Soft Cover, Fort Worth, TX: Southern Historical Association, 1985. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, lightly tanned pages. Wrappers have slight handling wear. Contents: McMillen, Mothers' sacred duty: breast-feeding patterns among middle- and upper-class women in the antebellum South. Rousey, Yellow fever and Black policemen in Memphis: a post-Reconstruction anomaly. Harris, Stability and change in discrimination against Black public schools: Birmingham, Alabama, 1871-1931. Book reviews, book notes, historical news and notices. 9.25" tall; 168 pages.