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- Southern Cultures
- The University of North Carolina Press
- Forty Defining Moments of the Twentieth-century South Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 2001, pp. 94-97
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This issue contains 15 articles in total
- About the Contributors
- Recollections of a Southern Daughter: A Memoir by Cornelia Jones Pond of Liberty County, and: Sisters of Providence: The Search for God in the Frontier South (1843-1858), and: Scarlett Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Southern Women in the Civil War Era (review)
- This Is Where We Live: Short Stories by 25 Contemporary North Carolina Writers (review)
- Roadside Paradise (review)
- The Virginia Landmarks Register, Fourth Edition (review)
- Call Me a Pogophile and We'll Take It Outside
- Forty Defining Moments of the Twentieth-century South
- The Chinaberry Trees in Niggertown
- "A Position of Respect": A Basketball Coach Who Resisted Segregation
- The Raney Controversy: Clyde Edgerton's Fight for Creative Freedom
- Driving Miss Daisy: Southern Jewishness on the Big Screen
- Talking Tombstones: Living Graveyards of the South
- The Most Southern Sport on Earth: NASCAR and the Unions
- Front Porch
- "The First National Obnoxious People Survey"
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