Softcover, Athens, Georgia, U. S. A. Southern Historical Association, 2016. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Square, tight binding. Clean and bright pages. Wrappers have light edge rubbing. Contents: Barbara J., Dysplacement and Southern history. Brandon Layton, Indian country to slave country: the transformation of Natchez during the American Revolution. Brooks Blevins, Region, religion, and competing visions of mountain mission education in the Ozarks. Jason L. Bates, Consolidating supoport for a law "incapable of enforcement": segregation on Tennessee streetcars, 1900-1930. ; 9.25" tall; 230 pages.