From the Editor's Desk5
BETHABARA, Beacon in the Wilderness: Establishing the First Moravian Settlement in Colonial North Carolina, 1752-1759Steve Eldridge7
On That Day You Consummated the Full Measure of Your Fame: Remembering the Battle of the Crater, 1864-1903Kevin M. Levin18
Women, Work, and War: Runaway Slave Women in Savannah, 1763-1790Elizabeth Demers40
"Intemperate in Speech" The Politics of Religion in Baltimore City: The1928 ElectionShannon L. parsley51
BALLARD & HUDSON, ED., Listen Here: Women Writing in AppalachiaRobert H. Ferguson67
BLIGHT, Race and ReunionR. Volney Riser68
CASHIN & ASKEW, Paternalism in a Southern City: Race, Religion, and Gender in Augusta, GeorgiaKelly Baker70
CLARK & ARSENAULT, ED., Neither Lady Nor Slave: Working Women of the Old SouthNikki L. Berg74
DALY, When Slavery Was Called Freedom, Evangelicalism, Proslavery, and the Causes of the Civil WarWill Hurstwit73
DELFINO & GILLSEPIE, ED., Neither lady Nor Slave: Working Women of the Old SouthNikki L. Berg74
DUNAWAY, The African- American Family in Slavery and EmancipationTory M. Rutledge76
FONER, Who Owns History: Rethinking the Past in a Changing WorldVincent Lowery79
FOSTER, Moral Reconstruction: Christian Lobbyists and the Federal Legislation of Morality, 1865-1920Brendan J. Buttimer80
FRASER, JR., Savannah in the Old SouthBrendan J. Buttimer82
FRY, Dixie Looks Abroad: The South and U.S. Foreign Relations, 1789-1793Stephen McCullough83
GOLDFIELD, Still Fighting the Civil War: The American South and Southern HistoryDouglas Paul85
GORDON, South Carolina and the American Revolution. A Battlefield History,Jonathon hooks87
HAMILTON, The making and Unmaking of a Revolutionary Family: The Tuckers of Virginia, 1750-1830Brian Odom88
HICKEY, Hope and Danger in the New South City: Working- class Women and Urban Development in Atlanta, 1890-1940Brian D. Behnken89
IVY, No Saloon in the Valley: The Southern Strategy of Texas Prohibition in the 1880sDaniel Hutchinson91
JONES, The Southern Movie Palace: Rise, Fall, and ResurrectionMichelle Lansdown93
KOTLOWSKI, Nixon's Civil Rights: Politics, Principle, and PolicyAaron L. Haberman95
KUZENSKI, MORELAND & STEED, ED., Eye of the Storm: The South and Congress in an Era of ChangeD. Steven Cronin97
MCPHERSON, Antietam: Crossroads of Freedom: The Battle the Changed the Course of the Civil WarCharles P. Clark, Jr.98
MATTERN & SHULMAN, ED., The Selected Letters of Dolley Payne MadisonKara Smith99
MUHLENFIELD, ED., Two Novels by Mary ChesnutBebe Barefoot101
O'Leary, From Morning to Night: Domestic Service in Maymont House and the Gilded Age SouthStephen I. Schwab102
PARENT, Foul Means: The Formation of a Slave Society in Virginia, 1660-1740Louis Valiquette104
PERDUE, "Mixed Blood" Indians: Racial Construction in the Early SouthNathan Kozuskanich106
RILEY, Schools Behind Barbed Wire: The Untold Story of Wartime Internment and the Children of Arrested Enemy AliensDaniel Hutchinson107
ROSS, Justice of Shattered Dreams: Samuel Freeman Miller and the Supreme Court During the Civil War EraR. Volney Riser109
ROUNTREE & TURNER, Before and After Jamestown: Virginian's Powhatans and their PredecessorsRosemarie N. Stremlau110
SCHAFER, Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley: African Princess, Florida Slave, Plantation Slave ownerTimothy Buckner113
SCRIBNER, Renewing Birmingham: Federal Funding and the Promise of ChangeDewi Ball114
STILES, Jessie James: Last Rebel of the Civil WarChristian McWhirter116
TUCK, Beyond Atlanta: The Struggle for Racial Equality in GeorgiaMatthew Downs118
WEIS, Grasping at Independence: Debt, Male Authority, and Mineral Rights in Appalachian KentuckyBruce E. Stewart120
WHITE, The Archaeology and History of the Native Georgia TribesDewi Ball121
WILLIAMS,Lake MoonHeather Duerre Humann123
WYATT-BROWN, Hearts of Darkness: Wellsprings of a Southern Literary TraditionJeffery R. Darnell124
CORUM & JOHNSON, Airpower in Small Wars: Fighting Insurgents and TerroristsStephen I. Schwab126
MORROW, The Great War: Imperial HistoryWilliam McEvoy128