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Adams, Charles Edward. Blocton: The History of an Alabama Coal Mining Town. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1777-5.

 

Adams, Vincanne. Markets of Sorrow, Labors of Faith: New Orleans in the Wake of Katrina. Duke University Press. 9780822354499.

 

Allmendinger, David F., Jr.  Nat Turner and the Rising in Southhampton County.  Johns Hopkins University Press.  978-1-4214-1479-9.

 

Baldwin, Cinda K. Great & Noble Jar: Traditional Stoneware of South Carolina. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4616-8.

 

Baker, Bruce E., and Brian Kelly, eds.  After Slavery:  Race, Labor, and Citizenship in the Reconstruction South.  University Press of Florida.  978-0-8130-4477-4.

 

Bauer, Margaret Donovan.  A Study of Scarletts:  Scarlett O'Hara and Her Literary Daughters.  University of South Carolina Press.  9781611173734.

 

Beckwith, David W. A New Day in the Delta: Inventing School Desegregation as You Go. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1633-4.

 

Bennett, Evan P.  When Tobacco Was King:  Families, Farm Labor, and Federal Policy in the Piedmont.  Gainesville:  University Press of Florida.  9780813060146

 

Bishir, Catherine W. Crafting Lives: African American Artisans in New Bern, North Carolina, 1770-1900. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0875-4.

 

Carey, Anthony Gene. Sold Down the River. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1741-6.

 

Carrigan, William D. and Christopher Waldrep, eds. Swift to Wrath: Lynching in Global Historical Perspective. University of Virginia Press. 978-0-8139-3414-3.

 

Cartwright, Keith. Sacral Grooves, Limbo Gateways: Travels in Deep Southern Time, Circum-Caribbean Space, Afro-creole Authority. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4599-4.

 

Cassanello, Robert. To Render Invisible: Jim Crow and Public Life in New South Jacksonville. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-4419-4

 

Cecelski, David S. The Fire of Freedom: Abraham Galloway and the Slaves’ Civil War.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-0-8078-3566-1.

 

Chakkalakal, Tess, and Kenneth W. Warren, eds.  Jim Crow, Literature, and the Legacy of Sutton E. Griggs.  University of Georgia Press.  978-0-8203-4598-7.

 

Chambers, Douglas B., ed. Personal Souths: Interviews from the Southern Quarterly. University Press of Mississippi. 978-1-61703-291-2.

 

Chirhart, Ann & Kathleen Ann Clark. Georgia Women: Their Lives and Times.  University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-3784-5.


Clabough, Casey. Inhabiting Contemporary Southern and Appalachian Literature: Region and Place in the Twenty First Century.  University Press of Florida 978-0-8130-4173-5.

 

Crawford, Michael J. The Having of Negroes is become a Burden: The Quaker Struggle to Free Slaves in Revolutionary North Carolina. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3470-6.

 

Cypert, Thomas Jefferson. Tried Men and True or Union Life in Dixie. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1750-8.

 

Daniels, Maurice C. Saving the Soul of Georgia: Donald Hollowell and the Struggle for Civil Rights. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4596-3.

 

Danielson, Chris. After Freedom Summer: How Race Realigned Mississippi Politics, 1965-1986. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3738-7.

 

Davis, David A., and Tara Powell, eds.  Writing in the Kitchen:  Essays on Southern Literature and Foodways.  University Press of Mississippi.  978-1-62846-023-0

 


DeChaine, D. Robert. Border Rhetorics: Citizenship Identity on the US-Mexico Frontier. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-5716-0.

 

Din, Gilbert C. War on the Gulf Coast: The Spanish Fight against William Augustus Bowles. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3752-3.

 

Eamon, Tom. The Making of a Southern Democracy: North Carolina Politics From Kerr Scott to Pat McCrory.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0697-2.

 

Efford, Alison Clark. German Immigrants, Race, and Citizenship in the Civil War Era. Cambridge University Press. 978-1-107-03193-7.

 

Ferris, Marcie Cohen.  The Edible South:  The Power of Food and the Making of an American Region.  University of North Carolina Press.  978-1-4696-1768-8.

 

Ferris, William. The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0754-2.

 

Fickle, James E. Green Gold: Alabama’s Forests and Forest Industries. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1813-0.

 

Flynt, Wayne. Keeping the Faith: Ordinary people, Extraordinary Lives. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1754-6.

 

Gitin, Maria. This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Fight.  University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1817-8.

 

Gleeson, David T. The Green and the Gray: The Irish in the Confederate States of America.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0756-6.

 

Hadden, Sally E. and Patricia Hagler Minter, eds. Signposts: New Directions in Southern Legal History. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4499-7.

 

Harper, Keith, Ed. Through a Glass Darkly: Contested Notions of Baptist Identity. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-5712-2.

 

Hess, Earl J. Kennesaw Mountain: Sherman, Johnston, and the Atlanta Campaign.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0211-0

 

Hoges, John O.  Delta Fragments: The Recollections of a Sharecropper’s Son. University of Tennessee Press. 978-1-57233-570-X.

 

Hollars, B.J. Opening the Doors: The Desegregation of the University of Alabama and the Fight for Civil Rights in Tuscaloosa. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1792-8.

 

Holloway, Jonathan Scott. Jim Crow Wisdom: Memory & Identity in Black America Since 1940.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-1070-2.

 

Homestead, Melissa J and Pamela T Washington. E.D.E.N. Southworth: Recovering a Nineteenth-Century Popular Novelist. The University of Tennessee Press. 978-1-57233-867-8.

 

Horning, Audrey. Ireland in the Virginian Sea: Colonialism in the British Atlantic. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-1072-6.

 

Huber, Patrick, Steve Goodson, and David M. Anderson. The Hank Williams Reader. Oxford University Press. 978-0-19-974319-3.

 

Hustwit, William P. James J. Kilpatrick: Salesman for Segregation. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0213-4.

 

Jackson, Harvey H. The Rise and Decline of the Redneck Riviera: An Insider's History of the Florida-Alabama Coast. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-3400-4.

 

Janney, Caroline E. Remembering the Civil War: Reunion and the Limits of Reconciliation. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0706-1.

 

Jones-Branch, Cherisse.  Crossing the Line:  Women's Interracial Activism in South Carolina during and after World War II.  University Press of Florida.  978-0-8130-4925-0

 

K’meyer, Tracey E. From Brown to Meredith: The Long Struggle for School Desegregation in Louisville, Kentucky, 1954-2007.  University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0708-5.

 

Kelbaugh, Ross J. Maryland’s Civil War Photographs: The Sesquicentennial Collection. Maryland Historical Society. 978-0-9842135-1-1.

 

Kelly, Kenneth G. and Meredith D. Hardy. French Colonial Archeology in the Southeast and Caribbean. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3680-9.

 

Kreyling, Michael. A Late Encounter with the Civil War. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4657-8.

 

La Vere, David. The Tuscarora War: Indians, Settlers, and the Fight for the Carolina Colonies. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-1090-0.

 

Leak, Jeffrey B. Visible Man: The Life of Henry Dumas. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-2780-6.

 

Lees, William B., and Frederick P. Gaske.  Recalling Deeds Immortal:  Florida Monuments to the Civil War.  University Press of Florida.  ISBN:  978-0-8130-4996-0.

 

Link, William A. Atlanta Cradle of the New South: Race and Remembering in the Civil War’s Aftermath. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0776-4.

 

Link, William A. Link: My Family in American History. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3794-3.

 

McKinney, Gordon B. Henry W. Blair’s Campaign to Reform America: From the Civil War to the U.S. Senate.  University Press of Kentucky. 978-0-8131-4087-2.

 

Millett, Nathaniel.  The Maroons of Prospect Bluff and Their Quest for Freedom in the Atlantic World.  University Press of Florida.  978-0-8130-4454-5.

 

Mitchell, Dennis J.  A New History of Mississippi.  University Press of Mississippi.  978-1-61703-976-8.

 

Murray, John E. The Charleston Orphan House: Children's Lives in the First Public Orphanage in America. University of Chicago Press. 978-0-226-12409-0

 

Nelson, Megan Kate. Ruin Nation: Destruction and the American Civil War. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-3397-7.

 

O'Malley, Gregory E.  Final Passages:  The Intercolonial Slave Trade of British America, 1619-1807.  Univeristy of North Carolina Press.  978-1-4696-1534-9

 

Paredes, J. Anthony and Judith Knight, eds. Red Eagle’s Children: Weatherford vs Weatherford et al. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1770-6.

 

Pecknold, Diane. Ed. Hidden in the Mix; The African American Presence in Country Music.  Duke University Press. 978-0-8223-5163-4.

 

Peeples, Edward H., with Nancy MacLean.  Scalawag:  A White Southerner's Journey Through Segregation to Human Rights Activism.  University of Virginia Press.  978-0-8139-3539-3.

 

Pressley. Paul M. On the Rim of the Carribean: Colonial Georgia and the British Atlantic World. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4503-2

 

Puckett, Dan J. In the Shadow of Hitler: Alabama’s Jews, the Second World War, and the Holocaust. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1328-9.

  

Quist, John W. and Michael J. Birkner, eds. James Buchanan and the Coming of the Civil War. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-4426-2.

 

Rankin, Tom. One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-0740-5.

 

Ritchie, Fiona, and Doug Orr.  Wayfaring Strangers:  The Musical Voyage from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia.  University of North Carolina Press.  978-1-4696-1822-7.

 

Rivers, Christina R. The Congressional Black Caucus, Minority Voting Rights, and the U.S. Supreme Court. University of Michigan Press. 978-0-472-11810-6.

 

Rucker, Brian. Treasures of the Panhandle: A Journey through West Florida. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3760-8.

 

Saugera, Eric. Trans. Madeleine Velguth. Reborn in America: French Exiles in the United States and the Vine and Olive Adventure. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1723-2.

 

Sayre, Gordon M and Carla Zecher, eds. The Memoir of Lieutenant Dumont, 1715-1747. A Sojourner in the French Atlantic. University of North Carolina Press. 978-0-8078-3722-1.

 

Schafer, Daniel L. Thunder on the River: The Civil War in Northeast Florida. University Press of Florida.  978-0-8130-3419-5.

 

Schwarz, Philip J. Gabriel's Conspiracy: A Documentary History. University of Virginia Press. 978-0-8139-3295-8.

 

Shaw, Jenny. Everyday Life in the Early English Caribbean: Irish, Africans, and the Construction of Difference. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4662-5.

 

Shelton, Allen C. Where the North Sea Touches Alabama. University of Chicago Press. 978-0-226-07322-4.

 

Sheppard, Jonathan C. By the Noble Daring of Her Sons: The Florida Brigade of the Army of Tennessee.  University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1707-2.

 

Smith, Jon. Finding Purple America: The South and the Future of American Cultural Studies. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4526-0.

 

Sojourner, Sue with Cheryl Reitan. Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi. University of Kentucky Press. 978-0-8131-4093-3.

 

Swindall, Lindsey R. The Path to the Greater, Freer, Truer World: Southern Civil Rights and Anticolonialism, 1937-1955. Universirty Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-4922-2.


Talley, Sharon. Southern Women Novelists and the Civil War: Trauma and Collective Memory in the American Literary Tradition Since 1861. University of Tennessee Press. 978-1-62190-013-9.

 

Thomas, Karen Kruse. Deluxe Jim Crow: Civil Rights and American Health Policy, 1935-1954. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-3016-7.

 

Thomas, Lynnell L.  Desire and Disaster in New Orleans:  Tourism, Race, and Historical Memory.  Duke University Press.  978-0-8223-5728-3.

 


Trolander, Judith Ann. From Sun Cities to the Villages: A History of Active Adult, Age-Restricted Communities. University Press of Florida. 978-0-8130-3604-5.

 

Vaughn, J. Barry. Bishops, Bourbons, and Big Mules: A History of the Episcopal Church in Alabama.  University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1811-6.

 

Waid, Candace. The Signifying Eye: Seeing Faulkner’s Art.  University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4316-7.

 

Wald, Alan M. Alerican Night: The Literary Left in the Era of the Cold War. University of North Carolina Press. 978-0-8078-3586-9.

 

Watson, Jay. Reading for the Body: The Recalcitrant Materiality of Southern Fiction, 1893 – 1985. University of Georgia Press. 978-0-8203-4338-9.

 

Wiggins, Sarah Woolfolk and Ruth Smith Truss, eds. The Journal of Sarah Haynsworth Gayle, 1827 – 1855: A Substitute for Social Intercourse. University of Alabama Press. 978-0-8173-1333-3.

 

Williams, David. I Freed Myself: African-American Self-Emancipation in the Civil War. Cambridge University Press. 978-1-107-60249-6.

 

Wilson, Thomas D. The Oglethorpe Plan: Enlightenment Design in Savannah and Beyond. University of Virginia Press. 978-0-8139-3290-3.

 

Wolfram, Walt and Jeffrey Reaser. Talkin’ Tarheel: How Our Voices Tell the Story of North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press. 978-1-4696-1436-6.

 

Worth, John E., ed. and trans.  Discovering Florida:  First-Contact Narratives from Spanish Expeditions along the Lower Gulf Coast.  University Press of Florida.  978-0-8130-4988-5