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Volume LXXVIII, 2012

FEBRUARY, Number 1

The Legacy of Indian Removal
By Theda Perdue

"Holy Insurrection": Spinning the News of Gabriel's Conspiracy
By Michael L. Nicholls

Black Spiritual Defiance and the Politics of Slavery in Antebellum Louisville
By Bridget Ford

A Romantic Realist: George Nicholas Sanders and the Dilemmas of Southern International Engagement
By Yonatan Eyal

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MAY, Number 2

Hitching the New South to "White Coal": Water and Power, 1890-1933
By Christopher Manganiello

Tom Watson and Resistance to Federal War Policies in Georgia during World War I
By Zachary Smith

Neither Friends nor Peers: Idella Parker, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, and the Limits of Gender Solidarity at Cross Creek
By Rebecca Sharpless

Southern History in Periodicals, 2011: A Selected Bibliography

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

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AUGUST, Number 3

Work, Family, and the Eighteenth-Century History of a Middle Class in the American South
By Emma Hart

A Twice Sacred Circle: Women, Evangelicalism, and Honor in the Deep South, 1784-1860
By Robert Elder

The Free Black Experience in Antebellum Wilmington, North Carolina: Refining Generalizations about Race Relations
By Richard C. Rohrs

Looking the Thing in the Face: Slavery, Race, and the Commemorative Landscape in Charleston, South Carolina, 1865-2010
By Blain Roberts and Ethan J. Kytle

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NOVEMBER, Number 4

Silk Hopes in Colonial South Carolina
By Ben Marsh

Agricultural and Architectural Reform in the Antebellum South: Fruitland at Augusta, Georgia
By Philip Mills Herrington

The Boundaries of Democratic Reform: Social Justice Feminism and Race in the South, 1931-1939
By John Thomas McGuire

Little Rock as America: Hoyt Fuller, Europe, and the Little Rock Racial Crisis of 1957
By Michael O. West

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