The Journal of Southern History (Full Run, Four Isssues 1996)

By: Boles, John B. (Managing editor)

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Four nice clean copies of this quarterly magazine, comprising a full year's run. Issues include February, May, August and November; Volume LXII, Numbers 1-4. All are clean as a whistle inside and out with just very light edgewear to volume 4. Articles includeTaverns and Tavern Culture on the Southern Colonial Frontier; Thomas Settle Jr., Reconstruction, and the Memory of the Civil War; W.E.B. Du Bois and the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot; the Modern "New" South in a Postmodern Academy; Hospitality, Sociability and Gender in the Southern Colonies; Slaveholding Operatives of the Benevolent Empire (Bible, Tract & Sunday School societies in antebellum Tuscaloosa, Alabama); Labor Management on an Early 18th Century Chesapeake Plantation; The Ideology and Influence of Journalist Robert McKee 1869-1896; Mexicans, Mechanizations and the Growth of Corproate Cotton Culture in south Texas, The Taft Ranch 1900-1930; George Wallace and the Transformation of American Politics; the North Carolina Naval Stores Industry 1835-1860; The Appeal of Cole Blease of South Carolina' the Success of the Mime, Mill and Smelter Workers Untion in Birmingham 1934-38.

Title: The Journal of Southern History (Full Run, Four Isssues 1996)

Author Name: Boles, John B. (Managing editor)

Categories: European History,

Publisher: Southern Historical Association: 1996

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Wraps, Near Fine

Seller ID: 16067

Keywords: Thomas Settle Jr.. The Atlanta Race Riot of 1906. Robert McKee. The Taft Ranch. George Wallace. Cole Blease.