Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Very Good
Crisp, clean journals -- no spine creasing, no names or writing, pages and page edges pristine. Each measures 6"x9-1/4" and is the size of a quality paperback. Topics include, but are not limited to, the debate over flood control on the Lower Mississisppi 1846-1861; the Freedman's Bureau and white leaders in Virginia; the Spencer-Warner controversy; Harriet Beecher Stowe; Southern military schools 1865-1915; female education in an antebellum southern family; the Appalachian Volunteers in Eastern Kentucky 1964-1970; African American and white women Tennesse elections of 1919 and 1920; and "White Negroes" in segregated Mississippi. Other full runs available.
Title: The Journal of Southern History Volume 1998 (Volume LXIV Nos. 1-4 Full Run)
Location Published: Southern Historical Association: 1998
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Categories: Vintage Magazines, African American Studies, American History, Women's Studies
Seller ID: 19919
Keywords: american southern history. segregation. race relations. flood control lower mississippi. harriet beecher stowe. southern military schools.