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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William J Cooper, Jr.; Tom E Terrill
|Description:||xxviii, 834 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The beginnings; the economic and social world; the intellectual, political and religious world; the revolution; the South in the new nation; Republican ascendancy; a new political structure; plantations and farms; the institution of slavery; the world of the slaves; learning, letters and religion; the free social order; political parties and the territorial issues; the crisis of the union; the confederate experience; after the war; economic reconstruction - 1865-1880; the redeemers and the new South - 1865-1890; a different South emerges - rails, mills and towns; shaking the foundations - the 1890s; division in Dixie; Southern progressiveness; restoration and exile - 1912-1929; religion and culture in the new South; the emergence of the modern South - 1930-1945; the end of Jim Crow - the civil rights revolution; the modern South; no Eden in Dixie.|
|Responsibility:||William J. Cooper, Jr., Thomas E. Terrill.|