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The Influence of Francis Fauquier, William Small, and George Wythe on Thomas JeffersonBy Daniel Dean Roland5
Re-Evaluating Roeber: Change and Stability in Virginia Legal Culture, 1776-1810By J. Thomas Wren14
Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane and the Southern Campaign to New Orleans, 1814-1815By William Abbot Henderson24
The 1987 Kenneth R. Wesson Award
Nativism in the Old South: Know-Nothingism in Antebellum South CarolinaBy James Marchio39
Identifying the Antebellum Southern Poor White: A Preliminary Study of Sources and Methods.By Christopher S. Johnson54
Appomattox Court House Revisited.By Henry E. Mattox and Robert W. Mattox64
Bill Arp and the New South: The Misreading of a Homely Philosopher.By David B. Parker74
A Survey of Southern History.By James L. Hunt and John Morgan Dederer82
McCusker and Menard, Economy of British North America by Rebecca K. Starr93
Rutman and Rutman. A Plane in TimeBy Jack D. Warren94
Salmon, Women and the Law by Gail S. Terry95
Galenson, Traders, Plantars by Nicole Etcheson96
Kulikoff, Tobacco and Slaves by Lance A. Betros96
Breen, Tobacco Culture by Mary Jane Brazy97
Van Horne, Religious Philanthropyby Christopher Neil Fritsch98
Weir, American Freemenby Mark Thompson99
Cashin, Colonial Augustaby Mark A. Mastromarino100
Nash, Race, Classby Lauren L. Butler101
Ogden, American Housewife by Janet L. Coryell102
Searcy, Georgia-Floridaby Holly A. Mayer103
Hyneman and Lutz. Political Writingby Staff104
Higginbotham. George Washingtonby Staff104
Henri, Southern Indians, and Prucha, Indiansby Alexander Moore104
Coker and Watson. Indian Traderby Louis Smith105
Riley. Magazines. and Riley, Index, by Staff106
O'Brien and Moltke-Hansen. Intellectual Life, and O'Brien, Hugh Legareby Dale R. Prentiss107
Clark, American Family Homeby Daniel R. Campbell108
Greenberg, Masters and Statesmenby Mark S. Schantz109
Platt, City Buildingby William J. Conroy110
Amos, Cotton Cityby Mark D. Zimmerman111
Jones, Amistadby Harold E. Mahan112
Cooper, et al. , A Master's Dueby Alice E. Regan113
Wyatt-Brown, Yankee Saintsby C. David Dalton113
Taylor and Crandall, Generationsby Staff114
Abbot, Republican Partyby Anthony G. Carey114
Lancaster and Lancaster, Civil War Diary by Staff115
Wheeler, Sword Over Richmondby Robert Maberry, Jr115
Beringer, et al., Why the South Lostby Earl J. Hess116
Mohr, On the Thresholdby R.L. Reid117
Cornish and Laas, Lincoln `s Leeby Staff118
Ballard, A Long Shadowby Brooks D. Simpson118
Richardson, Christian Reconstructionby Susan Hamburger119
Janiewski, Sisterhood Deniedby Mary Ann F. Williamson119
Dyson, Farmers Organizationsby Staff120
Franklin, George Washington Williamsby Tully Hunter120
Sweeney, Women in Southern Literature, and Seidel, Southern Belleby Thomas Alan Holmes121
Kirby, Rural Worlds, and Thomason, Trying Timesby Lee R. McCarley122
Kneebone, Liberal Journalismby Tony Stanley Cook123
Morgan, Redneck Liberalby Paul R. Grass124
Blakey, Hard Times, and Olson, Dictionaryby D.F. Shapinsky125
Baker, Jesse Owensby John E. Borsos127
Grafton and Permaloff, Big Mules, and Sims, Little Man's Big Friendby Henry M. McKiven, Jr.128
Woodward, Thinking Back by Richard C. Smoot129
Bradford, Rememberingby Edward L. White, III130
Rowe, Floridaby Janet McAdams130
Monti, Sem blance of Justice, and Pride and Woodward, Burden of Busingby Bruce J. Schulman131
Hill, Celtic Warfareby Brian S. Wills133
Sugden, Tecumsehby William A. Sherrard134
Beede, Interventionby Graeme J.L. Hall134
Haywood, Trails Southby Daniel Liestman135
Higham and Mrozek, A Guideby Marlin G. Kime136
Klein, Jay Gouldby Dale R. Steinhauer137
Clayton, Grace by William Bishel138
Smythe, Pershingby Edward N. Lutz138
Paret, et al., Modern Strategyby Richard F. Kehrberg139
Schaffer, Wings of Judgmentby Richard R. Muller140
Friedlander, et al., Women in Cultureby Pamela Tyler141
Cimprich, Slavery 's Endby Thomas W. Richey142
Harter, Lost Colonyby W. Michael Weis143