1. Front Porch
  2. Harry L. Watson
  3. pp. 1-5
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  1. To Know Tobacco: Southern Identity in China in the Jim Crow Era
  2. Nan Enstad
  3. pp. 6-23
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  1. New People in the New South: An Overview of Southern Immigration
  2. Carl L. Bankston
  3. pp. 24-44
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  1. Your Dekalb Farmers Market: Food and Ethnicity in Atlanta
  2. Tore C. Olsson
  3. pp. 45-58
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  1. Bill Smith: Taking the Heat — and Dishing It Out — in a Nuevo New South Kitchen
  2. Lisa Eveleigh, Bill, 1949 Jan. 11- Smith
  3. pp. 59-75
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  1. Of Chickens and Men: Cockfighting and Equality in the South
  2. Marko Maunula
  3. pp. 76-85
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  1. Selling Which South? Economic Change in Rural and Small-Town North Carolina in an Era of Globalization, 1940–2007
  2. Peter A. Coclanis, Louis M. Kyriakoudes
  3. pp. 86-102
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  1. The Institute and the Factory: Business Leadership and Change in the Global South
  2. John Russell
  3. pp. 103-116
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  1. Near Bluffton Mill and Late Spring, Rockfish Gap
  2. Rebecca Lilly
  3. pp. 117-118
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  1. "In My Heart, I'm an American": Regional Attitudes and American Identity
  2. Larry J. Griffin, Katherine McFarland
  3. pp. 119-137
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  1. There's a Word for It — The Origins of "Barbecue"
  2. John Shelton Reed
  3. pp. 138-146
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  1. About the Contributors
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