The Southern Common People: Studies in Nineteenth-Century Social History


"[The 18 essays] will be welcomed by specialists in Southern history....[Each] author has in some way shed light on the essential questions of just who the Southern commoners were and how they related to the other constituents of the social structure. Lists of suggested further readings enhance the value of this one-of-a-kind anthology. No serious student of the South should neglect it." -Library Journal

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Frank L. Owsley
  • Randall M. Miller
  • Guion Griffis Johnson
  • Richard H. Haunton
  • Ira Berlin
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1980


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