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  New Series, Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2009

Table of Contents

From: West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional Studies

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Articles

Charles Ambler’s Sectionalism in Virginia: An Appreciation

pp. 1-35
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“This Bastard New Virginia”: Slavery, West Virginia Exceptionalism, and the Secession Crisis

pp. 37-56
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The View from the Border: West Virginia Republicans and Women’s Rights in the Age of Emancipation

pp. 57-80
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Dialect Research in Appalachia: A Family Case Study

pp. 81-107
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Book Reviews

African Cherokees in Indian Territory: From Chattel to Citizens (review)

pp. 109-110
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Women, Work, and Family in the Antebellum Mountain South (review)

pp. 111-112
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Making a Living: Work and Environment in the United States (review)

pp. 112-114
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Women Shaping the South: Creating and Confronting Change (review)

pp. 114-115
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Rugby, Tennessee: Some Account of the Settlement Founded on the Cumberland Plateau (review)

pp. 116-117
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Mountaineers Are Free: A History of the West Virginia National Guard (review)

pp. 117-119
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Monongah: The Tragic Story of the Worst Industrial Accident in US History (review)

pp. 119-121
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Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War (review)

pp. 121-122
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Entrepreneurs in the Southern Upcountry: Commercial Culture in Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1845–1880 (review)

pp. 123-124
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Two Continents, One Culture: The Scotch-Irish in Southern Appalachia (review)

pp. 124-126
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Race, War, and Remembrance in the Appalachian South (review)

pp. 126-128
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A Concise History of Kentucky (review)

pp. 128-129
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Freedom for Themselves: North Carolina’s Black Soldiers in the Civil War Era (review)

pp. 129-131
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