THIS CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDES MOST SCHOLARLY ARTICLES IN the field of southern history published in periodicals in 2000 except for descriptive or genealogical writings of primary interest to a restricted group of readers. Since some journals were not published on schedule in 1999, articles from them were not included in the May 2000 issue of the Journal. The present listing includes these late journals with a bracketed notation that the article was published in 1999, or earlier, if appropriate. Entries under each heading are arranged alphabetically by author.
GENERAL AND UNCLASSIFIED
CHAD BERRY. Upon What Will I Hang My Hat in the Future? Appalachia and Awaiting Post-Postmodernity. Jour. Appal. Stud., v. 6, Spring/Fall, 12130.
[JOHN B. BOLES, comp.] C. Vann Woodward, 1908-1999: In Memoriam [a collection of tributes and remembrances]. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 66, May, 207-20.
LINDA BROWN-KUBISCH and CHRISTINE MONTGOMERY. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 1 [video on 20th-century Mo.]. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 94, Jan., 176-98.
--. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 2 [video on 20th-century Mo.]. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 94, April, 303-28.
--. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 3 [video on 20th-century Mo.]. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 94, July, 434-62.
WALTER L. BUENGER. Texas and the South. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 103, Jan., 308-24.
ANDREW BURSTEIN. Jefferson's Rationalizations. William and Mary Quar., 3d ser., v. 57, Jan., 183-97.
JAMES C. COBB. An Epitaph for the North: Reflections on the Politics of Regional and National Identity at the Millennium. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 66, Feb., 3-24.
CLYDE F. CREWS. "The Clock of the Centuries has ... Struck Twenty": Louisville's Press Reports the Dawn of the Twentieth Century. Filson Club Hist. Quar., v. 74, Winter, 1-12.
DAVID BRION DAVIS. Looking at Slavery from Broader Perspectives [suggestions for comparative research]. Am. Hist. Rev., v. 105, April, 452-66.
GILBERT C. DIN. Captain Francisco Rim y Morales and the Beginnings of Spanish Rule in Missouri. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 94, Jan., 121-45.
--. Francois Coulon de Villiers: More Light on an Illusive Historical Figure. La. Hist., v. 41, Summer, 345-57.
CHARLES MAYER DUPIER JR. Prehistoric Trails in the Upper Cumberland Basin. Filson Club Hist. Quar., v. 74, Fall, 367-82.
BOB EDWARDS. Kentucky in the Nation's History. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 97, Spring , 123-35.
JOSEPH J. ELLIS. Jefferson: Post-DNA. William and Mary. Quar., 3d ser., v. 57, Jan., 125-38.
STANLEY L. ENGERMAN. Slavery at Different Times and Places [resp. to Davis, "Looking at Slavery"]. Am. Hist. Rev., v. 105, April, 480-84.
CHARLES ERWIN. Testing the De Soto Chronicles [reliability of Biedma account], Jour. Southwest Ga. Hist., v. 14, Fall , 25-45.
MICHAEL FELLMAN. Robert E. Lee: Postwar Southern Nationalist. Civil War Hist., v. 46, Sept., 185-204.
ANNETTE GORDON-REED. Engaging Jefferson: Blacks and the Founding Father. William and Mary Quar., 3d ser., v. 57, Jan., 171-82.
OTIS L. GRAHAM. Again the Backward Region? Environmental History in and of the American South. Sou. Cult., v. 6, Summer, 50-72.
NEAL O. HAMMON. Pioneer Routes in Central Kentucky. Filson Club Hist. Quar., v. 74, Spring, 125-43.
BARBARA J. HEATH and AMBER BENNETT. "The little Spots allow'd them": The Archaeological Study of African-American Yards. Hist. Archaeology, v. 34, no. 2, pp. 38-55.
PETER KOLCHIN. The Big Picture: A Comment on David Brion Davis's "Looking at Slavery from Broader Perspectives." Am. Hist. Rev., v. 105, April, 467-71.
JAN LEWIS. Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings Redux: Introduction [forum intro, and 6 essays]. William and Mary Quar., 3d set., v. 57, Jan., 121-24.
WILLIAM W. …