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Volume LXXIX, 2013

 

FEBRUARY, Number 1 

The South as "Other," the Southerner as "Stranger"
By Orville Vernon Burton

Florida Slaves, the "Saltwater Railroad" to the Bahamas, and Anglo-American Diplomacy
By Irvin D. S. Winsboro and Joe Knetsch

Infected Rails: Yellow Fever and Southern Railroads
By R. Scott Huffard Jr.

The "Negro Park" Question: Land, Labor, and Leisure in Pitt County, North Carolina, 1920-1930
By Andrew W. Kahrl

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MAY, Number 2

Free Black Residency in Two Antebellum Virginia Counties: How the Laws Functioned
By Ellen Eslinger

The Confederacy as a Moment of Possibility
By Michael T. Bernath

From Bayou Teche to Fifth Avenue: Crafting a New Market for Chitimacha Indian Baskets
By Daniel H. Usner Jr.

Southern History in Periodicals, 2012: A Selected Bibliography

Annual Report of the Secretary-Treasurer
By John C. Inscoe

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AUGUST, Number 3

The Origins of Jeffersonian Nationalism: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and the Sovereignty Question in the Anglo-American Commercial Dispute of the 1780s
By Michael Schwarz

Hidden in Plain Sight: Centering the Domestic Slave Trade in American Public History
By Stephanie E. Yuhl

SNCC Women, Denim, and the Politics of Dress
By Tanisha C. Ford

North Carolina Justice on Display: Governor Bob Scott and the 1968 Benson Affair
By Crystal R. Sanders

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NOVEMBER, Number 4

A Vagabond's Tale: Poor Whites, Herrenvolk Democracy, and the Value of Whiteness in the Late Antebellum South
By David Brown

Family Tragedy and FBI Triumph in the South: The 1938 Kidnapping and Murder of James Bailey "Skeegie" Cash Jr.
By Vivien M. L. Miller

The Battle over Power, Control, and Academic Freedom at Southern Institutions of Higher Education, 1955–1965
By Joy Ann Williamson-Lott

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