GCHR Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 1986)

Contents


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Articles:
St. Mark’s, Apalache and the Creeks Robin F. Fabel
Miz Lillie
and Her Special School James R. McGovern
Riveters, Volunteers
and WACS: Women in Mobile During
World War II Patricia G. Harrison
The Mobile Homefront During The Second World
War Mary Martha Thomas
The Cement of Society: Law in the Mississippi Territory
John D. W. Guice
Features:
Pensacola ‘s Seville Square Historic District
Clio’s Notes
Book Reviews:
“Big Mules,” “Red necks,” “Gentlemen” and “Peeker­
woods:” Class and Race in Twentieth Century Politics
[A review essay of Chester Morgan, Redneck Liberal:
Theodore
G. Bilbo and the New Deal; George Sims, The
Lillie Mans Big Friend: James E. Folsom in Alabama
Politics ; Carl Grafton and Anne Permaloff. Big Mules and
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Branchheads.] Samuel L. Webb, Jr. 106
James Seay Brown , Jr. (ed .). Up Before Daylight : Life
Histories
from the Alabama Writers’ Project. 1938-1939
Tennant S. McWilliams 12 9
Jacqueline Olivier Vidrine(ed.), Loves Legacy: The Mobile
Marriages Recorded in French. Transcribed.
with Annoted
Abstracts in English. 1724-1786 Glen R. Johnson 130
James C. and Irene Coleman, Guardians on the Gulf:
Pensacola Fortifications, 1698-1980
Malcolm Muir, Jr. 132
Charles
L. Sullivan and Murella H. Powell, The Mississippi
Gulf Coast: Portrait of a People Michael Thomason 133
From the Archives:
A Portrait of the Old South … “Aunt Sally” Henshaw
Charles
J. Torrey Ill 135