Southern History in Periodicals, 2006: A Selected Bibliography
THIS CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDES MOST SCHOLARLY ARTICLES IN the field of southern history published in periodicals in 2006 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 2006, 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.
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8/29: Voices of the Storm [special issue on Hurricane Katrina, includes arts., memoirs, poems, graphic novella, photographs, rev. essay, book revs.]. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Spring, 1-159.
ARP, DON, JR. The Face behind the Knife: A Study of the James Bowie Portrait Purchased by the Texas Historical Commission and the State Preservation Board. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 109, Jan., 302-17.
BROCK, RALPH H. "Perhaps the Most Incorrect of Any Land Line in the United States": Establishing the Texas-New Mexico Boundary Along the 103rd Meridian. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 109, Apr., 430-62.
DUNN, JOE P. A "Damn Yankee" in Rebel Territory: James Hutchison Kerr's Reflections on his Southeast Missouri Years. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 101, Oct., 1-16.
HOBSON, FRED, ed. The Life and Work of Lewis P. Simpson [symposium]. Sou. Rev., v. 42, Spring, 227-312.
HOUGHLAND, MARGARET W., ed. A Short Biography of George W. Lawrence [from Nat E. Hyder Collection, Archives of Appalachia, East Tennessee State University]. Tenn. Ancestors, v. 22, Aug., 116-20.
LAWRIMORE, ERIN R. "Let us hasten to redeem the time that is lost": J. G. M. Ramsey's Role in the Collection and Promotion of Tennessee History. Libraries and Cult., v. 41, Fall, 419-37.
MCKEE, KATHRYN, and ANNETTE TREFZER. Global Contexts, Local Literatures: The New Southern Studies [preface to special issue of same title]. Am. Lit., v. 78, Dec., 677-90.
MURPHY, NATHAN W. Origins of Colonial Chesapeake Indentured Servants: American and English Sources. Nat. Genealogical Soc. Quar., v. 93, Mar. , 5-24.
OWSLEY, DOUGLAS W., BROOKS B. ELLWOOD, and TERRY MELTON. Search for the Grave of William Preston Longley, Hanged Texas Gunfighter. Hist. Archaeology, v. 40, no. 3, pp. 50-53.
WALKER, EMMITTE R., and JUDITH F. RUSSELL. The Day Book of Benjamin Walker, 1846. East Texas Hist. Jour., v. 44, no. 2, pp. 52-59.
WILLIAMS, DANIEL. Scenes from a Small Town: Early Times in Chireno, Texas. East Texas Hist. Jour., v. 44, Spring, 56-62.
WILLIAMS, KENNETH H., and JAMES RUSSELL HARRIS, comps. Kentucky in 1860: A Statistical Overview. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 103, Autumn , 742-64.
Between Two Worlds: Free People of Color in Southern Cultural History [special issue with an intro, and 10 arts.]. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 5-185.
The Little Rock Crisis and the Courts: A Forum [includes 4 arts.]. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Spring, 1-44.
A Roundtable Discussion of Matthew Countryman's Up South ]contributions by Lisa Levenstein, Robert O. Self, and Joe W. Trotter and a response by Matthew J. Countryman]. Pa. Mag. Hist. and Biog., v. 130, Oct., 387-413.
ABDUR-RAHMAN, ALIYYAH I. "The Strangest Freaks of Despotism": Queer Sexuality in Antebellum African American Slave Narratives. African Am. Rev., v. 40, Summer, 223-37.
ADAMS, LUTHER. "Heading for Louisville": Rethinking Rural to Urban Migration in the South, 1930-1950. Jour. Soc. Hist., v. 40, Winter, 407-30.
ADELMAN, ROBERT M., HUI-SHIEN TSAO, and STEWART E. TOLNAY. Occupational Disparity in a Migrant Metropolis: A Case Study of Atlanta. Sociol. Spectrum, v. 26, May-June, 269-87.
AIELLO, THOMAS. The Fading of the Greys: Black Baseball and Historical Memory in Little Rock. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Winter, 360-84.
ALEXANDER, J. TRENT. Defining the Diaspora: Appalachians in the Great Migration. Jour. Interdis. Hist., v. 37, Autumn, 219-47.
ALLEN, BARBARA L. Cradle of a Revolution? The Industrial Transformation of Louisiana's Lower Mississippi River. Technology and Culture, v. 47, Jan., 112-19.
ALSOBROOK, DAVID E. Mobile's Solitary Sentinel: U.S. Attorney William H. Armbrecht and the Richard Robertson Lynching Case of 1909. Gulf Sou. Hist. Rev., v. 20, Fall , 6-27.
ANDREWS, WILLIAM L. William Johnson's Diary: The Text and the Man Behind It. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 18-34.
ARNESEN, ERIC. No "Graver Danger": Black Anticommunism, the Communist Party, and the Race Question [with four responses and a rejoinder]. Labor: Studies in Working-Class Hist., v. 3, Winter, 13-79.
--. Passion and Politics: Race and the Writing of Working-Class History. Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 6, Sept., 323-56.
BAKER, COURTNEY. Emmett Till, Justice, and the Task of Recognition. Jour. Am. Culture, v. 29, June, 111-24.
BARR, ALWYN. The Impact of Race in Shaping Judicial Districts, 1876-1907. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 108, Apr. , 423-39.
BEHNKEN, BRIAN D. "Count on Me": Reverend M. L. Price of Texas, a Case Study in Civil Rights Leadership. Jour. Amer. Ethnic Hist., v. 25, Fall, 61-84.
BEITO, DAVID T., and LINDA ROYSTER BEITO. "Let Down Your Bucket Where You Are": The Afro-American Hospital and Black Health Care in Mississippi, 1924-1966. Soc. Sci. Hist., v. 30, Winter, 551-69.
BERLIN, IRA. Southern Free People of Color in the Age of William Johnson. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 9-17.
BERRY, STEPHEN R. William Catto's Pursuit of God's Calling in Slaveholding America. Jour. Presby. Hist., v. 83, Spring-Summer , 41-53.
BLACK, SAMUEL W. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: Museum of Conscience. Ohio Val. Hist., v. 6, Summer, 18-27.
BLACK, SAMUEL W. Soul Soldiers: African Americans and the Vietnam Era. Western Penn. Hist., v. 89, Winter, 22-31.
BLANTON, CARLOS K. George I. Sanchez, Ideology, and Whiteness in the Making of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, 1930-1960. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 72, Aug., 569-604.
BLOCKER, JACK S., JR. Race, Sex and Riot: The Springfield, Ohio Race Riots of 1904 and 1906 and the Sources of Anti-Black Violence in the Lower Midwest. Ohio Val. Hist., v. 6, Spring, 27-44.
BODENHORN, HOWARD. Colorism, Complexion Homogamy, and Household Wealth: Some Historical Evidence. Am. Econ. Rev., v. 96, May, 256-60.
BOWMAN, SHEARER DAVIS. Synthesizing Southern Slavery: A Review Essay. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 103, Autumn , 727-41.
BRILL, ANDREW. Brown in Fayetteville: Peaceful Southern School Desegregation in 1954. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Winter, 337-59.
BRISTOL, DOUGLAS W., JR. Regional Identity, Black Barbers, and the African American Tradition of Entrepreneurialism. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 74-96.
BROWN, ROBERT L. The Third Little Rock Crisis. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Spring, 39-44.
BROWN, YVONNE. Tolerance and Bigotry in Southwest Louisiana: The Ku Klux Klan, 1921-23. La. Hist., v. 47, Spring, 153-68.
BUCHANAN, THOMAS C. Race and (In)justice on the Mississippi: An Episode from "The Journals of the Davy Crockett." Ind. Mag. Hist., v. 102, Mar., 25-28.
BURIN, ERIC. A Manumission in the Mountains: Slavery and the African Colonization Movement in Southwestern Virginia. Appal. Jour., v. 33, Winter, 164-86.
BUTCHER, JAMIE. Religion, Race, Gender, and Education: The Allen School, Asheville, North Carolina, 1885 to 1974. Appal. Jour., v. 33, Fall , 78-109.
BYRD, ALEXANDER X. Eboe, Country, Nation, and Gustavus Vassa's Interesting Narrative. William and Mary Quar., 3rd ser., v. 63, Jan., 123-48.
CAMPBELL, GWYN, SUZANNE MIERS, and JOSEPH C. MILLER, eds. Children in European Systems of Bondage [special issue with 6 arts. and intro.]. Slavery and Abolition, v. 27, Aug., 163-285.
CAMPBELL, JOHN. The Seminoles, the "Bloodhound War," and Abolitionism, 1796-1865. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 72, May, 259-302.
CARLANDER, JAY R., and W. ELLIOT BROWNLEE. Antebellum Southern Political Economists and the Problem of Slavery. Am. Nineteenth Cent. Hist., v. 7, Sept., 389-416.
CARLSON, LEONARD A., and MARK A. ROBERTS. Indian Lands, "Squatterism," and Slavery: Economic Interests and the Passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Explorations in Econ. Hist., v. 43, July, 486-504.
CARSON, HOMER S., III. Penal Reform and Construction of the Western North Carolina Railroad, 1875-1892. Jour. Appal. Stud., v. 11, Spring-Fall , 205-25.
CASSITY, R. O. JOE, JR. A Reading Room of Their Own: Library Services for African Americans in Oklahoma, 1907-1946. Chron. Okla., v. 84, Fall, 308-21.
COHEN, MICHAEL M. Jim Crow's Drug War: Race, Coca-Cola, and the Southern Origins of Drug Prohibition. Sou. Cult., v. 12, Fall, 55-79.
COSTA, DORA L., and MATTHEW E. KAHN. Forging a New Identity: The Costs and Benefits of Diversity in Civil War Combat Units for Black Slaves and Freemen. Jour. Econ. Hist., v. 66, Dec., 936-62.
CUNNINGHAM, ROGER D. Kansas City's African American "Immunes" in the Spanish-American War. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 100, Apr., 141-58.
CURRY, LEONARD P. Free Blacks in the Urban South: 1800-1850. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 35-51.
DALLEO, PETER T. "Persecuted but not forsaken; cut down, but not destroyed": Solomon and Thamar Bayley, Delawarean Emigrants to Liberia. Del. Hist., v. 31, Spring-Summer, 137-77.
DAWSON, KEVIN. Enslaved Swimmers and Divers in the Atlantic World. Jour. Am Hist., v. 92, Mar., 1327-55.
DAY, JAMES S. The Convict-Lease System in Alabama, 1872-1927. Gulf Sou. Hist. Rev., v. 21, Spring, 6-29.
DE JONG, GRETA. Staying in Place: Black Migration, the Civil Rights Movement, and the War on Poverty in the Rural South. Jour. Af. Am. Hist., v. 90, Fall , 387-409.
DELTON, JENNIFER. Good Business: Nondiscrimination Policies and Labor-Management Relations, 1945-1964. Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 6, Sept., 357-82.
D'EMILIO, JOHN. Remembering Bayard Rustin. Mag. Of Hist., v. 20, Mar., 12-14.
DIERKSHEIDE, CHRISTA. Missionaries, Evangelical Identity, and the Religious Ecology of Early Nineteenth-Century South Carolina and the British Caribbean. Am. Nineteenth Cent. Hist., v. 7, Mar., 63-88.
DORR, GREGORY MICHAEL. Defective or Disabled? Race, Medicine, and Eugenics in Progressive Era Virginia and Alabama. Jour. Gilded Age Prog. Era, v. 5, Oct., 359-92.
EGERTON, DOUGLAS R. Slaves to the Marketplace: Economic Liberty and Black Rebelliousness in the Atlantic World [part of Special Issue: Connection, Contingency, and Class in the Early Republic's Economy]. Jour. Early Rep., v. 26, Winter, 617-39.
ELLISON, MARY. Dr Michael White and New Orleans Jazz: Pushing back Boundaries while Maintaining the Tradition. Pop. Mus. and Soc., v. 28, Dec. , 619-38.
ENGLISH, LINDA. Recording Race: General Stores and Race in the Late Nineteenth-Century Southwest. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 110, Oct., 192-217.
ERNEST, JOHN. The Floating Icon and the Fluid Test: Rereading the Narrative of Sojourner Truth. Am. Lit., v. 78, Sept., 459-86.
ESLINGER, ELLEN. Freedom Without Independence: The Story of a Former Slave and Her Family. Va. Mag. Hist. and Biog., v. 114, no. 2, pp. 262-91.
EVANS, STEPHANIE Y. "I Was One of the First to See Daylight": Black Women at Predominantly White Colleges and Universities in Florida since 1959. Fla. Hist. Quar., v. 85, Summer, 42-63.
FALLIN, WILSON, JR. Black Baptist Women and the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement, 1956-1963. Baptist Hist. and Heritage, v. 40, Summer-Fall , 40-48.
FARLAND, MARIA. W. E. B. DuBois, Anthropometric Science, and the Limits of Racial Uplift. Am. Quar., v. 58, Dec., 1017-46.
FINLEY, RANDY. Crossing the White Line: SNCC in Three Delta Towns, 1963-1967. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Summer, 116-37.
FLEEGLER, ROBERT L. Theodore G. Bilbo and the Decline of Public Racism, 1938-1947. Jour. Miss. Hist., v. 68, Spring, 1-27.
FLY, DAVID KERRIGAN. An Episcopal Priest's Reflections on the Kansas City Riot of 1968. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 100, Jan., 103-12.
FOSL, CATHERINE. Marketing Muhammed Ali: Louisville's Newest Museum Center. Ohio Val. Hist., v. 6, Summer, 6-11.
FREYER, TONY A. Cooper v. Aaron: Incident and Consequence. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Spring, 1-6.
FULTZ, MICHAEL. Black Public Libraries in the South in the Era of De Jure Segregation. Libraries and Cult., v. 41, Summer, 337-59.
GALLAY, ALAN. What Are We Running Away From? Reflections on the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Ohio Val. Hist., v. 6, Summer, 12-17.
GELLMAN, ERIK S., and JAROD H. ROLL. Owen Whitfield and the Gospel of the Working Class in New Deal America, 1936-1946. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 72, May, 303-48.
GRAHAM, SANDRA. On the Road to Freedom: The Contracts of the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Am. Mus., v. 24, Spring, 1-29.
GREEN, LAURIE B. "Where Would the Negro Women Apply for Work?" Gender, Race, and Labor in Wartime Memphis. Labor: Studies in Working-Class Hist., v. 3, Fall, 95-117.
GREM, DARREN E. Sam Jones, Sam Hose, and the Theology of Racial Violence. Ga. Hist. Quar., v. 90, Spring, 35-61.
--. "The South Got Something to Say": Atlanta's Dirty South and the Southernization of Hip-Hop America. Sou. Cult., v. 12, Winter, 55-73.
GRITTER, ELIZABETH. Interview with Julian Bond. Sou. Cult., v. 12, Spring, 76-91.
GUTERL, MATTHEW PRATT. "I Went to the West Indies": Race, Place, and the Antebellum South. Am. Lit. Hist., v. 18, Fall, 446-67.
HALPIN, DENNIS. "Race Riot," "Midnight Melee," and Other "Crimes" Reconsidered: African-American Soldiers' Protests in 1898 Tampa. Gulf Sou. Hist. Rev., v. 20, Spring , 37-62.
HARLOW, LUKE E. Neither Slavery nor Abolitionism: James M. Pendleton and the Problem of Christian Conservative Antislavery in 1840s Kentucky. Slavery and Abolition, v. 27, Dec., 349-89.
HARRISON, ROBERT. Welfare and Employment Policies of the Freedmen's Bureau in the District of Columbia. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 72, Feb., 75-110.
HARRISON, LOUIS, JR., LEONARD N. MOORE, and LYNN EVANS. The Race, Hip-Hop, and Sports Learning Community at Louisiana State University. Jour. Black Stud., v. 36, Mar., 622-34.
HEDICAN, EDWARD J. Work and Slave Family Life in Antebellum Northern Virginia. Jour. Family Hist., v. 31, Oct., 335-57.
HENDERSON, JACQUELYN S. African American Baptist Women: A Study of Missions in African American Churches in Atlanta, Georgia. Baptist Hist. and Heritage, v. 40, Summer-Fall , 49-57.
HERSEY, MARK. Hints and Suggestions to Farmers: George Washington Carver and Rural Conservation in the South. Env. Hist., v. 11, Apr., 239-68.
HUSTWIT, WILLIAM P. Sermons That Became Charges. Jour. Miss. Hist., v. 68, Spring, 29-41.
INGLIS, G. DOUGLAS. Searching for Free People of Color in Colonial Natchez. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 97-112.
JACKSON, MARK ALLAN. Dark Memory: A Look at Lynching in America through the Life, Times, and Songs of Woody Guthrie. Pop. Mus. and Soc., v. 28, Dec. , 663-75.
JACOWAY, ELIZABETH. Richard C. Butler and the Little Rock School Board: The Quest to Maintain "Educational Quality." Ark. Hist, Quar., v. 65, Spring, 23-38.
JEFFRIES, HASAN KWAME. SNCC, Black Power, and Independent Political Party Organizing in Alabama, 1964-1966. Jour. Af Am. Hist., v. 91, Spring, 171-93.
JENKINS, EARNESTINE. The "Voice of Memphis": WDIA, Nat D. Williams, and Black Radio Culture in the Early Civil Rights Era. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Fall, 254-67.
JENKINS, MORRIS. Gullah Island Dispute Resolution: An Example of Afrocentric Restorative Justice. Jour. Black Stud., v. 37, Nov., 299-319.
JIMENEZ, ALBERT M., and JERALYNN S. COSSMAN. When People Died: An Examination of Seasonality of Mortality Using an Historic African American Population. Sociol. Spectrum, v. 26, Mar.-Apr., 149-81.
JOHNSON, KEVIN R. The Legacy of Jim Crow: The Enduring Taboo of Black-White Romance [rev. essay]. Tex. Law Rev., v. 84, Feb., 739-66.
JOHNSON, WALTER. Clerks All! Or, Slaves with Cash [part of Special Issue: Connection, Contingency, and Class in the Early Republic's Economy and response to Douglas R. Egerton's "Slaves to the Marketplace: Economic Liberty and Black Rebelliousness in the Atlantic World" in same issue]. Jour. Early Rep., v. 26, Winter, 641-51.
JONES, THOMAS L. The Union League Club and New York's First Black Regiments in the Civil War. N.Y. Hist., v. 87, Summer, 312-43.
JOYNER, CHARLES. A Region in Harmony: Southern Music and the Sound Track of Freedom [presidential address at SHA annual meeting]. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 72, Feb., 3-38.
JUN, HELEN H. Black Orientalism: Nineteenth-Century Narratives of Race and U.S. Citizenship. Am. Quar., v. 58, Dec., 1047-66.
JUPITER, DEL E. Matilda Madrid: One Woman's Tale of Bondage and Freedom. Nat. Genealogical Soc. Quar., v. 91, Mar. , 41-59.
KACHUN, MITCH. Antebellum African Americans, Public Commemoration, and the Haitian Revolution: A Problem of Historical Mythmaking. Jour. Early Rep., v. 26, Summer, 249-73.
KARAFALIS, MARIA. Oratory, Embodiment, and US Citizenship in Sutton E. Griggs's Imperium in Imperio. African Am. Rev., v. 40, Spring, 125-43.
KELLY, BRIAN. Black Laborers, the Republican Party, and the Crisis of Reconstruction in Lowcountry South Carolina. Int. Rev. Soc. Hist., v. 51, Dec., 375-414.
KEMPER, KURT EDWARD. The Smell of Roses and the Color of the Players: College Football and the Expansion of the Civil Rights Movement in the West. Jour. Sport Hist., v. 31, Fall , 317-39.
KIBBE, TINA M. School Desegregation in Port Arthur: The Battle Between the Community, the Board, and the Justice Department. East Texas Hist. Jour., v. 44, no. 2, pp. 3-16.
KILLINGSWORTH, BLAKE. "Here I Am, Stuck in the Middle with You": The Baptist Standard, Texas Baptist Leadership, and School Desegregation, 1954 to 1956. Baptist Hist. and Heritage, v. 41, Spring, 78-92.
KILPATRICK, JUDITH. Wiley Austin Branton and Cooper v. Aaron: America Fulfills Its Promise. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Spring, 7-22.
KOGER, LARRY. Black Masters: The Misunderstood Slaveowners. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 52-73.
KOSSIE-CHERNYSHEV, KAREN. Constructing Good Success: The Church of God in Christ and Social Uplift in East Texas, 1910-1935. East Texas Hist. Jour., v. 44, Spring, 49-55.
KREIDLER, JAN. Reviving Julia Peterkin as a Trickster Writer. Jour. Am. Culture, v. 29, Dec., 468-74.
KRONEMER, ALEX, LOUIS BARBASH, and MICHAEL WOLFE. Prince Among Slaves: A Documentary Film Project. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Winter, 137-57.
LARKINS, JOHN K., JR. Judge Fite's Contempt: Race and the Rule of Law in Early Twentieth Century Georgia. Ga. Hist. Quar., v. 90, Spring, 62-95.
LARRABBEE, MARY JEANNE. "I Know What a Slave Knows": Mary Prince's Epistemology of Resistance. Women's Stud., v. 35, July-Aug., 453-73.
LARSON, JENNIFER. Converting Passive Womanhood to Active Sisterhood: Agency, Power, and Subversion in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Women's Stud., v. 35, no. 8, pp. 739-56.
LEFORGE, JUDY BUSSELL. State Colored Conventions of Tennessee, 1865-1866. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 65, Fall, 230-53.
LEHMAN, CHRISTOPHER PAUL. Civil Rights in Twilight: The End of the Civil Rights Movement Era in 1973. Jour. Black Stud., v. 36, Jan., 415-28.
--. Mississippi's Extraordinary Month, November 1973: The Demise of the Sovereignty Commission and of Unprofessional Leadership at the Mississippi State Penitentiary. Jour. Miss. Hist., v. 68, Winter, 287-306.
LOMBARDO, PAUL A., and GREGORY M. DORR. Eugenics, Medical Education, and the Public Health Service: Another Perspective on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment. Bull. Hist. Med., v. 80, Summer, 291-316.
LOVEJOY, PAUL E. Autobiography and Memory: Gustavus Vassa, alias Olaudah Equiano, the African. Slavery and Abolition, v. 27, Dec., 317-47.
LUDERS, JOSEPH. The Economics of Movement Success: Business Responses to Civil Rights Mobilization. Am. Jour. Sociol., v. 111, Jan., 963-98.
MANSFIELD, MIKE. "An Onerous and Unnecessary Burden": Mobile and the Negro Seamen Acts. Gulf Sou. Hist. Rev., v. 21, Fall , 6-28.
MASON, MATTHEW. Slavery, Servitude, and British Representations of Colonial North America. Sou. Quar., v. 43, Summer, 109-25.
MCCLAIN, PAULA D., et al. Racial Distancing in a Southern City: Latino Immigrants' Views of Black Americans. Jour. Pol., v. 68, Aug., 571-84.
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