Volume 83, Number 1, February 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

The Southern Social Network

pp. 7-36
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Mothers’ Milk: Slavery, Wet-Nursing, and Black and White Women in the Antebellum South

pp. 37-68
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The Irony of Confederate Diplomacy: Visions of Empire, the Monroe Doctrine, and the Quest for Nationhood

pp. 69-106
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Mothers Against Jesse in Congress: Grassroots Maternalism and the Cultural Politics of the AIDS Crisis in North Carolina

pp. 107-140
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Book Reviews

Exploring Southeastern Archaeology ed. by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock (review)

pp. 141-143
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Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570–1740 by Mark G. Hanna (review)

pp. 143-144
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Embracing Protestantism: Black Identities in the Atlantic World by John W. Catron (review)

pp. 144-146
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The Travelers’ Charleston: Accounts of Charleston and Lowcountry, South Carolina, 1666–1861 ed. by Jennie Holton Fant (review)

pp. 146-147
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This Torrent of Indians: War on the Southern Frontier, 1715–1728 by Larry E. Ivers (review)

pp. 147-148
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Home Rule: Households, Manhood, and National Expansion on the Eighteenth-Century Kentucky Frontier by Honor Sachs (review)

pp. 148-149
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George Washington Written Upon the Land: Nature, Memory, Myth, and Landscape by Philip Levy (review)

pp. 149-150
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First Entrepreneur: How George Washington Built His—and the Nation’s—Prosperity by Edward G. Lengel (review)

pp. 150-151
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Otho Holland Williams in the American Revolution by John H. Beakes (review)

pp. 152-153
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America at the Ballot Box: Elections and Political History ed. by Gareth Davies and Julian E. Zelizer (review)

pp. 153-154
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Slave Against Slave: Plantation Violence in the Old South by Jeff Forret (review)

pp. 155-156
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Building the Land of Dreams: New Orleans and the Transformation of Early America by Eberhard L. Faber (review)

pp. 156-157
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Seeds of Empire: Cotton, Slavery, and the Transformation of the Texas Borderlands, 1800–1850 by Andrew J. Torget (review)

pp. 157-158
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Meriwether Lewis: The Assassination of an American Hero and the Silver Mines of Mexico by Kira Gale, and: The Unknown Travels and Dubious Pursuits of William Clark by Jo Ann Trogdon (review)

pp. 159-160
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Dividing the Union: Jesse Burgess Thomas and the Making of the Missouri Compromise by Matthew W. Hall (review)

pp. 160-162
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Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormon Became Famous Indians by Angela Pulley Hudson (review)

pp. 162-163
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Records of the Moravians Among the Cherokees, Volume 6: March to Removal, Part 1, Safe in Ancestral Homeland, 1821–1824 ed. by C. Daniel Crews and Richard W. Starbuck (review)

pp. 163-164
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Rivers of Sand: Creek Indian Emigration, Relocation, and Ethnic Cleansing in the American South by Christopher D. Haveman (review)

pp. 164-165
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The One-Party Presidential Contest: Adams, Jackson, and 1824’s Five-Horse Race by Donald Ratcliffe (review)

pp. 165-167
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The Land Shall Be Deluged in Blood: A New History of the Nat Turner Revolt by Patrick H. Breen (review)

pp. 167-168
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Stealing Freedom Along the Mason-Dixon Line: Thomas McCreary, the Notorious Slave Catcher from Maryland by Milt Diggins (review)

pp. 168-169
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Journey to Texas, 1833 by Detlef Dunt (review)

pp. 169-170
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Texas Clay: 19th-Century Stoneware Pottery from the Bayou Bend Collection by Amy Kurlander (review)

pp. 170-171
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Enduring Truths: Sojourner’s Shadows and Substance by Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby (review)

pp. 171-173
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Eating in the Side Room: Food, Archaeology, and African American Identity by Mark S. Warner (review)

pp. 173-174
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Damn Yankees!: Demonization and Defiance in the Confederate South by George C. Rable (review)

pp. 174-175
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Unequal Freedoms: Ethnicity, Race, and White Supremacy in Civil War–Era Charleston by Jeff Strickland, and: Working on the Dock of the Bay: Labor and Enterprise in an Antebellum Southern Port by Michael D. Thompson (review)

pp. 175-177
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Against the Grain: Colonel Henry M. Lazelle and the U.S. Army by James Carson (review)

pp. 178-179
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Citizen-Officers: The Union and Confederate Volunteer Junior Officer Corps in the American Civil War by Andrew S. Bledsoe (review)

pp. 179-180
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Defining Duty in the Civil War: Personal Choice, Popular Culture, and the Union Home Front by J. Matthew Gallman (review)

pp. 180-181
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The Old North State at War: The North Carolina Civil War Atlas by Mark Anderson Moore, Jessica A. Bandel, and Michael Hill (review)

pp. 181-182
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Border Wars: The Civil War in Tennessee and Kentucky ed. by Kent T. Dollar, Larry H. Whiteaker, and W. Calvin Dickinson (review)

pp. 182-183
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“Forward My Brave Boys!”: A History of the 11th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., 1861–1865 by M. Todd Cathey and Gary W. Waddey (review)

pp. 184-185
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Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the American Civil War by Guy R. Hasegawa (review)

pp. 185-186
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Excommunicated from the Union: How the Civil War Created a Separate Catholic America by William B. Kurtz (review)

pp. 186-188
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The World the Civil War Made ed. by Gregory P. Downs and Kate Masur (review)

pp. 188-190
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Gold and Freedom: The Political Economy of Reconstruction by Nicolas Barreyre (review)

pp. 190-191
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Inventing Custer: The Making of an American Legend by Edward Caudill and Paul Ashdown (review)

pp. 191-192
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Indian River Lagoon: An Environmental History by Nathaniel Osborn (review)

pp. 192-193
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The History of Beaufort County, South Carolina, Volume 3: Bridging the Sea Islands’ Past and Present, 1893–2006 by Lawrence S. Rowland and Stephen R. Wise (review)

pp. 193-195
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Hear My Sad Story: The True Tales That Inspired “Stagolee,” “John Henry,” and Other Traditional American Folk Songs by Richard Polenberg (review)

pp. 195-196
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The Cotton Kings: Capitalism and Corruption in Turn-of-the-Century New York and New Orleans by Bruce E. Baker and Barbara Hahn (review)

pp. 196-197
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Inherit the Holy Mountain: Religion and the Rise of American Environmentalism by Mark R. Stoll (review)

pp. 197-199
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Understanding Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice by David Pilgrim (review)

pp. 199-200
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African American and Cherokee Nurses in Appalachia: A History, 1900–1965 by Phoebe Ann Pollitt (review)

pp. 200-201
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Uplift Cinema: The Emergence of African American Film and the Possibility of Black Modernity by Allyson Nadia Field (review)

pp. 201-202
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Reinventing Dixie: Tin Pan Alley’s Songs and the Creation of the Mythic South by John Bush Jones (review)

pp. 203-204
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Smokestacks in the Hills: Rural-Industrial Workers in West Virginia by Lou Martin (review)

pp. 204-205
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Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910 by Julie M. Weise (review)

pp. 205-207
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Mississippians in the Great War: Selected Letters ed. by Anne L. Webster (review)

pp. 207-208
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Hittin’ the Prayer Bones: Materiality of Spirit in the Pentecostal South by Anderson Blanton (review)

pp. 208-209
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Kansas City Lightning: The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker by Stanley Crouch, and: Bird: The Life and Music of Charlie Parker by Chuck Haddix (review)

pp. 209-211
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Southern Tufts: The Regional Origins and National Craze for Chenille Fashion by Ashley Callahan (review)

pp. 211-212
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Irrepressible: The Jazz Age Life of Henrietta Bingham by Emily Bingham (review)

pp. 212-213
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No Depression in Heaven: The Great Depression, the New Deal, and the Transformation of Religion in the Delta by Alison Collis Greene (review)

pp. 213-214
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Landscapes of Exclusion: State Parks and Jim Crow in the American South by William E. O’Brien (review)

pp. 215-216
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Allie Victoria Tennant and the Visual Arts in Dallas by Light Townsend Cummins (review)

pp. 216-217
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No Jim Crow Church: The Origins of South Carolina’s Bahá’í Community by Louis Venters (review)

pp. 217-218
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Becoming Belafonte: Black Artist, Public Radical by Judith E. Smith (review)

pp. 218-219
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William F. Winter and the New Mississippi: A Biography by Charles C. Bolton (review)

pp. 219-221
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Lady Bird and Lyndon: The Hidden Story of a Marriage That Made a President by Betty Boyd Caroli (review)

pp. 221-222
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Brown v. Board and the Transformation of American Culture: Education and the South in the Age of Desegregation by Ben Keppel (review)

pp. 222-223
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Loren Miller: Civil Rights Attorney and Journalist by Amina Hassan (review)

pp. 223-224
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Joe T. Patterson and the White South’s Dilemma: Evolving Resistance to Black Advancement by Robert E. Luckett (review)

pp. 224-226
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Unjust Deeds: The Restrictive Covenant Cases and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement by Jeffrey D. Gonda (review)

pp. 226-227
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Fighting for Total Person Unionism: Harold Gibbons, Ernest Calloway, and Working-Class Citizenship by Robert Bussel (review)

pp. 227-228
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The American South and the Vietnam War: Belligerence, Protest, and Agony in Dixie by Joseph A. Fry (review)

pp. 229-230
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Right to Revolt: The Crusade for Racial Justice in Mississippi’s Central Piney Woods by Patricia Michelle Boyett (review)

pp. 230-231
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The War on Poverty: A New Grassroots History, 1964–1980 ed. by Annelise Orleck and Lisa Gayle Hazirjian (review)

pp. 231-233
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Pesticides, a Love Story: America’s Enduring Embrace of Dangerous Chemicals by Michelle Mart (review)

pp. 233-234
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Challenge and Change: Right-Wing Women, Grassroots Activism, and the Baby Boom Generation by June Melby Benowitz (review)

pp. 235-236
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The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s by Kenneth Robert Janken (review)

pp. 236-237
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Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right by Seth Dowland (review)

pp. 237-238
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Salvation with a Smile: Joel Osteen, Lakewood Church, and American Christianity by Phillip Luke Sinitiere (review)

pp. 238-240
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Tales from the Haunted South: Dark Tourism and Memories of Slavery from the Civil War Era by Tiya Miles (review)

pp. 240-241
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Southern Crucible: The Making of an American Region by William A. Link (review)

pp. 241-243
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 244-247
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