Disciplining and Punishing in Edgar Allan Poe`s ÒThe System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether": the Southern Origins and Implications of PoeBy Eve Dunbar6
Doing as Little as the Law Requires: African Americans, the Federal Government, and School Desegregation in Baytown, TexasBy Chris Danielson16
Uplift, Violence, and Service: The Experience of Black Women Teachers in the South During ReconstructionBy Jim Downs29
"Count Her InÓ: Enez Stafford Grubb in the Building and Rebuilding of 1960s Cambridge, MarylandBy Solomon Iyobosa Omo-Osagie, II40
ANDREW Long Gray Lines: The Southern Military School Tradition, 819Ñ1915,By Doug Paul50
BERLAND, GILLIAM, & LOCKRIDGE, ED., The Commonplace Book of William Byrd II of WestoverBy Kenneth A. Shelton51
BINGHAM & UNDERWOOD, EDs., The Southern Agrarians and the New Deal: Essays After I'll Take My StandBy Brandon Bittner53
BLEVINS, Hill Folks: A History of Arkansas Ozarkers and Their Image, By Shane Butterfield55
CARNEY, Black Rice: The African Origins of Rice Cultivation in the Americas, By Linda M. Rupert57
CLARK, Railroads in the Civil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat, By Mark A. Smith59
COTTON, ED., From the Pen of a She-Rebel The Civil War Diary of Emilie Riley McKinley, By Robert Marlin61
CRAWFORD, Ashe County's Civil War: Comunity and Society in the Appalachian South, By Jane Alice Hogan62
DAVIS, The Union That Shaped the Confederacy: Robert Toombs and Alexander H Stephens, By Brian D. McKnight64
DEW, Apostles of Disunion: Southern Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the Civil War, By R. Volney Riser65
EAGLES, Outside Agitator: Jon Daniels and the Civil Rights Movernent in Alabama,By Simon Wendt66
FERGUSON, On to Atlanta: The Civil War Diaries of John Hill Ferguson, Illinois Tenth Regiment of VolunteersBy Lori R. Fulton68
FINGER, Tennessee Frontiers: Three Regions in TransitionBy Mark R. Cheatem70
FROST, Thinking Confederates: Academia and the Idea of`Progress in the New South,By Justin Poche71
GALLAGHER, Lee & His Arrny in Confederate HistoryBy Christian McWhirter75
GOODSON, Highbrours, Hillbillies, and Hellfire: Public Entertainment in Atlanta, 1880-1930,By Melissa Ooten75
GORDON, Florida's Colonial Architectural HeritageBy Dave Nelson77
GRAMM, Sornebody's Darling: Essays on the Civil WarBy David Corlett78
GREENBAUM, More Than Black: AfroÑCubans in TampaBy Uta Kresse Raina80
HANKINS, Uneasy in Babylon: Southern Baptist Conservatives and American Culture,By Mark Wilson81
MEEK & HATTAWAY, Gettysburg to Vicksburgá The Five Original Civil War Battlefield Parks,By Janet L. Bucldew83
HETTLE, The Peculiar Democracy: Southern Democrats in Peace and Civil War,By Stacy K. McGoldrick84
INGALLS & PEREZ, Tampa Cigar WorkersBy Stephen I. Schwab85
INSCOE & KENZER, Enemies of the Country: New Perspectives on Unionists in the Civil War South,By Kenneth Whiyne Howell87
KRAWCZYNSKI, William Henry Drayton: South Carolina Revolutionary Patriot, By Kristalyn Shefyeland88
MACAULAY, Unitariansim in the Antebellum South: The Other Invisible Institution, By Karen Fisher Younger90
McCLUSKEY & SMITH, EDs., Mary McLeod Bethune: Building a Better WorldBy Anne Haw Holt91
MILLER, Crime, Sexual Wholeness, and Clemency: Florida's Pardon Board and Penal System in the Progressive EraBy Jennifer Lawrence Janoisky93
PAINTER, Southern History Across the Color LineBy Edward Blum95
PERDUE & GREENE, The Columbia Guide to Ameriean Indians of the Southeast,By Solomon K. Smith96
PROCTOR, Bathed in Blood Hunting and Mastery in the Old SouthBy T Robert Hart98
REAVIS, If Write Kids Die: Iliemories of a Civil Rights Movement Volunteer,By Michael Beltz99
ROSENGART & ROSENGARTEN, EDs., A Portion of the People: Three Hundred Wars of Southern Jewish Life, By Neal M. Hughes100
WALDREP & NIEMAN, EDs., Local Matters: Race, Crime, and Justice in the Nineteenth-Century SouthBy Jeremy Boggs102
WILLS, The War Hits Home: The Civil War in Southeastern VirginiaBy Brain Craig Miller103
ABRAMS, Selling the Old-Time Religion: American Fundamentalists and Mass Culture, I920-1910By Matthew A. Sutton105
GOEBEL, A Government By the People: Direct Democracy in America, 1890Ñ1940,By Nathan Kozuskanich107
HARRISON, ED., Best Companions: Letters of EIza Middleton Fisher and Her Mother, Mary Hering Middleton, from Charleston, Philadelphia, and Newport, 1839-1846,By Angela Murphy108
HESS, Presidential Decisions for War: Korea, Vietnam, and the Persion GulfBy William R McEvoy110
HINE & McLEOD, EDs., Crossing Boundaries: Comparative History of Black People in Diaspora,By Champa Patel111
HUMPHREYS, Malaria: Poverty, Race, and Public Health in the United States,By Jim Downs, Jr.113
JENKINS & HINE, EDs., A Question of Manhood: A Reader in US. Black Men's History and Masculinity, By Kelly D. Selby115
KELLER, Fictions of US. History: A Theory and Four Illustrations, By Josip Mocnik118
KNOTT, Alexander Hamilton The Persistence of Myth, By Stephen I. Schwab119
SATZ, Ameriran Indian Policy in the Jacksonian Era, By Christopher R. Versen122
TISDALE, Natalie Delage Sumter: A Lady of the High Hills, By Rebecca Tolley-Stokes123
TRIPLET, In the Phillipines and Okinawa: A Memoir I945ÑI948,By Robert M. Hendershot126
VON-MASZEWISKI, TRANS. & ED., Voyage to North America, 1844-45: Prince Carl of Solms's Texas Diary of People, Plaees, and Events, By Melanie Gilpin127