The University of Alabama is pleased to announce publication of the Spring 2001 Southern Historian
"The Principle of Liberation: Henry P. Moore's Civil War Photographs of African Americans"
Michelle Lamunière, Boston University
"From the Cotton Field to the Great Waterway: African Americans and the Muscle Shoals Project during World War I"
Victoria Ott, University of Tennessee
"Something Lost: The Black Farmer and the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service Before, During, and After Integration"
T. Robert Hart, University of Alabama
"Proud to Lend My Name and Whatever Strength I Have: U.S. Senator Carter Glass and World War II Interventionism"
Christopher John Bright, The George Washington University
This issue also includes fifty book reviews on the latest historical scholarship.
Southern Historian is an annual journal of southern history and culture edited and produced entirely by graduate student from the United States, Europe, and Canada. Contributions are welcome from active graduate students. For further information please visit our web site at
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