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SOUTHERN CLASSICS
Mark M. Smith, series editor

Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect
The Aftermath of Slavery
Agriculture in Ante-Bellum Mississippi
Bill Arp's Peace Papers
Black and White in the Southern States
Carolina Sports by Land and Water
A Church, a School
The Collapse of the Confederacy
Conscription and Conflict in the Confederacy
Deep South
Ersatz in the Confederacy
Hard Times on a Southern Chain Gang
A History of Transportation in the Eastern Cotton Belt to 1860
The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina
In Richard's World
John C. Calhoun
Let My People Go
Life and Labor in the Old South
Like unto Like
Mamba's Daughters
McGillivray of the Creeks
A Memoir of James De Veaux, of Charleston, S.C.
Notes on Spain and the Spaniards, in the Summer of 1859, with a Glance at Sardinia
Pitchfork Ben Tillman
Plain People of the Confederacy
The Plantation
Preface to Peasantry
Red Hills and Cotton
Rice Planter and Sportsman
The Rise of Cotton Mills in the South
Sam Jones' Own Book
Seed from Madagascar
The Slave Power
Slave Trading in the Old South
Slavery in Mississippi
Soil Exhaustion as a Factor in the Agricultural History of Virginia and Maryland,
  1606–1860

South Carolina Goes to War, 1860–1865
South Carolina Negroes, 1877–1900
The South Carolina Rice Plantation as Revealed in the Papers of Robert F. W. Allston
The Southerner
The Southern Country Editor
The Southern Literary Messenger, 1834–1864
Three O'Clock Dinner
The Unexpected Exodus
War, Politics, and Reconstruction
A Woman Rice Planter
Yazoo; or, On the Picket Line of Freedom in the South

 
 

 

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