GCHR Vol. 20, No. 1 (Fall 2004)

Contents


Michael W. Fitzgerald. Urban Emancipation: Popular Politics
in Reconstruction Mobile, 1860-1890 James Alex Baggett 75
Kari Frederickson. The Dixiecrat Revolt and the End of the
Solid South
1932-1968 Javan Frazier 78
Gordon E. Harvey. A Question of Justice: New South Governors
and Education Stephen J. Goldfarb 89
Lu Ann Jones .
Mama Learned Us to Work: Farm Women in the
New South Elizabeth Urban Alexander 80
Nell Irvin Painter . Southern History Across the Color Line
Irvin D. S. Winsboro 82
Anthony S. Parent Jr. Foul Mean.r: The Formation of Slave
Society
in Virginia Chad Morgan 61
Michael D. Pierson. Free Hearts and Free Homes: Gender and
American Antislavery
Politics Chad Morgan 61
John B. Rehder. Delta Sugar: Louisiana’s Vanishing Plantation
Landscape Charles D. Chamberlain 85
John S. Sledge.
Cities of Silence: A G11ide to Mobile’s Historic
Cemeteries
Sharyn Thompson 87
J. Douglas Smith. Managing White Supremacy: Race. Politics,
and Citizenship irt Jim Crow Virginia Stephen J. Goldfarb 89
Mary Stanton. Mississippi or Bust: The 1963 Freedom Walk
S. Jonathan Bass 93
Richard
D. Starnes , ed. Southern Journeys: Tourism, History and
Culture
in the Modern South David Crouch 95
Matthew
J. Streb. The New Electoral Politics of Race
Steven P. Brown 97
Robert David Ward and William Warren Rogers.
Alabama’s
Response to the Penitentiary Movement Timothy Dodge 99