restricted access   Volume 83, Number 4, November 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Elusive Justice in Baltimore: The Conviction of a White Policeman for Killing a Black Man in 1875

pp. 773-814
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Defending Black Suffrage: Poll Taxes, Preachers, and Anti-Prohibition in Texas, 1887–1916

pp. 815-852
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Oil on the Farm: The East Texas Oil Boom and the Origins of an Energy Economy

pp. 853-888
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When Kia Came to Georgia: Southern Transplants and the Growth of America's "Other" Automakers

pp. 889-930
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Book Reviews

The Powhatan Landscape: An Archaeological History of the Algonquian Chesapeake by Martin D. Gallivan (review)

pp. 931-932
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Charleston: An Archaeology of Life in a Coastal Community by Martha A. Zierden and Elizabeth J. Reitz (review)

pp. 932-933
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Marc-Antoine Caillot and the Company of the Indies in Louisiana: Trade in the French Atlantic World by Erin M. Greenwald (review)

pp. 933-935
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Institutional Slavery: Slaveholding Churches, Schools, Colleges, and Businesses in Virginia, 1680–1860 by Jennifer Oast (review)

pp. 935-936
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Frontier Country: The Politics of War in Early Pennsylvania by Patrick Spero (review)

pp. 936-937
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Faces of Béxar: Early San Antonio and Texas by Jesús F. de la Teja (review)

pp. 937-939
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Thundersticks: Firearms and the Violent Transformation of Native America by David J. Silverman (review)

pp. 939-940
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The Papers of George Washington: Revolutionary War Series. Volume 23: 22 October–31 December 1779 ed. by William M. Ferraro, and: The Papers of George Washington: Revolutionary War Series. Volume 24: 1 January–9 March 1780 ed. by Benjamin L. Huggins (review)

pp. 940-942
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Brothers at Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain Who Saved It by Larrie D. Ferreiro (review)

pp. 942-944
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From Revolution to Reunion: The Reintegration of the South Carolina Loyalists by Rebecca Brannon (review)

pp. 944-945
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The Fate of the Revolution: Virginians Debate the Constitution by Lorri Glover (review)

pp. 945-946
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Slavery's Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans During the Age of Revolutions by Rashauna Johnson (review)

pp. 946-948
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The Press and Slavery in America, 1791–1859: The Melancholy Effect of Popular Excitement by Brian Gabrial (review)

pp. 948-949
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First in the Homes of His Countrymen: George Washington's Mount Vernon in the American Imagination by Lydia Mattice Brandt (review)

pp. 949-950
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Forging a Cherokee-American Alliance in the Creek War: From Creation to Betrayal by Susan M. Abram (review)

pp. 950-951
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Horace Holley: Transylvania University and the Making of Liberal Education in the Early American Republic by James P. Cousins (review)

pp. 952-953
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Thomas Jefferson, Revolutionary: A Radical's Struggle to Remake America by Kevin R. C. Gutzman (review)

pp. 953-954
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"Most Blessed of the Patriarchs": Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination by Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter S. Onuf (review)

pp. 955-956
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A Cloud of Witnesses from the Heart of the City: First Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, 1816–2016 by W. Glenn Jonas Jr. (review)

pp. 956-957
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Philip Pendleton Barbour in Jacksonian America: An Old Republican in King Andrew's Court by William S. Belko (review)

pp. 957-958
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The Papers of Andrew Jackson. Volume 10: 1832 ed. by Daniel Feller, Thomas Coens, and Laura-Eve Moss (review)

pp. 958-960
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University, Court, and Slave: Pro-Slavery Thought in Southern Colleges and Courts and the Coming of Civil War by Alfred L. Brophy (review)

pp. 960-962
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United States District Courts and Judges of Arkansas, 1836–1960 ed. by Frances Mitchell Ross, and: Distinguishing the Righteous from the Roguish: The Arkansas Supreme Court, 1836–1874 By J. W. Looney (review)

pp. 962-964
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Missouri Law and the American Conscience: Historical Rights and Wrongs ed. by Kenneth H. Winn (review)

pp. 964-965
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Village Atheists: How America's Unbelievers Made Their Way in a Godly Nation by Leigh Eric Schmidt (review)

pp. 966-967
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John Pendleton Kennedy: Early American Novelist, Whig Statesman, and Ardent Nationalist by Andrew R. Black (review)

pp. 967-968
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Colored Travelers: Mobility and the Fight for Citizenship before the Civil War by Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor (review)

pp. 968-969
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The Virgin Vote: How Young Americans Made Democracy Social, Politics Personal, and Voting Popular in the Nineteenth Century by Jon Grinspan (review)

pp. 969-971
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Known for My Work: African American Ethics from Slavery to Freedom by Lynda J. Morgan (review)

pp. 971-972
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Apostle of Union: A Political Biography of Edward Everett by Matthew Mason (review)

pp. 972-973
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Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism by Timothy S. Huebner (review)

pp. 973-975
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Gathering to Save a Nation: Lincoln and the Union's War Governors by Stephen D. Engle (review)

pp. 975-977
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Confederate Cabinet Departments and Secretaries by Dennis L. Peterson (review)

p. 977
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Faces of the Civil War Navies: An Album of Union and Confederate Sailors by Ronald S. Coddington (review)

pp. 978-979
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Grant Invades Tennessee: The 1862 Battles for Forts Henry and Donelson by Timothy B. Smith (review)

pp. 979-980
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The Rivers Ran Backward: The Civil War and the Remaking of the American Middle Border by Christopher Phillips (review)

pp. 980-982
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Kentucky Rebel Town: The Civil War Battles of Cynthiana and Harrison County by William A. Penn (review)

pp. 982-983
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Occupied Vicksburg by Bradley R. Clampitt (review)

pp. 983-984
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Bushwhackers: Guerrilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri by Joseph M. Beilein Jr (review)

pp. 984-985
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For Their Own Cause: The 27th United States Colored Troops by Kelly D. Mezurek (review)

pp. 985-986
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Wolford's Cavalry: The Colonel, the War in the West, and the Emancipation Question in Kentucky by Dan Lee (review)

pp. 986-987
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The Red River Campaign and Its Toll: 69 Bloody Days in Louisiana, March–May 1864 by Henry O. Robertson (review)

p. 988
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Slaughter at the Chapel: The Battle of Ezra Church, 1864 by Gary Ecelbarger (review)

p. 989
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Stepdaughters of History: Southern Women and the American Civil War by Catherine Clinton (review)

pp. 990-991
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The Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National Cemetery by Micki McElya (review)

pp. 991-992
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William Tecumseh Sherman: In the Service of My Country: A Life by James Lee McDonough (review)

pp. 992-993
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The Literature of Reconstruction: Not in Plain Black and White by Brook Thomas (review)

pp. 993-995
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The Ghosts of Guerrilla Memory: How Civil War Bushwhackers Became Gunslingers in the American West by Matthew Christopher Hulbert (review)

pp. 995-996
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Educational Reconstruction: African American Schools in the Urban South, 1865–1890 by Hilary Green (review)

pp. 996-997
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A Saga of the New South: Race, Law, and Public Debt in Virginia by Brent Tarter (review)

pp. 998-999
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Beyond the Rope: The Impact of Lynching on Black Culture and Memory by Karlos K. Hill (review)

pp. 999-1000
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The Long Shadow: The Lutcher-Stark Lumber Dynasty by Ellen Walker Rienstra and Jo Ann Stiles (review)

pp. 1000-1001
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Living in Infamy: Felon Disfranchisement and the History of American Citizenship by Pippa Holloway (review)

pp. 1001-1003
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Water Tossing Boulders: How a Family of Chinese Immigrants Led the First Fight to Desegregate Schools in the Jim Crow South by Adrienne Berard (review)

pp. 1003-1004
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Depression Folk: Grassroots Music and Left-Wing Politics in 1930s America by Ronald D. Cohen (review)

pp. 1004-1005
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The Red River Bridge War: A Texas-Oklahoma Border Battle by Rusty Williams (review)

pp. 1005-1007
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Taste of the Nation: The New Deal Search for America's Food by Camille Bégin (review)

pp. 1007-1008
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Reverend Addie Wyatt: Faith and the Fight for Labor, Gender, and Racial Equality by Marcia Walker-McWilliams (review)

pp. 1008-1009
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Circuit Riders for Mental Health: The Hogg Foundation in Twentieth-Century Texas by William S. Bush (review)

pp. 1009-1011
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Black Republicans and the Transformation of the GOP by Joshua D. Farrington (review)

pp. 1011-1012
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Russell Kirk: American Conservative by Bradley J. Birzer (review)

pp. 1012-1013
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From Reconciliation to Revolution: The Student Interracial Ministry, Liberal Christianity, and the Civil Rights Movement by David P. Cline (review)

pp. 1013-1015
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Fight for Old DC: George Preston Marshall, the Integration of the Washington Redskins, and the Rise of a New NFL by Andrew O'Toole, and: Game Changers: Dean Smith, Charlie Scott, and the Era That Transformed a Southern College Town by Art Chansky (review)

pp. 1015-1017
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Full Court Press: Mississippi State University, the Press, and the Battle to Integrate College Basketball by Jason A. Peterson (review)

pp. 1017-1018
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The Freedom Schools: Student Activists in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement by Jon N. Hale (review)

pp. 1018-1020
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The Road to Madness: How the 1973–1974 Season Transformed College Basketball by J. Samuel Walker and Randy Roberts (review)

pp. 1020-1021
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Southern Religion and Christian Diversity in the Twentieth Century by Wayne Flynt (review)

pp. 1021-1023
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Comfort and Glory: Two Centuries of American Quilts from the Briscoe Center by Katherine Jean Adams (review)

pp. 1023-1024
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Keywords for Southern Studies ed. by Scott Romine and Jennifer Rae Greeson (review)

pp. 1024-1026
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Book Notes

pp. 1027-1028
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Historical News and Notices

pp. 1029-1032
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