Table of contents for The great Southern Babylon : sex, race, and respectability in New Orleans, 1865-1920 / Alecia P. Long.


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Contents
Preface 00
Introduction 00
1 "It's Because You Are a Colored Woman": Sex, Race, and Concubinage after the Civil War 00
2 The Business of Pleasure: Concert Saloons and Sexual Commerce in the Economic
Mainstream 00
3 "Where the Least Harm Can Result": Sex, Race, and Respectability in a Single Neighborhood
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4 Unusual Situations and Remarkable People: Mary Deubler, Respectability, and the History of
Storyville 00
5 "As Rare as White Blackbirds": Willie Piazza, Race, and Reform in Storyville 00
Epilogue 00
Notes 00
Bibliography 00
Index 00
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Prostitution Louisiana New Orleans History, Sex-oriented businesses Louisiana New Orleans History, Sex customs Louisiana New Orleans History, Women Louisiana New Orleans Social conditions, African Americans Louisiana New Orleans Social conditions, New Orleans (La, ) Race relations, Miscegenation Louisiana New Orleans History, New Orleans (La, ) Social life and customs, New Orleans (La, ) Social conditions, Social status Louisiana New Orleans History