Table of contents for Britain and the American South : from colonialism to rock and roll / essays by Franklin T. Lambert ... [et al.] ; edited by Joseph P. Ward.


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Contents
Acknowledgments   000
Foreword: Empire Building and Empire Wrecking   000
     Joseph P. Ward
Virginia's Religious Revolution: From Established Monopoly to
Free Marketplace   000
     Franklin T. Lambert
Power and Authority in the Colonial South: The English Legacy and
Its Contradictions   000
     Holly Brewer
"Like a Stone Wall Never to Be Broke": The British-Indian
Boundary Line with the Creek Indians, 1763 1773   000
     Kathryn E. Holland Braund
Carolinians Abroad: Cultivating English Identities from the
Colonial Lower South   000
     S. Max Edelson
The American South and English Print Satire, 1760 1865   000
     Marcus Wood
British Views of the Confederacy   000
     R. J. M. Blackett
The South and the British Left, 1930 1960   000
     Hugh Wilford
"By Elvis and All the Saints": Images of the American South in
the World of 1950s British Popular Music   000
     Brian Ward
Afterword: On the Irrelevance of Knights   000
     Michael O'Brien
Notes   000
Contributors   000
Index   000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Southern States Relations Great Britain Congresses, Great Britain Relations Southern States Congresses, Southern States Civilization Congresses, British Southern States History Congresses, Southern States Foreign public opinion, British Congresses, Public opinion Great Britain History Congresses