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Volume LXXVII, 2011

 FEBRUARY, Number 1 

The Critical Signpost on the Journey Toward Secession
By William J. Cooper Jr.

Rebellious Talk and Conspiratorial Plots: The Making of a Slave Insurrection in Civil War Natchez
By Justin Behrend

Klan Skepticism and Denial in Reconstruction-Era Public Discourse
By Elaine Frantz Parsons

War over a Shrine of Peace: The Appomattox Peace Monument and Retreat from Reconciliation
By Caroline E. Janney

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MAY, Number 2 

Jefferson's "Cannibals" Revisited: A Closer Look at His Notorious Phrase
By Arthur Scherr

Slavery and American Sea Power: The Navalist Impulse in the Antebellum South
By Matthew J. Karp

Francis Lieber, Slavery, and the "Genesis" of the Laws of War
By Matthew J. Mancini

Southern History in Periodicals, 2010: A Selected Bibliography

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

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AUGUST, Number 3

Pets, Status, and Slavery in the Late-Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake
By Sarah Hand Meacham

The New Woman, Social Science, and the Harlem Renaissance: Ophelia Settle Egypt as Black Professional
By Louise L. Stevenson

African Americans, Labor Unions, and the Struggle for Fair Employment in the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry of Texas, 1941-1945
By Joseph Abel

From Caste to Color Blindness: James J. Kilpatrick's Segregationist Semantics
By William P. Hustwit

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NOVEMBER, Number 4

"Scalawags," Southern Honor, and the Lost Cause: Explaining the Fatal Encounter of James H. Cosgrove and Edward L. Pierson
By Adam Fairclough

The Role of Elite Leadership in the Southern Defense of Segregation, 1954-1964
By Sarah H. Brown

From Tobacco Patch to Pitcher's Mound: Gaylord Perry, the Spitter, and Farm Life in Eastern North Carolina
By David Vaught

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