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Volume LXXXI, 2015 

FEBRUARY, Number 1

Reexamining Southern Emancipation in Comparative Perspective
By Peter Kolchin

Gendered Mobility and the Geography of Respectability in Charleston and New Orleans, 1790–1861
By Marise Bachand

Planners, Planters, and Slaves: Producing the State in Early National South Carolina
By Ryan A. Quintana

Cold War Conquistadors: The St. Augustine Quadricentennial, Pan-Americanism, and the Civil Rights Movement in the Ancient City
By Reiko Hillyer

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MAY, Number 2

Married in Slavery Time: Jumping the Broom in Atlantic Perspective
By Tyler D. Parry

Equality as Unintended Consequence: The Contracts Clause and the Married Women's Property Acts
By Woody Holton

Southern History in Periodicals, 2014: A Selected Bibliography

Annual Report of the Secretary-Treasurer
By Stephen Berry

Slavery and Capitalism: A Review Essay
By Matthew Pratt Guterl

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AUGUST, Number 3

Southern Baptists and Southern Men: Evangelical Perceptions of Manhood in Nineteenth-Century Georgia
By David T. Moon Jr.

Sharecroppers and Campesinos: The American South, Mexico, and the Transnational Politics of Land Reform in the Radical 1930s
By Tore C. Olsson

Fighting the Cold War at Southern Methodist University
By Adrienne Caughfield

Black Is Beautiful: An American History
By Stephanie M. H. Camp

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NOVEMBER, Number 4

Creeks, Federalists, and the Idea of Coexistence in the Early Republic
By Kevin Kokomoor

A Black Woman "in Orthority": Claiming Professional Status in Jim Crow Alabama
By Mary S. Hoffschwelle

The Dilemma over Moderates: School Desegregation in Alamance County, North Carolina
By Jim Bissett

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