Volume 83, Number 2, May 2017

Table of Contents

Reframing the Fathers' Constitution: The Centralized State and Centrality of Slavery in the Confederate Constitutional Order

pp. 255-296
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Remembering Robert Charles: Violence and Memory in Jim Crow New Orleans

pp. 297-328
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Southern History in Periodicals, 2016: A Selected Bibliography

pp. 329-386
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Annual Report of the Secretary-Treasurer

pp. 387-392
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Book Reviews

Informed Power: Communication in the Early American South by Alejandra Dubcovsky (review)

pp. 393-394
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The Ashley Cooper Plan: The Founding of Carolina and the Origins of Southern Political Culture by Thomas D. Wilson (review)

pp. 394-395
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The Story of French New Orleans: History of a Creole City by Dianne Guenin-Lelle (review)

pp. 395-397
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The Power to Die: Slavery and Suicide in British North America by Terri L. Snyder (review)

pp. 397-398
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True for the Cause of Liberty: The Second Spartan Regiment in the American Revolution by Oscar E. Gilbert and Catherine R. Gilbert (review)

pp. 398-399
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Fatal Sunday: George Washington, the Monmouth Campaign, and the Politics of Battle by Mark Edward Lender and Garry Wheeler Stone (review)

pp. 399-400
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The Founders and the Bible by Carl J. Richard (review)

pp. 400-402
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One Nation Divided by Slavery: Remembering the American Revolution While Marching Toward the Civil War by Michael F. Conlin (review)

pp. 402-403
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Agony and Eloquence: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and a World of Revolution by Daniel L. Mallock (review)

pp. 403-404
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The Legacy of St. George Tucker: College Professors in Virginia Confront Slavery and the Rights of States, 1771-1897 by Chad Vanderford (review)

pp. 404-406
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Africans in the Old South: Mapping Exceptional Lives across the Atlantic World by Randy J. Sparks (review)

pp. 406-407
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Aiming for Pensacola: Fugitive Slaves on the Atlantic and Southern Frontiers by Matthew J. Clavin (review)

pp. 407-409
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Finding Charity's Folk: Enslaved and Free Black Women in Maryland by Jessica Millward (review)

pp. 409-410
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The Cherokee Diaspora: An Indigenous History of Migration, Resettlement, and Identity by Gregory D. Smithers (review)

pp. 410-411
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New Orleans Women and the Poydras Home: More Durable Than Marble by Pamela Tyler (review)

pp. 411-412
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A Notorious Woman: Anne Royall in Jacksonian America by Elizabeth J. Clapp (review)

pp. 412-414
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Plantation Kingdom: The American South and Its Global Commodities by Richard Follett, Sven Beckert, Peter Coclanis, Barbara Hahn (review)

pp. 414-415
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Abolitionizing Missouri: German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America by Kristen Layne Anderson (review)

pp. 415-417
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Legendary Louisiana Outlaws: The Villains and Heroes of Folk Justice by Keagan LeJeune (review)

pp. 417-418
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Riding for the Lone Star: Frontier Cavalry and the Texas Way of War, 1822–1865 by Nathan A. Jennings (review)

pp. 418-419
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The Parker Sisters: A Border Kidnapping by Lucy Maddox (review)

pp. 419-420
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In His Own Words: Houston H. Holloway's Slavery, Emancipation, and Ministry in Georgia by Houston Hartsfield Holloway (review)

pp. 420-422
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Kentucky Countryside in Transition: A Streetcar Suburb and the Origins of Middle-Class Louisville, 1850–1910 by Stephanie Bower (review)

pp. 422-423
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Herndon on Lincoln: Letters by William H. Herndon (review)

pp. 423-424
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Lincoln, the Law, and Presidential Leadership ed. by Charles M. Hubbard (review)

pp. 424-426
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A History of American Civil War Literature ed. by Coleman Hutchison (review)

pp. 426-428
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Lincoln's Bold Lion: The Life and Times of Union Brigadier General Martin Davis Hardin, 1837–1923 by James T. Huffstodt (review)

pp. 428-429
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General Henry Baxter, 7th Michigan Volunteer Infantry: A Biography by Jay C. Martin (review)

pp. 429-430
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Confederate Sharpshooter Major William E. Simmons: Through the War with the 16th Georgia Infantry and 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters by Joseph P. Byrd IV (review)

pp. 430-431
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Johnson's Island: A Prison for Confederate Officers by Roger Pickenpaugh (review)

pp. 431-433
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Two Civil Wars: The Curious Shared Journal of a Baton Rouge Schoolgirl and a Union Sailor on the USS Essex ed. by Katherine Bentley Jeffrey (review)

pp. 433-434
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Extreme Civil War: Guerrilla Warfare, Environment, and Race on the Trans-Mississippi Frontier by Matthew M. Stith (review)

pp. 434-435
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The Collapse of Price's Raid: The Beginning of the End in Civil War Missouri by Mark A. Lause (review)

pp. 435-436
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Cold Harbor to the Crater: The End of the Overland Campaign ed. by Gary W. Gallagher and Caroline E. Janney (review)

pp. 436-438
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Kill Jeff Davis: The Union Raid on Richmond, 1864 by Bruce M. Venter (review)

pp. 438-439
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The Lincoln Assassination Riddle: Revisiting the Crime of the Nineteenth Century ed. by Frank J. Williams and Michael Burkhimer (review)

pp. 439-441
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Ku-Klux: The Birth of the Klan During Reconstruction by Elaine Frantz Parsons (review)

pp. 441-442
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Scenic Impressions: Southern Interpretations from the Johnson Collection by Estill Curtis Pennington and Martha R. Severens (review)

pp. 442-443
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Work Sights: The Visual Culture of Industry in Nineteenth-Century America by Vanessa Meikle Schulman (review)

pp. 443-445
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Uncle Sam's Policemen: The Pursuit of Fugitives across Borders by Katherine Unterman (review)

pp. 445-446
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Voodoo and Power: The Politics of Religion in New Orleans, 1881-1940 by Kodi A. Roberts (review)

pp. 446-447
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Between Fetters and Freedom: African American Baptists Since Emancipation ed. by Edward R. Crowther and Keith Harper (review)

pp. 447-449
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The Prettiest Girl on Stage Is a Man: Race and Gender Benders in American Vaudeville by Kathleen B. Casey (review)

pp. 449-450
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Blood Oranges: Colonialism and Agriculture in the South Texas Borderlands by Timothy Paul Bowman (review)

pp. 450-452
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Not Free, Not for All: Public Libraries in the Age of Jim Crow by Cheryl Knott (review)

pp. 452-453
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To Lasso the Clouds: The Beginnings of Aviation in Georgia by Dan A. Aldridge Jr. (review)

pp. 453-454
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Birth of an Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation by Nicholas Sammond (review)

pp. 454-455
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Modern Manhood and the Boy Scouts of America: Citizenship, Race, and the Environment, 1910–1930 by Benjamin René Jordan (review)

pp. 455-457
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Fundamentalism, Fundraising, and the Transformation of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1919–1925 by Andrew Christopher Smith (review)

pp. 457-458
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Loyola University New Orleans College of Law: A History by Maria Isabel Medina (review)

pp. 458-460
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The Second Coming of the Invisible Empire: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s by William Rawlings (review)

pp. 460-461
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Twentieth-Century Oklahoma: Reflections on the Forty-Sixth State by Richard Lowitt (review)

pp. 461-462
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The Modernist Architecture of Samuel G. and William B. Wiener: Shreveport, Louisiana, 1920–1960 by Karen Kingsley and Guy W. Carwile (review)

pp. 462-463
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A Long Dark Night: Race in America from Jim Crow to World War II by J. Michael Martinez (review)

pp. 463-464
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Houston Bound: Culture and Color in a Jim Crow City by Tyina L. Steptoe (review)

pp. 464-466
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The Arthurdale Community School: Education and Reform in Depression-Era Appalachia by Sam F. Stack Jr (review)

pp. 466-467
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Fair Labor Lawyer: The Remarkable Life of New Deal Attorney and Supreme Court Advocate Bessie Margolin by Marlene Trestman (review)

pp. 467-468
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Long Past Slavery: Representing Race in the Federal Writers' Project by Catherine A. Stewart (review)

pp. 468-470
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Alben Barkley: A Life in Politics by James K. Libbey (review)

pp. 470-471
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In the Shadow of Boone and Crockett: Race, Culture, and the Politics of Representation in the Upland South by Ian C. Hartman (review)

pp. 471-472
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Vagrant Nation: Police Power, Constitutional Change, and the Making of the 1960s by Risa Goluboff (review)

pp. 472-473
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The Chicago Freedom Movement: Martin Luther King Jr. and Civil Rights Activism in the North ed. by Mary Lou Finley, Bernard Lafayette Jr., James R. Ralph Jr., and Pam Smith (review)

pp. 473-475
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Making the Unequal Metropolis: School Desegregation and Its Limits by Ansley T. Erickson (review)

pp. 475-476
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Lines Were Drawn: Remembering Court-Ordered Integration at a Mississippi High School ed. by Teena F. Horn, Alan Huffman, and John Griffin Jones (review)

pp. 476-477
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Race and Education in North Carolina: From Segregation to Desegregation by John E. Batchelor (review)

pp. 477-479
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"The Most Dangerous Communist in the United States": A Biography of Herbert Aptheker by Gary Murrell (review)

pp. 479-480
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Blood, Bone, and Marrow: A Biography of Harry Crews by Ted Geltner (review)

pp. 480-481
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Panic at the Pump: The Energy Crisis and the Transformation of American Politics in the 1970s by Meg Jacobs (review)

pp. 481-483
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Anatomy of a Schism: How Clergywomen's Narratives Reinterpret the Fracturing of the Southern Baptist Convention by Eileen R. Campbell-Reed (review)

pp. 483-484
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Crooked Letter i: Coming Out in the South ed. by Connie Griffin (review)

pp. 484-485
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Queering the Countryside: New Frontiers in Rural Queer Studies ed. by Mary L. Gray, Colin R. Johnson, and Brian J. Gilley (review)

pp. 485-487
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People of the Upper Cumberland: Achievements and Contradictions ed. by Michael E. Birdwell and W. Calvin Dickinson (review)

pp. 487-489
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A Promising Problem: The New Chicana/o History ed. by Carlos Kevin Blanton (review)

pp. 489-490
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Understanding and Teaching American Slavery ed. by Bethany Jay and Cynthia Lynn Lyerly (review)

pp. 490-492
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Book Notes

pp. 493-497
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 498-502
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