Southern History in Periodicals, 2013: A Selected Bibliography

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Southern History in Periodicals, 2013: A Selected Bibliography


POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

Adams, Mikaela M. Residency and Enrollment: Diaspora and the Catawba Indian Nation. S.C. Hist. Mag., v. 113, Jan. [2012], pp. 24-49.

Allured, Janet. Louisiana, the American South, and the Birth of Second-Wave Feminism. La. Hist., v. 54, Fall, 389-423.

Alta villa, Keith. "Shoot Every D_d Copperhead": Union Soldiers and Antiwar Dissent in the Ohio Valley. Ohio Valley Hist., v. 12, Winter [2012], pp. 19-39.

Atwood, Elizabeth. "Dear Harry," "My Dear Jack": The Evolving Friendship between James J. Kilpatrick, Jr., and Sen. Harry F. Byrd, Jr., 194-966. Va. Mag. Hist, and Biog., v. 121, no. 4, pp. 346-76.

Bailey, Kenneth R. Test Oaths, Belligerent Rights, and Confederate Money: Civil War Lawsuits Before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. W.Va. Hist., new ser., v. 7, Spring, 1-22.

Barry, Peter J. Conflicting Loyalties in the Civil War: The Case of Colonel James A. Barret. Jour. III. Hist., v. 15, Winter [2012], pp. 222-46.

Belko, William S. The Language of Conquest: Idiomatic Nuances in the U.S. Justification for Seizing Spanish Florida, 1803-1821. Sou. Stud., v. 20, Fall-Winter, 97-112.

Bellows, Barbara L. Of Time and the City: Charleston in 1860. S.C. Hist. Mag., v. 112, July-Oct. [2011], pp. 157-72.

Bourdon, Jeffrey Normand. Soldier versus Statesman: The Primacy of Symbols during the Elections of 1824 and 1828 in Mississippi and Alabama. Jour. Miss. Hist., v. 73, Winter [2011], pp. 299-333.

Brooks, Corey. Stoking the "Abolition Fire in the Capitol": Liberty Party Lobbying and Antislavery in Congress. Jour. Early Rep., v. 33, Fall, 523-47.

Bullin, April Strader. "The Powell Boys": Poignant and Political Messages of Samuel M. Shaver. Jour. Backcountry Stud., v. 8, Summer, 19-25.

Burge, Daniel. Senator Graves's Speech: Dixie Bibb Graves and the Changing Conception of "the Southern Lady." Ala. Rev., v. 66, Oct., 253-77.

Burton, Orville Vernon. The South as "Other," the Southerner as Stranger. Jour. Sou. Hist., v. 79. Feb., 7-50.

Cantrell, Gregg. "Our Very Pronounced Theory of Equal Rights to All": Race, Citizenship, and Populism in the South Texas Borderlands. Jour. Am. Hist., v. 100, Dec., 663-90.

Cohen, Michael David. James K. Polk and the Mystery of Amor Patriae. New Eng. Quar., v. 86, June, 266-92.

Dailey, Dennis M. Josiah Miller, an Antislavery Southerner: Letters to Father and Mother. Kans. Hist., v. 36, Summer, 67-89.

de Jong, Greta. The Scholarship. Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality and the African American Organizing Tradition in the Era of Black Power. Jour. Contemp. Hist., v. 48, July, 597-616.

Engle, Stephen. "It Is Time for the States to Speak to the Federal Government": The Altoona Conference and Emancipation. Civil War Hist., v. 58, Dec. [2012], pp. 416-50.

Faber, Eberhard L. The Passion of the Prefect: Pierre Clement De Laussat, 1803 New Orleans, and the Bonapartist Louisiana That Never Was. La. Hist., v. 54, Summer, 261-91.

Ford, Lacy. Henry Clay: American Commerce and the Public Option. Jour. Hist. Soc., v. 13, Mar., 33-50.

Fullerton, Andrew S., and Michael J. Stern. Racial Differences in the Gender Gap in Political Participation in the American South, 1952-2004. Soc. Sci. Hist., v. 37, Summer, 145-76.

Galvin, Daniel J. Presidential Partisanship Reconsidered: Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, and the Rise of Polarized Politics. Pol. Research Quar., v. 66, Mar., 46-60.

Gamble, Stephanie. A Community of Convenience: The Saponi Nation, Governor Spotswood, and the Experiment at Fort Christanna, 1670-1740. Native South, v. 6, pp. 70-109.

Gilman, Carolyn. Why Did George Rogers Clark Attack Illinois? Ohio Valley Hist., v. 12, Winter [2012], pp. 3-18.

Goldman, Henry H. Sympathy for the Confederate Cause in Southern California, 1860-1865. Jour. …

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