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Volume LXXX, 2014 

FEBRUARY, Number 1

Border Men: Truman, Eisenhower, Johnson, and Civil Rights
By David Goldfield

Music, Musical Theater, and the Imagined South in Interwar Britain
By Brian Ward

The Electric Home and Farm Authority, "Model T Appliances," and the Modernization of the Home Kitchen in the South
By Michelle Mock

"First-Class" Citizenship Education in the Mississippi Delta, 1961–1965
By Deanna M. Gillespie

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MAY, Number 2

Centers of Creation: John Perkins Barratt's Biogeographical Theory of Racial Origins
By Lester D. Stephens

The South's "New Negroes" and African American Visions of Progress at the Atlanta and Nashville International Expositions, 1895–1897
By Nathan Cardon

Eugene Genovese's Old South: A Review Essay
By J. William Harris

Southern History in Periodicals, 2013: A Selected Bibliography

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

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AUGUST, Number 3

Law, Geography, and Mobility: Suing for Freedom in Antebellum St. Louis
By Kelly Marie Kennington

Imperial Illusions: The New South's Campaign for Cotton Cloth Exports
By Annette Cox

West Virginia Mountaineers and Kentucky Frontiersmen: Race, Manliness, and the Rhetoric of Liberalism in the Early 1960s
By Ian C. Hartman

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NOVEMBER, Number 4

Interracialism and Revolution on the Southern Frontier: Pensacola in the Civil War
By Matthew J. Clavin

Black Women's Politics, Narratives of Sexual Immorality, and Pension Bureaucracy in Mary Lee's North Carolina Neighborhood
By Brandi C. Brimmer

A Voluntary War: The Spanish-American War, White Southern Manhood, and the Struggle to Recruit Volunteers in the South
By David C. Turpie

Hurricane Betsy and the Politics of Disaster in New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward, 1965–1967
By Andy Horowitz

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