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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CIVIL WAR ARTICLES: 1968 Compiled by Ada M. Stoflet I. General Connelly, Thomas. "That Was the War That Was." Journal of Mississippi History, XXX, 123-134. Gibson, Arrell M. "America's Frontier Heritage: A Review Essay." Civil War History, XIV, 250-258. Hyman, Harold M. "Law and the Impact of the Civil War: A Review Essay." Civil War History, XIV, 51-59. Starobin, Robert. "The Negro: A Central Theme in American History ." Journal of Contemporary History, III, ii, 37-53. Stoflet, Ada M. comp. "A Bibliography of Civil War Articles: 1967." Civil War History, XIV, 162-182. II. Slavery and the Antebellum South Anstey, Roger T. "Capitalism and Slavery: A Critique." Economic History Review, Ser. 2, XXI, 307-320. Bennett, Lerone, Jr. "The Case against Styron's Nat Turner." Ebony, XXIII, xii, 148-150. ------. "Crispus Attucks: First Martyr of the American Revolution." Ebony, XXIII, ix, 85-89. Boney, F. N. "Rivers of Ink, a Stream of Blood: The Tragic Career of John Hampden Pleasants." Virginia Cavalcade, XVIII, i, 32-39. Brathwaite, Edward. "Jamaican Slave Society: A Review." Race, IX, 331-342. Butterfield, Roger. "An Intellectual [Benjamin Banneker] Argued with a Founding Father [Thomas Jefferson]." Life, LXV (Nov. 22), 94-95. ------. "Nat Turner Was a Grim Agent of Revolt." Life, LXV (Nov. 22), 98-99. Clarke, John Henrik. "The Origin and Growth of Afro-American Literature ." Journal of Human Rehtions, XVI, 368-384. Conrad, Alfred H. "Econometrics and Southern History." Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, 2nd ser., VI, 34-53. Comments by Robert W. Fogel, 54-58; Stuart Bruchey, 59-65; Alfred D. Chandler, 66-74. 133 134CIVIL WAR HISTORY "Crispus Attucks, March's Hero." Negro History Bulletin, XXXI, iii, 11. Crouse, Maurice A. "Gabriel Manigault: Charleston Merchant." South Carolina Historical Magazine, LXVIII (1967), 220-231. Curtin, Philip D. "Epidemiology and the Slave Trade." Political Science Quarterly, LXXX, 190-216. Curtiss, Mina. "Some American Negroes in Russia in the Nineteenth Century." Massachusetts Review, IX, 268-296. Detzer, David W. "Bondage amid Liberty." Connecticut Review, II, 35-46. Duffy, John. "A Note on Ante-Bellum Southern Nationalism and Medical Practice." Journal of Southern History, XXXIV, 266-270. Fischbaum, Marvin and Rubin, Julius. "Slavery and the Economic Development of the American South." Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, 2nd ser., VI, 116-127. Fisher, Walter. "Physicians and Slavery in the Antebellum Southern Medical Journal." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences . XXIII, 36-49. Franklin, John Hope. "Bitter Years of Slavery: Rebels, Runaways and Heroes." Life, LXV (Nov. 22), 92-93+. GrLLESPiE, Neal C. "Ole Miss: A New Look at Her First President." Journal of Mississippi History, XXX, 275-290. Graham, Thomas S. "Florida Politics and the Tallahassee Press, 18451861 ." Florida Historical Quarterly, XLVI, 234-242. GurLLORY, James Denny. "The Pro-Slavery Arguments of Dr. Samuel A. Cartwright." Louisiana History, IX, 209-227. Hamilton, Charles V. "Nat Turner Reconsidered: The Fiction and the Reality." Saturday Review, LI (June 22), 22-23. Hollander, A. N. J. "Countries Far Away—Cognition at a Distance." Comparative Studies in Society and History, IX (1967), 362-376. [Critique of J.E. Cairnes The Shve Power: Its Character, Career, and Probable Design . . . (1862)]. James, Jacqueline. "Uncle Tom? Not Booker T." American Heritage, XIX, v, 51-63+. Jones, J. Ralph. "Portraits of Georgia Slaves." Georgia Review, XXII, 125-127; 254-257. King, Alvy L. "The Emergence of a Fire-Eater: Louis T. Wigfall." Louisiana Studies, VII, 73-82. Kleber, Louis C. "The Mason-Dixon Line." Histon/ Todat/, XVIII,ii, 117-123. Langley, Harold D. "The Negro in the Navy and the Merchant Service -1789-1860." Journal of Negro History, LII (1967), 273-286. Marmon, Theodore R. "Anti-Industrialism and the Old South: The Agrarian Perspective of John C. Calhoun." Comparative Studies in Society and History, IX (1967), 377-406. bibliography135 Marshall, Lynn L. "The Strange Stillbirth of the Whig Party." American Historical Review, LXXII (1967), 445-468. Moore, John Hammond, ed. "The Ariel Abbot Journals: A Yankee Preacher in Charleston Society, 1818-1827." South Carolina Historical Magazine, LXVIII (1967), 51-73; 115-139; 232-254. Oster, Harry. "Negro Humor: John and Old Marster." Indiana. University . Folklore Institute. Journal, V, 42-57. Perry, Perctval. "The Naval-Stores Industry in...


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