Volume 82, Number 1, February 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Dysplacement and Southern History

pp. 7-26
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Indian Country to Slave Country: The Transformation of Natchez during the American Revolution

pp. 27-58
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Region, Religion, and Competing Visions of Mountain Mission Education in the Ozarks

pp. 59-96
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Consolidating Support for a Law “Incapable of Enforcement”: Segregation on Tennessee Streetcars, 1900–1930

pp. 97-126
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Book Reviews

Empire of Cotton: A Global History by Sven Beckert (review)

pp. 127-130
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Louisiana and the Gulf South Frontier, 1500–1821 by F. Todd Smith (review)

pp. 130-131
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La Florida: Five Hundred Years of Hispanic Presence ed. by Viviana Díaz Balsera, Rachel A. May (review)

pp. 131-133
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Brothers Born of One Mother: British–Native American Relations in the Colonial Southeast by Michelle LeMaster (review)

pp. 133-134
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The Cherokee Struggle to Maintain Identity in the 17th and 18th Centuries by William R. Reynolds Jr. (review)

pp. 134-135
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Ethnic Cleansing and the Indian: The Crime That Should Haunt America by Gary Clayton Anderson (review)

pp. 135-136
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The Antipedo Baptists of Georgetown County, South Carolina, 1710–2010 by Roy Talbert Jr., Meggan A. Farish (review)

pp. 137-138
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In Subjection: Church Discipline in the Early American South, 1760–1830 by Jessica Madison (review)

pp. 138-139
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George Galphin and the Transformation of the Georgia–South Carolina Backcountry by Michael P. Morris (review)

pp. 139-140
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The World of the Revolutionary American Republic: Land, Labor, and the Conflict for a Continent ed. by Andrew Shankman (review)

pp. 140-142
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William Washington, American Light Dragoon: A Continental Cavalry Leader in the War of Independence by Daniel Murphy (review)

pp. 142-143
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Founding Visions: The Ideas, Individuals, and Intersections That Created America by Lance Banning (review)

pp. 143-145
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Amelioration and Empire: Progress and Slavery in the Plantation Americas by Christa Dierksheide (review)

pp. 145-146
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“We Never Retreat”: Filibustering Expeditions into Spanish Texas, 1812–1822 by Ed Bradley (review)

pp. 146-147
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The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series. Vol. 10: 1 May 1816 to 18 January 1817 ed. by J. Jefferson Looney et al., and: The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series. Vol. 11: 19 January 1817 to 31 August 1817 ed. by J. Jefferson Looney et al. (review)

pp. 147-149
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Creole City: A Chronicle of Early American New Orleans by Nathalie Dessens (review)

pp. 149-150
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Caribbean Crossing: African Americans and the Haitian Emigration Movement by Sara Fanning (review)

pp. 151-152
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Cherokee Newspapers, 1828–1906: Tribal Voice of a People in Transition by Cullen Joe Holland (review)

pp. 152-153
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Bishops, Bourbons, and Big Mules: A History of the Episcopal Church in Alabama by J. Barry Vaughn (review)

pp. 153-154
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Nat Turner and the Rising in Southampton County by David F. Allmendinger Jr. (review)

pp. 154-155
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Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad by Eric Foner (review)

pp. 155-156
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Oberlin, Hotbed of Abolitionism: College, Community, and the Fight for Freedom and Equality in Antebellum America by J. Brent Morris (review)

pp. 157-158
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Intellectual Manhood: University, Self, and Society in the Antebellum South by Timothy J. Williams (review)

pp. 158-159
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The Father of Virginia Military Institute: A Biography of Colonel J. T. L. Preston, CSA by Randolph P. Shaffner (review)

pp. 159-160
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Two Armies on the Rio Grande: The First Campaign of the U.S.-Mexican War by Douglas A. Murphy (review)

pp. 160-161
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Discovering Texas History ed. by Bruce A. Glasrud, Light Townsend Cummins, Cary D. Wintz (review)

pp. 162-163
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Kentucky Women: Their Lives and Times ed. by Melissa A. McEuen, Thomas H. Appleton Jr. (review)

pp. 163-165
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The Lives of Chang and Eng: Siam’s Twins in Nineteenth-Century America by Joseph Andrew Orser (review)

pp. 165-166
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Gone to the Grave: Burial Customs of the Arkansas Ozarks, 1850–1950 by Abby Burnett (review)

p. 167
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Challenges on the Emmaus Road: Episcopal Bishops Confront Slavery, Civil War, and Emancipation by T. Felder Dorn (review)

pp. 168-169
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Bishop McIlvaine, Slavery, Britain and the Civil War by Richard W. Smith (review)

pp. 169-170
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The Mississippi Secession Convention: Delegates and Deliberations in Politics and War, 1861–1865 by Timothy B. Smith (review)

pp. 170-171
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To Live and Die in Dixie: Native Northerners Who Fought for the Confederacy by David Ross Zimring (review)

pp. 171-172
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African Canadians in Union Blue: Volunteering for the Cause in the Civil War by Richard M. Reid (review)

pp. 173-174
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Marching Masters: Slavery, Race, and the Confederate Army during the Civil War by Colin Edward Woodward (review)

pp. 174-175
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Jubal Early: Robert E. Lee’s “Bad Old Man.” by Benjamin Franklin Cooling III (review)

pp. 175-176
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Crucible of Command: Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee—The War They Fought, the Peace They Forged by William C. Davis (review)

pp. 176-177
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Surveillance and Spies in the Civil War: Exposing Confederate Conspiracies in America’s Heartland by Stephen E. Towne (review)

pp. 177-179
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Shiloh: Conquer or Perish by Timothy B. Smith (review)

pp. 179-180
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Work for Giants: The Campaign and Battle of Tupelo/Harrisburg, Mississippi, June–July, 1864 by Thomas E. Parson (review)

pp. 180-181
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The Blue, the Gray, and the Green: Toward an Environmental History of the Civil War ed. by Brian Allen Drake (review)

pp. 181-183
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Lincoln’s Dilemma: Blair, Sumner, and the Republican Struggle over Racism and Equality in the Civil War Era by Paul D. Escott (review)

pp. 183-184
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Emancipation, the Union Army, and the Reelection of Abraham Lincoln by Jonathan W. White (review)

pp. 184-185
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The Port Royal Experiment: A Case Study in Development by Kevin Dougherty (review)

pp. 185-186
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The Rebel Yell: A Cultural History by Craig A. Warren (review)

pp. 186-187
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Stories of the South: Race and the Reconstruction of Southern Identity, 1865–1915 by K. Stephen Prince (review)

pp. 187-189
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Fort Worth: Outpost, Cowtown, Boomtown by Harold Rich (review)

pp. 189-190
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A Forgotten Sisterhood: Pioneering Black Women Educators and Activists in the Jim Crow South by Audrey Thomas McCluskey (review)

pp. 190-191
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Madam Belle: Sex, Money, and Influence in a Southern Brothel by Maryjean Wall (review)

pp. 191-192
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Southern Ladies and Suffragists: Julia Ward Howe and Women’s Rights at the 1884 New Orleans World’s Fair by Miki Pfeffer (review)

pp. 192-193
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Miss Mary’s Money: Fortune and Misfortune in a North Carolina Plantation Family, 1760–1924 by H. G. Jones (review)

p. 194
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The Devil Is Here in These Hills: West Virginia’s Coal Miners and Their Battle for Freedom by James Green (review)

pp. 194-196
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Schooling Jim Crow: The Fight for Atlanta’s Booker T. Washington High School and the Roots of Black Protest Politics by Jay Winston Driskell Jr., Carter G. Woodson (review)

pp. 196-197
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A Home for Wayward Boys: The Early History of the Alabama Boys’ Industrial School by Jerry C. Armor (review)

pp. 197-198
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Until You Are Dead Dead Dead: The Hanging of Albert Edwin Batson by Jim Bradshaw, Danielle Miller (review)

pp. 198-199
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Taking on Theodore Roosevelt: How One Senator Defied the President on Brownsville and Shook American Politics by Harry Lembeck (review)

pp. 199-201
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Our Fighting Governor: The Life of Thomas M. Campbell and the Politics of Progressive Reform in Texas by Janet Schmelzer (review)

pp. 201-202
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Banking in Oklahoma, 1907–2000 by Michael J. Hightower (review)

pp. 202-203
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The Great Call-Up: The Guard, the Border, and the Mexican Revolution by Charles H. Harris III, Louis R. Sadler (review)

pp. 203-204
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For the Kingdom and the Power: The Big Money Swindle That Spread Hate Across America by Dale W. Laackman (review)

pp. 204-205
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Ancestors of Worthy Life: Plantation Slavery and Black Heritage at Mount Clare by Teresa S. Moyer (review)

pp. 205-206
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The Warm Springs Story: Legacy and Legend by F. Martin Harmon (review)

pp. 206-207
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Winning the War for Democracy: The March on Washington Movement, 1941–1946 by David Lucander (review)

pp. 207-209
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A Step toward Brown v. Board of Education: Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and Her Fight to End Segregation by Cheryl Elizabeth Brown Wattley (review)

pp. 209-210
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Nation Within a Nation: The American South and the Federal Government ed. by Glenn Feldman (review)

pp. 210-211
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LBJ and Grassroots Federalism: Congressman Bob Poage, Race, and Change in Texas by Robert Harold Duke (review)

pp. 211-212
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The Political Career of W. Kerr Scott: The Squire from Haw River by Julian M. Pleasants (review)

pp. 213-214
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America’s Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation by Grant Wacker (review)

pp. 214-215
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In Remembrance of Emmett Till: Regional Stories and Media Responses to the Black Freedom Struggle by Darryl Mace (review)

pp. 215-216
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Ed King’s Mississippi: Behind the Scenes of Freedom Summer ed. by Rev. Ed King, Trent Watts (review)

pp. 216-217
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Revolutionizing Expectations: Women’s Organizations, Feminism, and American Politics, 1965–1980 by Melissa Estes Blair (review)

pp. 217-219
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Baptized in PCBs: Race, Pollution, and Justice in an All-American Town by Ellen Griffith Spears (review)

pp. 219-220
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Displacing Democracy: Economic Segregation in America by Amy Widestrom (review)

pp. 220-221
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Guatemala-U.S. Migration: Transforming Regions by Susanne Jonas, Nestor Rodríguez (review)

pp. 221-222
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Desire and Disaster in New Orleans: Tourism, Race, and Historical Memory by Lynnell L. Thomas (review)

pp. 223-224
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Blessed Assurance: The Life and Art of Horton Foote by Marion Castleberry (review)

pp. 224-225
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The Historian behind the History: Conversations with Southern Historians ed. by Megan L. Bever, Scott A. Suarez (review)

pp. 225-226
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 227-230
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