The Journal of Southern History, Volume 59, Number 4 (November 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, and there is minor soiling to the edges of pages (visible only when closed). Contents: Hofstra and Mitchell, Town and country in backcountry Virginia: Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley, 1730-1800. Fabel, An eighteen colony: dreams for Misissippi on the eve of the Revolution. Young, Ideology and death on a Savannah River rice plantation, 1833-1867: paternalism amidst "a good supply of disease and pain." Webb, From independents to Populists to Progressive Republications: the case of Chilton County, Alabama, 1880-1920. Book reviews, historical news and notices, index to volume 59. 9.25" tall; 219 pages.

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