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Mark J. Fleszar is a PhD candidate in world history at Georgia State University. He is currently completing his dissertation on Zephaniah Kingsley Jr.

Jarret Ruminski is completing his PhD in history at the University of Calgary. His dissertation focuses on Mississippi to reexamine the meaning of loyalty and nationalism during the Civil War.

K. Stephen Prince is assistant professor of history at the University of South Florida. His book, Stories of the South: The Cultural Retreat from Reconstruction, is forthcoming from the University of North Carolina Press.

Rosanne Currarino is associate professor of History at Queen’s University. She is the author of The Labor Question in America: Economic Democracy in the Gilded Age (University of Illinois Press, 2011); her current project examines economic imagination in nineteenth-century America.

T. Lloyd Benson is the Walter Kenneth Mattison Professor of History at Furman University, specializing in nineteenth-century community history, the Civil War era, and digital humanities. [End Page 635]



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