Table of contents for Searching for their places : women in the South across four centuries / edited by Thomas H. Appleton Jr. and Angela Boswell.


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Introduction
  STEPHANIE COLE 1

Pocahontas Was Not the Only One
  Indian Women and Their English Liaisons in
  Seventeenth-Century Virginia
  VIRGINIA BERNHARD 13

"Nocturnal Adventures in Mulatto Alley"
  Sex in Charleston, South Carolina
  CYNTHIA M. KENNEDY 37

"Mah Pappy Belong to a Neighbor"
  The Effects of Abroad Marriages on Missouri Slave Families
  DIANE MUTTI BURKE 57

"With Humbled and Painfully Blited Feelings"
  A Southwest Virginia Woman in "the Great Wourld"
  of Richmond, 1837-1840
  NORMA TAYLOR MITCHELL 79

Active Faith
  The Participation of Louisiana Women in Antebellum
  Religious Services
  JULIA HUSTON NGUYEN 101

A History of Captivity and a History of Freedom
  Race in a Civil War Household of Single Women
  LAURA ODENDAHL 122





Women's Role in the Transformation of Winnie Davis
into the Daughter of the Confederacy
  CITA COOK 144

Abbie Holmes Christensen and the Politics
of Maternalism and Race
  Beaufort, South Carolina, 1890-1938
  MONICA MARIA TETZLAFF 161

Promoting Tradition, Embracing Change
  The Poppenheim Sisters of Charleston
  SIDNEY R. BLAND 179

A Murder in the Kentucky Mountains
  Pine Mountain Settlement School and
  Community Relations in the 1920s
  DEBORAH L. BLACKWELL 196

Gender and Sectionalism in New Deal Politics
  Southern White Women's Campaign for Labor Reform
  LANDON R. Y. STORRS 218

Exposing Anger and Discontent
  Esther Bubley's Portrait of the Upper South during World War II
  MELISSA A. MCEUEN 238

"With All Deliberate Speed"
  The Integration of the League of Women Voters of New Orleans,
  1953-1963
  SHANNON L. FRYSTAK 261

About the Editors and the Contributors 285
Index 287





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women Southern States History