Southernhistory.net is meant to provide an opportunity to post work that languishes in a file folder, floppy disc or CD Rohm after a presentation or college seminar. It is not uncommon that good history papers do not get published in paper and ink journals, but that does not mean such projects are necessarily beyond the pale.
Southernhistory.net will post submissions at no cost. Articles can then gain a measure of exposure they might otherwise not receive. Southernhistory.net is not meant as a consolation prize but a genuine opportunity for authors to have their work read and debated. A search engine allows for quick access to information. The feedback section allows for considered criticism of posted articles and of the site itself.
This is a note to let you know that I am still soliciting articles from professors, graduate students, knowledgeable laypersons, historic preservationists, public historians and specialists in cultural resource management or historic archaeology.
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