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Reconsidering Southern Labor History: Race, Class, and Power

The broad chronological sweep and comprehensive nature of Reconsidering Southern Labor History set this volume apart from any other collection on the topic in the past forty years. Presenting the latest trends in the study of the working-class South by a new generation of scholars, this volume is a surprising revelation of the historical forces behind the labor inequalities inherent today. 

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Interstate 81: The Great Warriors Trace

A road trip through history and the heart of the first frontier

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Gender and Democracy in Cuba

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The Insistence of Harm

An award-winning collection from an acclaimed contemporary poet  

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A Desolate Place for a Defiant People: The Archaeology of Maroons, Indigenous Americans, and Enslaved Laborers in the Great Dismal Swamp

Daniel Sayers exposes and unravels the complex social and economic systems developed by defiant communities that thrived on the periphery.

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Archaeology of the Mid-Holocene Southeast

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Sir Samuel Hood and the Battle of the Chesapeake

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God's Fields: Landscape, Religion, and Race in Moravian Wachovia

Although Salem's still-active community includes one of the oldest African American congregations in the nation, the evidence contained in God's Fields reveals that during much of the twentieth century, the church’s segregationist past was intentionally concealed. Leland Ferguson's work reconstructing this "secret history" through years of archaeological fieldwork was part of a historical preservation program that helped convince the Moravian Church in North America to formally apologize in 2006 for its participation in slavery and clear a way for racial reconciliation.

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Beach and Coastal Camping in the Southeast

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Unlikely Dissenters: White Southern Women in the Fight for Racial Justice, 1920–1970

Anne Stefani examines and compares two generations of white women—before and after the 1954 Brown decision—who spoke out against Jim Crow while remaining deeply attached to their native South. She demonstrates how their unique grassroots community-oriented activism functioned within—and even used to its advantage—southern standards of respectability.