The Journal of Southern History, Volume 56, Number 3 (August 1990)

Soft Cover, Fort Worth, TX: Southern Historical Association, 1990. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have slight handling wear. Contents: Finkelman, The kidnapping of John Davis and the adoption of the Fugitive Slave Law of 1793. DeBats, An uncertain arena: the Georgia House of Representatives, 1808-1861. Mixon, The ultimate irrelevance of race: Joel Chandler Harris and Uncle Remus in their time. Buenger, Between community and corporation: the Southern roots of Jesse H. Jones and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Book reviews, notes, historical news and notices. ; 9.25" tall; 208 pages.

Item #5100029

Price: $24.00