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Volume LXXXIII, 2017
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

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Volume LXXXIII, 2017
November, Number 4

Elusive Justice in Baltimore: The Conviction of a White Policeman for Killing a Black Man in 1875
By Gordon H. Shufelt

Defending Black Suffrage: Poll Taxes, Preachers, and Anti-Prohibition in Texas, 1887–1916
By Brendan J. Payne

Oil on the Farm: The East Texas Oil Boom and the Origins of an Energy Economy
By Wallace Scot McFarlane

When Kia Came to Georgia: Southern Transplants and the Growth of America's "Other" Automakers
By Timothy J. Minchin

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JSH bibliography, 1935–2009 

Volume LXXXIII, 2017

Volume LXXXII, 2016      

Volume LXXXI, 2015

Volume LXXX, 2014            

Volume LXXIX, 2013

Volume LXXVIII, 2012      

Volume LXXVII, 2011

Volume LXXVI, 2010

Volume LXXV, 2009

Volume LXXIV, 2008

Volume LXXIII, 2007 

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