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Volume LXXXIII, 2017

February, Number 1 

The Southern Social Network
By Catherine Clinton

Mothers' Milk: Slavery, Wet-Nursing, and Black and White Women in the Antebellum South
By Emily West with R. J. Knight

The Irony of Confederate Diplomacy: Visions of Empire, the Monroe Doctrine, and the Quest for Nationhood
By Robert E. May

Mothers Against Jesse in Congress: Grassroots Maternalism and the Cultural Politics of the AIDS Crisis in North Carolina
By Robert Hunt Ferguson

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices

May, Number 2

Reframing the Fathers' Constitution: The Centralized State and Centrality of Slavery in the Confederate Constitutional Order
By Aaron R. Hall

Remembering Robert Charles: Violence and Memory in Jim Crow New Orleans
By K. Stephen Prince

Southern History in Periodicals, 2016: A Selected Bibliography

Annual Report of the Secretary-Treasurer
By Stephen Berry

Book Reviews

Book Notes

Historical News and Notices


August, Number 3 

The Mafia, La Raza, and the Spanish-Language Press Coverage of the 1891 Lynchings in New Orleans
By Sarah Fouts

Race and Class Friction in North Carolina Neighborhoods: How Campaigns for Residential Segregation Law Divided Middling and Elite Whites in Winston-Salem and North Carolina's Countryside, 1912–1915
By Elizabeth A. Herbin-Triant

Warriors for Lower Prices: The New Orleans Housewives' League and the Consumer Cooperative Movement, 1913–1921
By Anne M. Gessler

Luke Lea, the Legionnaires, and the Legacy of Two Wars: The Politics of Memory in the Mind of a Nashville Progressive, 1915–1945
By Robert Hunt

Book Reviews

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