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SOUTHERN HISTORY

African American Life in South Carolina's Upper Piedmont, 1780–1900
The Aftermath of Slavery
Against the Tide
Agriculture in Ante-Bellum Mississippi
America's Greatest Game Bird
An Antebellum Plantation Household
The Antipedo Baptists of Georgetown, South Carolina, 1710–2010
At Freedom's Door
The Atlantic Economy during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Baptist Faith in Action
Baroness of Hobcaw
The Bell Tower and Beyond
Belvidere
Bill Arp's Peace Papers
Black Slaveowners
Black and White in the Southern States
Blackways of Kent
Blood and Bone
A Bluestocking in Charleston
Brick Walls
Broke by the War
Carnival of Blood
The Carolina Rice Kitchen
Carolina Sports by Land and Water
A Cautious Enthusiasm
Charleston Come Hell or High Water
A Church, a School
Civil Rights and Wrongs
The Civil War Letters of Alexander McNeill, 2nd South Carolina Infantry Regiment
Clergymen and Chiefs
The Collapse of the Confederacy
Colonial South Carolina
Columbia and Richland County
Confederate Charleston
The Conservative Regime
Country Women Cope with Hard Times
Cracker Times and Pioneer Lives
Creating the South Carolina State House
Cuban Confederate Colonel
Cultivating a New South
The Dawn of Religious Freedom in South Carolina
Dearest Hugh
Deep South
Discovering South Carolina's Rock Art
A Divided Heart
The Dream Long Deferred
An Early and Strong Sympathy
Echoes from a Distant Frontier
Ersatz in the Confederacy
The Fabric of Liberty
A Faithful Heart
The Final Victims
Florida Founder William P. DuVal
Forgotten Founder
Francis Lieber and the Culture of the Mind
From New Babylon to Eden
From Statehouse to Courthouse
Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South
The Georgia Gold Rush
The Gold Seekers
Grander in Her Daughters
The Great Cooper River Bridge
Greenville
Guardians of the Valley
The Guns of Meeting Street
The Hammonds of Redcliffe
Hard Times on a Southern Chain Gang
Heaven Is a Beautiful Place
The History of Beaufort County, South Carolina: Volume I
The History of Cotton
The History of Newberry County, South Carolina: Volume One: 1749–1860
The History of Newberry County, South Carolina: Volume Two: 1860–1990
The History of the North Carolina Communist Party
A History of Transportation in the Eastern Cotton Belt to 1860
History and Women, Culture and Faith, Vol. 5
Horry County, South Carolina, 1730–1993
The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina
I Came Out of the Eighteenth Century
In the Great Maelstrom
In Search of Ulster-Scots Land
James Louis Petigru
John C. Calhoun
John Laurens and the American Revolution
The Journal of Peter Horry, South Carolinian
Ladies' Southern Florist
Landscape of Slavery
Let My People Go
The Letters of Pierce Butler, 1790–1794
The Letters of a Victorian Madwoman
The Leverett Letters
Liberty and Slavery
Life and Labor in the Old South
Like a Sponge Thrown into Water
Live Your Own Life
Looking for the New Deal
Lowcountry Time and Tide
Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill
The Magnificent Mays
The Market Preparation of Carolina Rice
Maroon Communities in South Carolina
McGillivray of the Creeks
A Memory of Trains
Memory and Identity
Millways of Kent
The Mobile River
Money, Trade, and Power
A Most Satisfactory Man
Myrtle Beach
Never for Want of Powder
A New Southern Woman
North Carolina
Northern Money, Southern Land
A Northern Woman in the Plantation South
Notes on Spain and the Spaniards, in the Summer of 1859, with a Glance at Sardinia
The Origins of Southern Evangelicalism
Our Fathers' Fields
The Palmetto State
The Papers of Henry Laurens
The Papers of John C. Calhoun
Paradoxes of Desegregation
The Partisan War
Partners with the Sun
Patriots, Pistols, and Petticoats
Pitchfork Ben Tillman
The Plantation
A Plantation Mistress on the Eve of the Civil War
The Planter's Guide and Family Book of Medicine for the Instruction and Use of
  Planters, Families, Country People, and All Others Who May Be Out of the Reach of
  Physicians, or Unable to Employ Them

A Portion of the People
The Power of Femininity in the New South
Preface to Peasantry
Prohibition and Politics
Promiseland
Proslavery and Sectional Thought in the Early South, 1740–1829
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!
Red Hills and Cotton
Recovering the Piedmont Past
Relieve Us of This Burthen
Religion in South Carolina
Rhett
Rice Planter and Sportsman
The Rise of Cotton Mills in the South
Sacred Symbols of Oakland
Sam Jones' Own Book
Secret and Sacred
Seeing the New South
Seed from Madagascar
Selected Letters of Anna Heyward Taylor
A Short History of Charleston
The Slaveholders' Dilemma
The Slave Power
Slave Trading in the Old South
Slavery in Mississippi
A Sober Desire for History
Soil Exhaustion as a Factor in the Agricultural History of Virginia and Maryland, 1606–1860
The South's New Politics
The South at Work
South Carolina: A History
South Carolina: The WPA Guide to the Palmetto State
A South Carolina Album, 1936–1948
South Carolina and the American Revolution
South Carolina at the Brink
The South Carolina Diary of Reverend Archibald Simpson
The South Carolina Encyclopedia
South Carolina Fire-Eater
South Carolina Goes to War, 1860–1865
South Carolina Naturalists
South Carolina Negroes, 1877–1900
South Carolina and the New Deal
The South Carolina Rice Plantation as Revealed in the Papers of Robert F. W. Allston
South Carolina Scalawags
The Southern Country Editor
Southern Folk Medicine, 1750–1820
The Southern Literary Messenger, 1834–1864
The Southern State of Mind
The Southern Strategy
A Southern Woman of Letters
A Southern Woman's Story
Southern Women in Revolution, 1776–1800
Southern Women at Vassar
Standing on Holy Ground
State of Rebellion
Stono
Talking with the Turners
The Tar Heel State
This Remote Part of the World
Three Peoples, One King
To Make This Land Our Own
Toward the Meeting of the Waters
Townways of Kent
The Unexpected Exodus
Valley of the Craftsmen
Varieties of Southern Religious History
Visual Art and the Urban Evolution of the New South
Vital Rails
Votaries of Apollo
Wade Hampton III
Walking by Faith
War, Politics, and Reconstruction
Warm Ashes
When Conscience and Power Meet
When I Can Read My Title Clear
Who Shall Rule at Home?
William Bartram and the American Revolution on the Southern Frontier
Witness to the Truth
A Woman Rice Planter
Working on the Dock of the Bay
World of Toil and Strife
A World Turned Upside Down
Yazoo; or, On the Picket Line of Freedom in the South
Yearning to Breathe Free
The Young Lions


 
 

 

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