The Journal of Southern History, Volume 59, Number 1 (February 1993)

Soft Cover, Fort Worth, TX: Southern Historical Association, 1993. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have slight handling wear. Contents: Meier and Bracey, The NAACP as a reform movement, 1909-1965: "To reach the conscience of America." Whitman, Industrial slavery at the margin: the Maryland Chemical Works. McKenzie, Freedmen and the soil in the upper South: the reorganization of Tennessee agriculture, 1865-1880. Lichtenstein, Good roads and chain gangs in the Progressive South: "The Negro convict is a slave." Book reviews, book notes, historical news and notices. 9.25" tall; 198 pages.

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Price: $24.00