restricted access   Volume 83, Number 3, August 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

The Mafia, La Raza, and the Spanish-Language Press Coverage of the 1891 Lynchings in New Orleans

pp. 509-530
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Race and Class Friction in North Carolina Neighborhoods: How Campaigns for Residential Segregation Law Divided Middling and Elite Whites in Winston-Salem and North Carolina's Countryside, 1912–1915

pp. 531-572
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Warriors for Lower Prices: The New Orleans Housewives' League and the Consumer Cooperative Movement, 1913–1921

pp. 573-616
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Luke Lea, the Legionnaires, and the Legacy of Two Wars: The Politics of Memory in the Mind of a Nashville Progressive, 1915-1945

pp. 617-656
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Book Reviews

Groundless: Rumors, Legends, and Hoaxes on the Early American Frontier by Gregory Evans Dowd (review)

pp. 657-658
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Loyal Protestants and Dangerous Papists: Maryland and the Politics of Religion in the English Atlantic, 1630–1690 by Antoinette Sutto (review)

pp. 658-659
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The Mulatta Concubine: Terror, Intimacy, Freedom, and Desire in the Black Transatlantic by Lisa Ze Winters (review)

pp. 660-661
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The Voyage of the Slave Ship Hare: A Journey into Captivity from Sierra Leone to South Carolina by Sean M. Kelley (review)

pp. 661-662
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The American Revolution, State Sovereignty, and the American Constitutional Settlement, 1765–1800 by Aaron N. Coleman (review)

pp. 662-663
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Founding Sins: How a Group of Antislavery Radicals Fought to Put Christ into the Constitution by Joseph S. Moore (review)

pp. 664-665
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Charleston and the Emergence of Middle-Class Culture in the Revolutionary Era by Jennifer L. Goloboy (review)

pp. 665-666
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The Sacred Mirror: Evangelicalism, Honor, and Identity in the Deep South, 1790–1860 by Robert Elder (review)

pp. 666-667
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Liberty and Coercion: The Paradox of American Government from the Founding to the Present by Gary Gerstle (review)

pp. 668-669
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The Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798: Testing the Constitution by Terri Diane Halperin (review)

pp. 669-670
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The Man Who Captured Washington: Major General Robert Ross and the War of 1812 by John McCavitt and Christopher T. George (review)

pp. 670-671
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Mythic Frontiers: Remembering, Forgetting, and Profiting with Cultural Heritage Tourism by Daniel R. Maher (review)

pp. 671-673
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Texas Identities: Moving Beyond Myth, Memory, and Fallacy in Texas History ed. by Light Townsend Cummins and Mary L. Scheer (review)

pp. 673-675
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The Material Culture of German Texans by Kenneth Hafertepe (review)

pp. 675-676
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A Field of Their Own: Women and American Indian History, 1830–1941 by John M. Rhea (review)

pp. 676-677
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Flat Rock of the Old Time: Letters from the Mountains to the Lowcountry, 1837–1939 ed. by Robert B. Cuthbert (review)

pp. 677-678
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Liberty Power: Antislavery Third Parties and the Transformation of American Politics by Corey M. Brooks (review)

pp. 678-680
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Marital Cruelty in Antebellum America by Robin C. Sager (review)

pp. 680-681
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My Brother Slaves: Friendship, Masculinity, and Resistance in the Antebellum South by Sergio A. Lussana (review)

pp. 681-682
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Panting for Glory: The Mississippi Rifles in the Mexican War by Richard Bruce Winders (review)

pp. 682-683
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The Lives of Frederick Douglass by Robert S. Levine (review)

pp. 684-685
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The Color Factor: The Economics of African-American Well-Being in the Nineteenth-Century South by Howard Bodenhorn (review)

pp. 685-686
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An Indispensable Liberty: The Fight for Free Speech in Nineteenth-Century America ed. by Mary M. Cronin (review)

pp. 686-688
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Northern Character: College-Educated New Englanders, Honor, Nationalism, and Leadership in the Civil War Era by Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai (review)

pp. 688-690
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Stepping Lively in Place: The Not-Married, Free Women of Civil-War-Era Natchez, Mississippi by Joyce Linda Broussard (review)

pp. 690-691
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Jefferson, Lincoln, and the Unfinished Work of the Nation by Ronald L. Hatzenbuehler (review)

pp. 691-692
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Lincoln and the Politics of Slavery: The Other Thirteenth Amendment and the Struggle to Save the Union by Daniel W. Crofts (review)

pp. 692-693
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Bluff, Bluster, Lies and Spies: The Lincoln Foreign Policy, 1861–1865 by David Perry (review)

pp. 693-694
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Amiable Scoundrel: Simon Cameron, Lincoln's Scandalous Secretary of War by Paul Kahan (review)

pp. 695-696
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Sons of the White Eagle in the American Civil War: Divided Poles in a Divided Nation. by Mark F. Bielski (review)

pp. 696-697
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Lone Star Unionism, Dissent, and Resistance: Other Sides of Civil War Texas. ed. by Jesús F. de la Teja (review)

pp. 697-699
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Bushwhacker Belles: The Sisters, Wives, and Girlfriends of the Missouri Guerrillas by Larry Wood (review)

pp. 699-700
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Another Year Finds Me in Texas: The Civil War Diary of Lucy Pier Stevens by Vicki Adams Tongate (review)

pp. 700-701
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The Confederacy at Flood Tide: The Political and Military Ascension, June to December 1862 by Philip Leigh (review)

pp. 701-702
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Engineering Victory: How Technology Won the Civil War by Thomas F. Army Jr (review)

pp. 703-704
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Braxton Bragg: The Most Hated Man of the Confederacy by Earl J. Hess (review)

pp. 704-705
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Show Thyself a Man: Georgia State Troops, Colored, 1865–1905 by Gregory Mixon (review)

pp. 705-706
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Too Great a Burden to Bear: The Struggle and Failure of the Freedmen's Bureau in Texas by Christopher S. Bean (review)

pp. 706-708
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The Risen Phoenix: Black Politics in the Post–Civil War South by Luis-Alejandro Dinnella-Borrego (review)

pp. 708-709
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Reconstruction's Ragged Edge: The Politics of Postwar Life in the Southern Mountains by Steven E. Nash (review)

pp. 709-710
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No Mercy Here: Gender, Punishment, and the Making of Jim Crow Modernity by Sarah Haley (review)

pp. 710-712
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From Slave to Statesman: The Life of Educator, Editor, and Civil Rights Activist Willis M. Carter of Virginia by Robert Heinrich and Deborah Harding (review)

pp. 712-713
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Just Another Southern Town: Mary Church Terrell and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the Nation's Capital by Joan Quigley (review)

pp. 713-714
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Nicodemus: Post-Reconstruction Politics and Racial Justice in Western Kansas by Charlotte Hinger (review)

pp. 714-715
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A Refugee from His Race: Albion W. Tourgée and His Fight against White Supremacy by Carolyn L. Karcher (review)

pp. 715-716
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Reform or Repression: Organizing America's Anti-Union Movement by Chad Pearson (review)

pp. 716-718
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Roaring Metropolis: Businessmen's Campaign for a Civic Welfare State by Daniel Amsterdam (review)

pp. 718-719
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The Village on the Plain: Auburn University, 1856–2006 by Dwayne Cox (review)

pp. 719-720
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Cracking the Solid South: The Life of John Fletcher Hanson, Father of Georgia Tech by Lee C. Dunn (review)

pp. 720-721
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These United States: A Nation in the Making, 1890 to the Present by Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore and Thomas J. Sugrue (review)

pp. 722-723
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The American President: From Teddy Roosevelt to Bill Clinton by William E. Leuchtenburg (review)

pp. 723-725
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Leisure, Plantations, and the Making of a New South: The Sporting Plantations of the South Carolina Lowcountry and Red Hills Region, 1900–1940 ed. by Julia Brock and Daniel Vivian (review)

pp. 725-727
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The Coming of Southern Prohibition: The Dispensary System and the Battle over Liquor in South Carolina, 1907–1915 by Michael Lewis (review)

pp. 727-728
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Memories of Two Generations: A Yiddish Life in Russia and Texas by Alexander Z. Gurwitz (review)

pp. 728-729
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Bad Girls at Samarcand: Sexuality and Sterilization in a Southern Juvenile Reformatory by Karin L. Zipf (review)

pp. 729-730
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Ty Cobb, Baseball, and American Manhood by Steven Elliott Tripp (review)

pp. 730-731
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Rounded Up in Glory: Frank Reaugh, Texas Renaissance Man by Michael R. Grauer (review)

pp. 732-733
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From South Texas to the Nation: The Exploitation of Mexican Labor in the Twentieth Century by John Weber (review)

pp. 733-734
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Hanging Bridge: Racial Violence and America's Civil Rights Century by Jason Morgan Ward (review)

pp. 734-735
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Win the Race or Die Trying: Uncle Earl's Last Hurrah by Jack B. McGuire (review)

pp. 736-737
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Franklin D. Roosevelt: Road to the New Deal, 1882–1939 by Roger Daniels (review)

pp. 737-738
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The Untold Story of the Lower Colorado River Authority by John Williams (review)

pp. 738-739
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The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman. Volume 3: The Bold Adventure, September 1943–May 1949 ed. by Walter Earl Fluker et al (review)

pp. 739-741
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Working for Equality: The Narrative of Harry Hudson ed. by Randall L. Patton (review)

pp. 741-742
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Blood Picture: L. W. Diggs, Sickle Cell Anemia, and the South's First Blood Bank by Richard H. Nollan (review)

pp. 742-743
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Keep On Keeping On: The NAACP and the Implementation of Brown v. Board of Education in Virginia by Brian J. Daugherity (review)

pp. 743-744
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Beyond Integration: The Black Freedom Struggle in Escambia County, Florida, 1960–1980 by J. Michael Butler (review)

pp. 745-746
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Nut Country: Right-Wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy by Edward H. Miller (review)

pp. 746-747
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You Can't Eat Freedom: Southerners and Social Justice after the Civil Rights Movement by Greta de Jong (review)

pp. 747-749
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Charleston in Black and White: Race and Power in the South after the Civil Rights Movement by Steve Estes (review)

pp. 749-750
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The Rise and Fall of the Voting Rights Act by Charles S. Bullock III, Ronald Keith Gaddie, and Justin J. Wert (review)

pp. 750-751
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Shadows of a Sunbelt City: The Environment, Racism, and the Knowledge Economy in Austin by Eliot M. Tretter (review)

pp. 751-753
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Foggy Mountain Troubadour: The Life and Music of Curly Seckler by Penny Parsons, and: Dwight Diller: West Virginia Mountain Musician by Lewis M. Stern (review)

pp. 753-755
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The Country Music Reader by Travis D. Stimeling (review)

pp. 755-756
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Becoming Southern Writers: Essays in Honor of Charles Joyner ed. by Orville Vernon Burton and Eldred E. Prince Jr (review)

pp. 756-758
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The Oxford Handbook of American Indian History ed. by Frederick E. Hoxie (review)

pp. 758-760
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 761-766
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