GCHR Vol. 9, No. 2 (Spring 1994)


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Table of Contents
Vol. 9 Spring 1994
Articles:
“Women of Brains and Standing”: The New Orleans
League of Women Voters, 1934-1950
Pamela Tyler
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Dozen Years in the Political Wilderness: Alabama
Republicans Challenge the One-Party System, 1966-1978
Billy B. Hathorn
“Conflict at the Water’s Edge” Ollinger & Bruce,
Frederick G. Howard, and Confederate Naval Gunboat
Construction
on the Lower Blackwater River, 1861-1862
Nathan Woolsey
The Centro Asturiano Cemetery: An Immigrant Landmark
in Early Twentieth Century Florida
Robert
Brinkmann and Sandi A. Dunlap
Book Reviews:
Howard Deeth m1d Cary D. Wintz, eds., Black Dixie: Afro–TUJJn History and Culture in Houston David G. McComb
Dorothy H. Brown and Barbara C. Ewell, eds., Louisiana Women Writers: New Essays and 11 Comprehensivlr Bibliography Alice Hall Petty
Caleb Coker, ed., The News from Bro’li’71SVII/e: Helen Chapnw11’s Letters .from the Texas Military Frolllier, 1848-1852 Karol Kelley
Alice E. Cowdrey, War and Healing : Stanhope Bayne.Jones
and the Maturing of American Medicine James Harvey Young
Light Townsend Cummins, Spanish Observers and the Americon Revolution, 1775-1781 Paul E . Hoffman
Baby Dodds, The Baby Dodds Story: As Told to Larry Gara David Evons
Joe P. DUM and Howard 1… Preston, eds., The Future South : A HIJtorical Perspective for the Twenty-frrst Century Joseph A. Tomberlin
Paul E. Dum:nbcrgcr, It’s All Politics: South Alabama’s Seafood Industry Louis R. Smith, Jr.
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