Southern History in Periodicals, 2012: A Selected Bibliography

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Southern History in Periodicals, 2012: A Selected Bibliography


POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

ANDERSON, CLAUDIA WILSON. Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson, Operation Texas, and Jewish Immigration. Sou. Jewish Hist., v. 15, pp. 81-118.

ASTOR, AARON. The Crouching Lion's Fate: Slave Politics and Conservative Unionism in Kentucky. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 110, Summer-Autumn, 293-326.

BAILEY, JEREMY D. Should We Venerate That Which We Cannot Love? James Madison on Constitutional Imperfection. Pol. Research Quar., v. 65, Dec., 732-44.

BARNES, JAMES J., and PATIENCE P. BARNES. The Lincoln Conspirators: Was Beverley Tucker One of Them? Lincoln Herald, v. 113, Winter, 260-76.

BERKERY, MARY L. The New Suffragists of 1977 and the Challenge of Coalition Building at Missouri's International Women's Year State Meeting. Mo. Hist. Rev., v. 107, Oct., 1-22.

BLOMQUIST, ANN K., and CHEREL BOLIN HENDERSON, comps. Index and Petitions to the Tennessee Legislature: Cocke County, Tennessee, Part 1. Tenn. Ancestors, v. 27, Dec. [2011], 143-67.

--. Index and Petitions to the Tennessee Legislature: Cocke County, Tennessee, Part 2. Tenn. Ancestors, v. 27, Dec. [2011], 168-90.

--. Index and Petitions to the Tennessee Legislature: Cocke County, Tennessee, Part 3. Tenn. Ancestors, v. 28, Apr., 3-41.

BORYCZKA, RAYMOND. "The Busiest Man in Town": John Hermann Kampmann and the Urbanization of San Antonio, Texas, 1848-1885. Southwestern Hist. Quar., v. 115, Apr., 328-63.

BRITTON, DAVID. Desperate Enterprises and Men of Broken Fortunes: Loyalty and Identity on the Tennessee Frontier, 1793-1794. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 70, Winter [2011], 288-99.

BROOKS, JENNIFER E. "No Juan Crow!": Documenting the Immigration Debate in Alabama Today. Sou. Cult., v. 18, Fall, 49-56.

BUENGER, WALTER. Texas and the History of American Foreign Policy. Diplomatic Hist., v. 36, June, 495-98.

COLEMAN, AARON N. Debating the Nature of State Sovereignty: Nationalists, State Sovereigntists, and the Treaty of Paris (1783). Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 12, Sept., 309-40.

COOLING, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bluegrass and Volunteer--Sister States or Enemy States? Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 110, Summer-Autumn, 439-80.

CREEL, VON RUSSELL. Republican Justices of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma and Republican Judges of the Criminal Court of Appeals of Oklahoma, 1907-1966. Chron. Okla., v. 90, Summer, 180-203.

CUNNINGHAM, GEOFFREY D. "The Ultimate Step": Judah P. Benjamin and Secession. Am. Jewish Hist., v. 97, Mar., 1-19.

DAVIDSON, JAMES M. Encountering the Ex-Slave Reparations Movement from the Grave: The National Industrial Council and National Liberty Party, 1901-1907. Jour. Af. Am. Hist., v. 97, Winter-Spring, 13-38.

DE LA COVA, ANTONIO RAFAEL. Samuel J. Kookogey in Bleeding Kansas: A "Fearless vindicator of the rights of the South." Kans. Hist., v. 35, Autumn, 147-63.

DOBKINS, LINDA HARRIS. Politics, Economic Provisioning, and Suffrage in St. Louis: What Women Said, What Men Heard. Am. Jour. Econ. and Sociol., v. 71, Jan., 54-76.

EYAL, YONATAN. A Romantic Realist: George Nicholas Sanders and the Dilemmas of Southern International Engagement. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 78, Feb., 107-30.

FAIRCLOUGH, ADAM. Was the Grant of Black Suffrage a Political Error? Reconsidering the Views of John W. Burgess, William A. Dunning, and Eric Foner on Congressional Reconstruction. Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 12, June, 155- 88.

FARR, JASON. A Glorious Failure: The State of Franklin and American Independence. Tenn. Hist. Quar., v. 70, Winter [2011], 276-87.

FARRINGTON, JOSHUA D. "Even I Voted Republican": African American Voters and Public Accommodations in Louisville, Kentucky, 1960-1961. Reg. Ky. Hist. Soc., v. 109, Summer-Autumn [2011], 395-431.

FITZGERALD, MICHAEL W. Reconstruction Reengineered: Or, Is Doubting Black Suffrage a Mistake? Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 12, Sept., 241-47.

FORGETTE, RICHARD, ANDREW GARNER, and JOHN WINKLE. …

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