restricted access   Volume 5, Number 2, Summer 1999

Table of Contents

From: Southern Cultures

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Front Porch

pp. 1-4
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Essays

"We were the Snopeses": A Writer and Her Piedmont

pp. 5-19
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The Souths of Sterling A. Brown

pp. 20-45
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"A Piece of Your Own": The Tenant Purchase Program in Claiborne County

pp. 46-63
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Reimagining the North-South Reunion: Southern Women Novelists and the Intersectional Romance, 1876-1900

pp. 64-91
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Reviews

A Man in Full (review)

pp. 92-96
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Don't Touch That Dial Carolina Radio Since the 1920s (review)

pp. 96-99
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Manchac Swamp Louisiana's Undiscovered Wilderness (review)

pp. 100-102
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Civil Rights Chronicle Letters from the South (review)

pp. 103-104
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Gendered Strife and Confusion The Political Culture of Reconstruction (review)

pp. 105-107
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William Gilmore Simms and the American Frontier, and: From Nationalism to Secessionism The Changing Fiction of William Gilmore Simms (review)

pp. 107-112
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Chuck Guillory, Grand Texas, and: Wade Frugé, Old Style Cajun Music (review)

p. 113
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Dock Boggs, His Folkways Years, 1963-1968 (review)

p. 114
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I Can't Be Satisfied: Early American Women Blues Singers—Town & Country (vols. 1 and 2) (review)

pp. 114-115
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Bob Holt, Got a Little Home To Go To (review)

p. 115
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South Polls

Where is the South?

pp. 116-118
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About the Contributors

p. 119
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