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Conversation; William W. FreehlingChristian McWhirter7
IÕll Live and Die for Dixie: The Rhetoric of the Southern ManifestoRobet Tice Lalka32
ÒOf Some Importance, but Uneven and LimitedÓ: External Support for Local Civil Rights Action in Tennessee's Haywood and Fayette Counties, 1959-1963Richard L. Saunders55
Modern Statehouses for Modern States: Edward Durell Stone's Capitol Architecture in North Carolina and FloridaDerek R. Everett74
COBB, Away Down South: A History of Southern IdentityMatthew L. Downs92
BAPTIST and CAMP, New Studies in the History of American Slavery,Sowande Mustakeem93
MCCASH, ]ekyll Island 2 Early Years: From Prehistory through Reconstruction,Deborah L. Bauer95
MILANICH, Laboring in the Fields ofthe Lord: Spanish Missions and Southeastern IndiansDeborah L. Bauer
PIKER, Okfuskee: A Creek Indian Town in Colonial AmericaDonna L. Cox98
ROUNTREE, Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanough: Three Indian Lives Changed by JamestownMichael I. Hoekstra99
ROHRER, Hopes Promise: Religion and Acculturation in the Southern BackcountryStephen W. Eldridge101
FOWLER, Dining at MonticelloBrooke Westcott102
SOHN, Appalachian Home Cooking: History Culture, and Recipes,Charles P. Clark, Jr103
HOLMES, The Faiths of the Founding FathersCharity Wait Rakestraw104
VERKRUYSE, Prophet, Pastor; and Patriarch: The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander CampbellStephen W. Eldridge106
MEER, Uncle Tom Mania: Slavery, Minstrelcy, and Transatlantic Culture in the 1850sChristian McWhirter107
FOLLETT, The Sugar Masters: Planters and Slaves in LouisianaÕs Cane World, 1820-1860Matthew A. Byron109
COX, Traveling South: Travel Narratives and the Construction of American IdentityJames Nicholson110
CARTER, Southern Single Blessedness: Unmarried Women in the Urban South, 1800-1865Heather Duerre Humarm111
MCWHINEY, The Civil War: A Concise Account by a Noted Southern Historian,Scott Tarnowieckyi113
AYERS, GALLAGHER, and TORGET, Crucible ofthe Civil War: Virginia from Secession to CommemorationKeith Harris114
SANDERS, IR., While in the Hands ofthe Enemy: Military Prisoners of the Civil WarWilliam E. Hardy115
CIMPRICH, Fort Pillow; a Civil War Massacre, and Public Memory,M. Keith Harris117
CLINTON and SILBER, Battle Scars: Gender and Sexuality in the American Civil WarDavid Silkenat118
BRADLEY and DAHLEN, From Conciliation to Conquest: The Sack of Athens and the Court-Martial of Colonel John B. TurchinJoseph W. Danielson119
HAIN, A Confederate Chronicle: The LyÔe of a Civil War Survivor,Peter Luebke120
URWIN, Black Flag over Dixie: Racial Atrocities and Reprisals in the Civil WanPatrick Hampton121
WETHERINGTON, Plain Folks Fight: The Civil War and Reconstruction in Piney Woods GeorgiaWilliam A. Morgan123
LEVINE, Confederate Emancipation: Southern Plans to Free and Arm Slaves During the Civil WarJennifer M. Murray125
HOGUE, Uncivil War: Five New Orleans Street Battles and the Rise and Fall of Radical ReconstructionJacob F. Lee127
CHAPPELL, A Stone of Hope: Prophetic Religion and the Death of lim Crow,Guy Lancaster128
ARSENAULT, Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Iustice,J.E. Branscombe129
ESTES, ÒI Am a Man!Õ? Race, Manhood, and the Civil Rights Movement,David Kenneth Pye131
LEUCHTENBURG, The White House Looks South: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. JohnsonMatt Edmonds132
LEWIS, The White South and the Red Menace: Segregationists, Anticommunism, and Massive Resistance, 1945-1965Becky L. Bruce133
PEACOCK, The American South in a Global World,Madison Black Humann135
CREECH, Righteous Indignation: Religion and the Populist Revolution,Steven Corhern138
WEDDLE, Lincoln? Tragic Admiral: The Life of Samuel Francis DuPont,John C. Mitcham139
WILLIAMS-FORSON, Building Houses Out of Chicken Legs: Black Women, Food, and PowerAngela Jill Cooley140
CANTOR, The Life and Times of a Rock 'nÕ Roll DeejayDrew Taulsen142
IACKSON and PELKEY, Music and History: Bridging the Disciplines,Tyler J. Williams144
RAYMOND, From My Cold, Dead Hands: Charlton Heston and AmericanPatrick Hampton145