Southern History in Periodicals, 2003: A Selected Bibliography

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Southern History in Periodicals, 2003: A Selected Bibliography


THIS CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDES MOST SCHOLARLY ARTICLES IN the field of southern history published in periodicals in 2003 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 2003, 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

ABBOTT, ANTHONY S., ed. Son of Rising Star: Memoirs of a Texas Childhood [by Ernest F. Patterson, early 20th cent.]. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 107, Oct., 279-311.

BLAND, RICHARD L., trans. The State of Tennessee: As Seen by Traugott Bromme. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 62, Fall, 259-63.

CASHIN, JOAN E., guest ed. Special issue on The Family in the American South [introduction plus six articles]. Jour. Family Hist., v. 28, Oct.

CLARK, EDWINA ANTONIA, ed. Rails to Chihuahua: A Letter from Edwin Lyon Dean, September 22, 1882. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 107, July, 96-105.

DE BERARDINIS, ROBERT. Call Names, Dits, Frenchifications, Noms de Guerre, Particles, Patronymics, Phonetics, Surname Compounds, and Translations! Intercultural Name Changes in America, as Illustrated by the Offspring of Marie Catherine Horn [18th-cent. La.]. Nat. Genealogical Soc. Quar., v. 90, March [2002], 37-64.

DUBOIS, SYLVIE, and BARBARA M. HORVATH. Creoles and Cajuns: A Portrait in Black and White. Am. Speech, v. 78, Summer, 192-207.

FROH, RILEY. The Best Fire He Ever Saw [general history of Luling, Tex.]. East Tex. Hist. Jour., v. 41, Spring, 46-52.

GEIER, CLARENCE R. Confederate Fortification and Troop Deployment in a Mountain Landscape: Fort Edward Johnson and Camp Shenandoah [W.Va.], April 1862. Hist. Archaeology, v. 37, no. 3, pp. 31-45.

HELO, ARI, and PETER ONUF. Jefferson, Morality, and the Problem of Slavery. William and Mary Quar., 3rd ser., v. 60, July, 583-614.

HURST, HAROLD W. Kent County and Chestertown in 1860. Md. Hist. Mag., v. 98, Spring, 78-90.

KRETZSCHMAR, WILLIAM A., JR. Mapping Southern English. Am. Speech, v. 78, Summer, 130-49.

MCINTOSH, WILLIAM, III. Bermuda Town [S.C.]: Forgotten in Time. Carologue, v. 18, Winter [2002], 10-13.

NUTTER, CHARLES. Robert R. Livingston, The Forgotten Architect of the Louisiana Purchase [edited text of Mr. Nutter's 1953 address to the Louisiana State Historical Society celebrating the sesquicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase]. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 97, July, 334-50.

SMITH, FRANCIS NEALE. "James Neale [1615-1684] ... hath Adventured Himself into our Province of Maryland." Md. Hist. Mag., v. 98, Fall, 263-80.

SMITH, STEVEN D., CHRISTOPHER OHM CLEMENT, and STEPHEN R. WISE. GPS, GIS and the Civil War Battlefield Landscape: A South Carolina Low Country Example. Hist. Archaeology, v. 37, no. 3, pp. 14-30.

STEFFEN, CHARLES G. Newspapers for Free: The Economics of Newspaper Circulation in the Early Republic. Jour. Early Rep., v. 23, Fall, 381-419.

TERRILL, ROBERT E. Irony, Silence, and Time: Frederick Douglass on the Fifth of July [anti-slavery speech]. Quar. Jour. Speech, v. 89, Aug., 216-34.

THOMAS, ERIK R. Secrets Revealed by Southern Vowel Shifting. Am. Speech, v. 78, Summer, 150-70.

VOGEL, ROBERT C. Paul Bouet Laffitte [ca. 1744-1815]: A Borderlands Life. East Tex. Hist. Jour., v. 41, Spring, 15-27.

WARNER, SETH. Henry Maney [1832-1858] Revisited. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 62, Summer, 152-65.

WELLFORD, HARRY W. The Virginia-Tennessee Boundary: The Walker Line? Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 62, Summer, 110-29.

WOLFRAM, WALT. Language Variation in the American South: An Introduction. Am. Speech, v. 78, Summer, 123-29.

AFRICAN AMERICAN

ADAMS, LUTHER. It Was North of Tennessee: African American Migration to Louisville and the Meaning of the South. …

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