Southern History in Periodicals, 2002: A Selected Bibliography

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Southern History in Periodicals, 2002: A Selected Bibliography


THIS CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDES MOST SCHOLARLY ARTICLES IN the field of Southern history published in periodicals in 2002 except for descriptive or genealogical writings of primary interest to a restricted group of readers. If an article was published in a year other than 2002, the appropriate year is marked with a bracketed notation. Entries under each heading are arranged alphabetically by author; spelling, capitalization, and punctuation are retained from the original.

GENERAL AND UNCLASSIFIED

Building the Chesapeake Bay Bridge: A Silver Anniversary Salute. Md. Hist. Mag., v. 97, Summer, 192-201.

BOND, EDWARD L., JAN L. PERKOWSKI, and ALISON P. WEBER, eds. Father Gregorio Bolivar' s 1625 Report: A Vatican Source for the History of Early Virginia. Va. Mag. Hist. and Biog., v. 110, no. 1, pp. 69-86.

BUENGER, WALTER L. "The Story of Texas"? The Texas State History BUENGER, WALTER L. "The Story of Texas"? The Texas State History Museum and Forgetting and Remembering the Past. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 105, Jan., 480-93.

HAYNES, ROBERT V. Territorial Mississippi, 1798-1817. Jour. Miss. Hist., v. 64, Winter, 283-305.

HERRINGTON, MARY, comp. Directory of Local Historical and Genealogical Societies in Arkansas. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 61, Summer, 186-97.

LATIMER, FRANKLIN ALLEN. Arkansas Listings in the National Register of Historical Places. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 61, Summer, 198-203.

NARRETT, DAVID E. Jose Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara: Caudillo of the Mexican Republic in Texas. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 106, Oct., 194-228.

PENCAK, WILLIAM. The American Civil War Did Not Take Place: With Apologies to Baudrillard. Rethinking Hist., v. 6, Summer, 217-21.

REED, PAULA A STONER. L 'Hermitage: A French Plantation in Frederick County. Md. Hist. Mag., v. 97, Spring, 60-78.

RONDA, JAMES P. Counting Cats in Zanzibar, or, Lewis and Clark Reconsidered. West. Hist. Quar., v. 33, Spring, 4-18.

RUBIN, LOUIS D., JR. General Longstreet and Me: Refighting the Civil War [reflections on sou. identity]. Sou. Cult., v. 8, Spring, 21-46.

SCHNEIDER, EDGAR W., and MICHAEL B. MONTGOMERY. On the Trail of Early Nonstandard Grammar: An Electronic Corpus of Southern U.S. Antebellum Overseers' Letters. Am. Speech, v. 76, Winter [2001], 388-410.

WASELKOV, GREGORY A., ed. French Colonial Archaeology at Old Mobile: An Introduction [intro. to special issue, consisting of 13 arts.]. Hist. Archaeology, v. 36, no. 1, pp. 3-12.

WEDDLE, ROBERT S. Kingdoms Face to Face: French Mobile and Spanish Pensacola, 1699-1719. Ala. Rev., v. 55, April, 84-95.

AFRICAN AMERICAN

New Perspectives on the Transatlantic Slave Trade [special issue with preface, foreword, and 11 arts.]. William and Mary Quar., 3d ser., v. 58, Jan. [2001], 3-251.

ADAMS, LUTHER J. African American Migration to Louisville in the Mid-Twentieth Century. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 99, Autumn [2001], 363-84.

ALLEGRO, JAMES J. "Increasing and Strengthening the Country": Law, Politics, and the Antislavery Movement in Early-Eighteenth-Century Massachusetts Bay. New England Quar., v. 75, March, 5-23.

ANTHONY, ARTHE A. Florestine Perrault Collins and the Gendered Politics of Black Portraiture in 1920s New Orleans. La. Hist., v. 43, Spring, 167-88.

ASHWILL, GARY. Underground Pastime: The Hidden History of the Negro Leagues. Sou. Exp., v. 30, Fall, 26-52.

AUSTEN, RALPH A. The Slave Trade as History and Memory: Confrontations of Slaving Voyage Documents and Communal Traditions. William and Mary Quar., 3d ser., v. 58, Jan. [2001], 229-44.

BAILYN, BERNARD. Considering the Slave Trade: History and Memory. William and Mary Quar., 3d ser., v. 58, Jan. [2001], 245-52.

BAKER, R. SCOTT. Dilemmas of Desegregation in Charleston, South Carolina: Crossing the Color Line in Education, 1963-1975. …

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