Chichamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns,by Stuart Rice107
YOUNG, Senator James Murray Mason: Defender of the Old South, by Jonathan M. Berkey108
ZUCZEK, State of Rebellion: Reconstruction in South Carolinaby Thomas Adams Upchurch109
APEL and APEL,MASH: An Army Surgeon in Koreaby Janet G. Valentine110
BEIDLER, The Good War's Greatest Hits: World War II and American Remembering, and CHAPPELL, Before the Bomb: How America Approached the End of the Pacfic Warby Paul D. Gelpi, Jr112
BETHELL, ed., The Cambridge History of Latin America, Vol. XI, Bibliographical Essaysby Thomas S. Jennings114
CAYTON and TEUTE, eds., Contact Points: American Frontiers from the Mohawk Valley to the Mississippiby Augustine Nigro115
HOBSON, GWILLIAM, PERUE, and SMITH, eds. The Papers of John Marshall Vol. IX,by Fran Baer117
MARTEN, The Children's Civil Warby Rebecca C. McIntyre118
MCMAHON, What Parish Are You From? by Kevin E. Schmiesing119
MELONIO, Tocqueville and the Frenchby Ryan McCrory121
PEARSON and HOFFMAN, The Last Voyage of El Nuevo Constanteby Thomas Mark Shelby122
PERDUE, Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835by Mary Block123
PHILLIPS, Freedoms Port: The African-American Community of Baltimore, 1790-1860,by Sean Condon125
PRUDEN, Conditional Partners: Eisenhower; the United Nations, and the Search For a Permanent Peaceby Matthew Loayza127
ROBERTSON, Soldiers Blue and Grayby Patrick M. Kreiser128
SHULER, Had I the Wings: The Friendship of Bachman and Audubonby Sean R. Busick129
TAP, Over Lincoln's Shoulder: The Committee on the Conduct of theWarby Derek W Frisby130
Article Index, Volumes I-XIX133