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- Southern Cultures
- The University of North Carolina Press
- To Wake the Nations: Race in the Making of American Literature (review) Volume 2, Number 1, Fall 1995, pp. 103-105
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This issue contains 22 articles in total
- About the Authors and Editors
- The Life of a Southerner (in Drawings): An Interview with Jesse Whitaker
- Grassroots Environmental History: The Southern Federal Writers' Project Life Histories as a Source
- "You-all" Spoken Here
- The Schoolhouse Door: Segregation's Last Stand at the University of Alabama (review)
- Erskine Caldwell: A Biography (review)
- Where the River Runs Deep: The Story of a Mississippi River Pilot (review)
- The Sanctified South: John Lakin Brasher and the Holiness Movement (review)
- Bittersweet Legacy: The Black and White "Better Classes" in Charlotte, 1850-1910 (review)
- The Romance of Reunion: Northerners and the South, 1865-1900 (review)
- Kenneth and John B. Rayner and the Limits of Southern Dissent (review)
- Inherit the Alamo: Myth and Ritual at an American Shrine (review)
- Bond of Iron: Master and Slave at Buffalo Forge (review)
- To Wake the Nations: Race in the Making of American Literature (review)
- The Sacrament of Remembrance: Southern Agrarian Poet Donald Davidson and His Past
- "I Ventured to Say I Was a Virginian": Vachel Lindsay and the South
- Reflections on the Death of Emmett Till
- Aunt Jemima Explained: The Old South, the Absent Mistress, and the Slave in a Box
- What Is Social Memory?
- Memory and the South
- The Front Porch: "Telling about the South"
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