Spring 2000 Southern Historian - Table of Contents
The University of Alabama is pleased to announce the publication of the Spring 2000 Southern Historian. The Southern Historian is an annual journal of southern history and culture edited and produced entirely by graduate students from the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.
The Spring 2000 Southern Historian includes the following articles:
Forgive Us Our Transgressions: Rule and Misrule in Antebellum Southern Schools by Jan Price Greenough, University of California Berkeley
Slavery, Secession, and the Old School Presbyterians: James Henly Thornwell and Charles Hodge on the Relationship between Church and State by James M. Albritton, The University of Alabama
Symbols of Freedom and Defeat: African American Soldiers, White Southerners, and the Christmas Insurrection Scare of 1865 by Chad Williams, Princeton University
Charles Johnson and the Sociology of Race Relations by Todd Lee, Georgia State University
This issue also includes over 50 book reviews and a book review index for Southern Historian, vols. I-XX.
If you would like to purchase a copy of this issue, please send $7.50 to: Southern Historian, The University of Alabama, Box 870212, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0212. Limited quantities of previous issues are available. Please contact the Southern Historian office at 205-348-1868 for price and availability.
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