Volume 2, Number 3/4, 1996

Table of Contents

From: Southern Cultures

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Front Porch

pp. 277-279
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Articles

Essay

Looking Back

pp. 281-293
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Tupelo, Mississippi: Place and Name

pp. 295-313
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Twistin' at the Fais Do-Do: The Roots of South Louisiana's Swamp Pop Music

pp. 315-328
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"Where the Sun Set Crimson and the Moon Rose Red": Writing Appalachia and the Kentucky Mountain Feuds

pp. 329-352
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The Affable Journalist as Social Critic: Ben Robertson and the Early Twentieth-Century South

pp. 353-373
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The Novel as Social History: Erskine Caldwell's God's Little Acre and Class Relations in the New South

pp. 375-392
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Reviews

And Gently He Shall Lead Them: Robert Parris Moses and Civil Rights in Mississippi, and: Local People: The Struggle For Civil Rights in Mississippi (review)

pp. 393-397
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The Confederate Republic: A Revolution Against Politics (review)

pp. 397-400
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Conflict of Interests: Organized Labor and the Civil Rights Movement in the South, 1954-1968 (review)

pp. 400-401
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William Friday: Power, Purpose, and American Higher Education (review)

pp. 402-406
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Black Charlestonians: A Social History, 1822-1885 (review)

pp. 406-408
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Good Country People: An Irregular Journal of the Cultures of Eastern North Carolina, and: Plankhouse (review)

pp. 409-411
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Living Monuments: Confederate Soldiers' Homes in the New South (review)

pp. 411-413
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At the Falls: Richmond, Virginia, and Its People (review)

pp. 413-415
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The Fish Factory: Work and Meaning for Black and White Fishermen of the American Menhaden Industry (review)

pp. 415-416
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High Lonesome: The Story of Bluegrass Music (review)

pp. 417-420
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Features

South Polls

Happy New Year!

pp. 421-423
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Southward, Ho!

Swampland Jewels: Louisiana's Goldband Collection Comes to the University of North Carolina

pp. 426-440
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Not Forgotten

Porch-Sitting as a Creative Southern Tradition

pp. 441-460
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Contents for Volumes 1-2

pp. 461-467
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About the Contributors and Editors

pp. 469-471
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