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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
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