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Volume LXXXII, 2016
August, Number 3 

"Deaf & Dumb, Blind, Insane, or Idiotic": The Census, Slaves, and Disability in the Late Antebellum South
By Jeff Forret

The "Little Brown Brother" in the Jim Crow South: Race, Sex, and Empire in State of Georgia v. Fortunatio Annunciatio (1932)
By Stephanie Hinnershitz

The Power to Destroy: Discriminatory Property Assessments and the Struggle for Tax Justice in Mississippi
By Andrew W. Kahrl

The Citizens' Council and Africa: White Supremacy in Global Perspective
By Stephanie R. Rolph

Book Reviews

Historical News and Notices


Upcoming Issue

Volume LXXXII, 2016
November, Number 4

The Lizardi Brothers: A Mexican Family Business and the Expansion of New Orleans, 1825–1846
By Linda K. Salvucci and Richard J. Salvucci

The Old South Confronts the Dilemma of David Livingstone
By Daniel Kilbride

Conservatives in the Everglades: Sun Belt Environmentalism and the Creation of Everglades National Park
By Chris Wilhelm

Green Civic Republicanism and Environmental Action against Surface Mining in Lincoln County, West Virginia, 1974–1990
By Jinny A. Turman

Book Reviews 

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JSH bibliography, 1935–2009 

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