Southern History in Periodicals, 2008: A Selected Bibliography

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Southern History in Periodicals, 2008: A Selected Bibliography


THIS CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDES MOST SCHOLARLY ARTICLES in the field of southern history published in periodicals in 2008 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 2008, 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

ACHESON, JON. Charles Dickens in America: The Baltimore Letters. Md. Hist. Mag., v. 102, Winter [2007], 320-37.

ADKINSON, KANDIE P. The Kentucky Secretary of State's Land Office Certificates of Settlement and Preemption Warrants Database. Ky. Ancestors, v. 43, Winter [2007], 63-70.

BLAND, RICHARD L. Alabama in 1848: As Described by Traugott Bromme. Ala. Rev., v. 61, Jan., 48-60.

BRUCE, ALEXANDER MARTIN, ed. Letter from Andrew Jackson to James G. Martin, May 1, 1836. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 67, Fall, 236-43.

PUSCH, DONALD E. Kerlerec's Cipher: The Code Book of Louisiana's Last French Governor. La. Hist., v. 49, Fall, 463-80.

AFRICAN AMERICAN

AJAYI, S. ADEMOLA. The American Civil War of 1861-1865: A Major Challenge to the Survival of Early Baptists Ventures in Nigeria. Baptist Hist. and Heritage, v. 43, Spring, 86-95.

AKEHURST, HAZEL. Sectional Crises and the Fate of Africans Illegally Imported into the United States, 1806-1860. Am. Nineteenth Cent. Hist., v. 9, June, 97-122.

ANDERSON, DEVERY S. A Wallet, a White Woman, and a Whistle: Fact and Fiction in Emmett Till's Encounter in Money, Mississippi. Sou. Quar., v. 45, Summer, 10-21.

ANDERSON, KRISTEN L. German Americans, African Americans, and the Republican Party in St. Louis, 1865-1872. Jour. Am. Ethnic Hist., v. 28, Fall, 34-51.

ANDREWS, GREGG. Black Working-Class Political Activism and Biracial Unionism: Galveston Longshoremen in Jim Crow Texas, 1919-1921. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 74, Aug., 627-68.

ARMITAGE, KATIE U. "Seeking A Home Where He Himself Is Free": African Americans Build a Community in Douglas County, Kansas. Kan. Hist., v. 31, Autumn, 154-75.

BAILEY, AMY KATE, STEWART E. TOLNAY, E. M. BECK, ALISON RENEE ROBERTS, and NICHOLAS H. WONG. Personalizing Lynch Victims: A New Database to Support the Study of Mob Violence. Hist. Methods, v. 41, Winter, 47-61.

BEEBY, JAMES M. Red Shirt Violence, Election Fraud, and the Demise of the Populist Party in North Carolina's Third Congressional District, 1900. N.C. Hist. Rev., v. 85, Jan., 1-28.

BEIL, GAIL K. Wiley College: The Great Debaters. East Tex. Hist. Jour., v. 46, no. 1, pp. 18-26.

BERNIER, CELESTE-MARIE. From Fugitive Slave to Fugitive Abolitionist: The Oratory of Frederick Douglass and the Emerging Heroic Slave Tradition. Atlantic Stud., v. 3, no. 2 [2006], 201-24.

BERRY, MARY FRANCES. "Reckless Eyeballing": The Matt Ingram Case and the Denial of African American Sexual Freedom. Jour. Af. Am. Hist., v. 93, Spring, 223-34.

BLY, ANTONIO T. Navigating the Print Line: Shaping Readers' Expectations in Booker T. Washington's Autobiographies. Ala. Rev., v. 61, July, 190-215.

--. "Pretends he can read": Runaways and Literacy in Colonial America, 1730-1776. Early Am. Stud., v. 6, Fall, 261-94.

BRANDON, JAMIE C. Van Winkle's Mill: Recovering Lost Industrial and African-American Heritages in the Ozarks. Ark. Hist. Quar., v. 67, Winter, 429-45.

BRIGGS, GABRIEL A. Imperium In Imperio: Sutton E. Griggs and the New Negro of the South. Sou. Quar., v. 45, Spring, 153-76.

BROOKS, CECELIA. "Touch the Bottom and Lift": Black Women Home Extension Agents in Oklahoma, 1912-1935. Chron. Okla., v. 86, Spring, 88-108.

BROWN, CANTER, JR., and LARRY E. RIVERS. The Pioneer African American Jurist Who Almost Became a Bishop: Florida's Judge James Dean, 1858-1914. …

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