Table of contents for Warm ashes : issues in southern history at the dawn of the twenty-first century / edited by Winfred B. Moore Jr., Kyle S. Sinisi, and David H. White Jr.


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@TEXT:Preface
Part I    Forward to the Past 00
1.   Clio at Climax: Apocalypse and the American Civil War  00
     Emory M. Thomas
Part II   Enslaved  00
2.   A Reassessment of the Volume of the Post-Revolutionary Foreign Slave Trade to North America, 1783 1810 00
     James McMillin
3.   "Old Miss Sho' Was Good to Us . . . Cause She Was Raisin' Us to Wuk For Her": Widowed Planters and Paternalism in the Old South 00
     Kirstin E. Wood
4.   White Southern Women's Responses to Slave Insurrections and Scares    00
     Patrick H. Breen
Part III  War and Southern Identity     00
5.   The Southernization of Missouri: Kansas, the Civil War, and the Politics of Identity on the Western Border     00
     Christopher Phillips
6.   Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, and the National Meaning of War     00
     Brian Dirck
7.   The Politics of Language: The Ku Klux Klan in Reconstruction     00
     Christopher Waldrep
Part IV   In the House of the Lord 00
8.   The Color of Skin Was Almost Forgotten: Biracialism in the Twentieth-Century Southern Religious Experience 00
     Paul Harvey
9.   "Doing Contrary to My Raising;" Emma Anderson Dunovant and the Woman Suffrage Campaign in South Carolina     00
     James O. Farmer Jr.
10.  The Shape of the Movement to Come: Women, Religion, Episcopalians, and the Interracial Movement in 1920s South Carolina 00
     Joan Marie Johnson
11.  Reconciliation and Regionalism: Reunion Among Southern Methodists and Presbyterians, 1920 1955 00
     William R. Glass
Part V    Along the Color Line     00
12.  State v. William Darnell: The Battle Over De Jure Housing Segregation in Progressive Era Winston-Salem 00
     Michael E. Daly, R. Stanley Baker, John Bell, Wilson Buntin, Scott Herr, Andrew Holbrook, Sarah House, J. Matthew Strader, and John Wertheimer
13.  Higher Education and the Civil Right Movement: Desegregating the University of North Carolina   00
     Peter Wallenstein
14.  Training for Partial Citizenship: Black Military Schools in the Age of Jim Crow 00
     Rod Andrew
15.  Black, White, and Gray: The Desegregation of The Citadel, 1963 1973   00
     Alexander S. Macaulay Jr.
Part VI   Of Memory and Memorials  00
16.  Whispering Consolation to Generations Unborn: Black Memory in the Era of Jim Crow 00
     W. Fitzhugh Brundage
17.  Memorializing the Movement: The Struggle to Build Civil Rights Museums in the South 00
     Glenn T. Eskew
Part VII  Back to the Future  00
     18.  The Ambivalent South     00
     Sheldon Hackney
About the Contributors   00
Index     00
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Southern States Historiography Congresses, Southern States Social conditions Congresses, Southern States Race relations Congresses, United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Social aspects Congresses, Group identity Southern States History Congresses