The Accidental Slaveowner

African American Life in the Georgia Lowcountry

Agriculture, Geology, and Society in Antebellum South Carolina

Alabama Getaway

All Clever Men, Who Make Their Way

Almost Free

America and the Americas

American City, Southern Place

The American Dreams of John B. Prentis, Slave Trader

American Singularity

The American South in the Twentieth Century

American Wars, American Peace

America’s Corporal

Anchored Yesterdays

Anglo-Native Virginia


Antebellum Athens and Clarke County, Georgia

Argentina and the United States

Arkansas Women

Athens, 1861-1865

Atlanta and Environs

Atlanta and Environs

Atlanta and Environs

Atlantic Loyalties

Atlas of the Civil War, Month by Month


Autobiographical Reflections on Southern Religious History

Ballots and Fence Rails

Baptized in Blood

Becoming Confederates

Before Scopes

The Belle of Ashby Street

Benjamin Hawkins, Indian Agent

Berry Benson’s Civil War Book

Beyond Atlanta

The Big Tent

The Black Newspaper and the Chosen Nation

Black Politicians and Reconstruction in Georgia

Black Woman Reformer

Blind No More

Blue Coat or Powdered Wig

Blue-Eyed Child of Fortune

The Blue, the Gray, and the Green

Bolivia and the United States

Brazil and the United States

The Broken Country

Brothers and Friends

Brothers of a Vow

The Brown Decision, Jim Crow, and Southern Identity

Buried Lives

But There Was No Peace

C. Vann Woodward

C. Vann Woodward, Southerner

Camille, 1969

Canada and the United States

Captain Jones’s Wormslow


Carpet Capital

Carry It On

Caste and Class


Cause at Heart

Celia, a Slave


Central America and the United States

A Century of Georgia Agriculture, 1850–1950

Chained to the Rock of Adversity

A Changing Wind

Charleston and the Emergence of Middle Class Culture in the Revolutionary Era

Chattel Slavery and Wage Slavery

Cherokee Editor

Cherokee Removal

The Cherokees and Christianity, 1794–1870

Cherokees of the Old South


Chile and the United States

Christian Ritual and the Creation of British Slave Societies, 1650-1740

Civil Rights History from the Ground Up

The Civil Rights Movement in American Memory

The Civil War as a Crisis in Gender

The Civil War in Georgia

The Civil War Letters of Joseph Hopkins Twichell

The Civil War Letters of Joshua K. Callaway

Civil War Stories

Civil War Time

A Clashing of the Soul

Closer to the Truth Than Any Fact

Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture

Cobb’s Ordeal

Codename Greenkil

Cold War Dixie

Colombia and the United States

Colonial Georgia

A Common Thread

Communists on Campus

Communities of Kinship

Companions Without Vows

Confederate Athens

The Confederate Congress

Confederate Finance

Confederate Georgia

The Confederate Governors

Confederate Odyssey

Confederate Statues and Memorialization

The Confessions of Edward Isham

Confronting the Color Line

A Consuming Fire

Contentious Liberties

Conversations with Cuba

Cornerstones of Georgia History

The Correspondence of Sarah Morgan and Francis Warrington Dawson

Courthouses of Georgia

Crackers in the Glade

Creating Georgia

Creating the Big Easy

The Creation-Evolution Debate

The Creation of Modern Georgia

Creolization and Contraband

The Croom Family and Goodwood Plantation

Crossroads of Conflict

Cuba and the United States

The Culture of Property

Cumberland Island

Daniel Lee, Agriculturist

The Darien Journal of John Girardeau Legare, Ricegrower

Dear Master

The Death of a Confederate

Deep in Our Hearts

Deluxe Jim Crow

Democracy Delayed

Democracy Restored

The Diary of Dolly Lunt Burge, 1848–1879

Diehard Rebels

The Dinner Party

Diplomacy in Black and White

Discovering the Women in Slavery

The Disfranchisement Myth

Divine Agitators

Dixie Emporium

A Documentary History of Slavery in North America

Doing Recent History

Domesticating Foreign Struggles

The Dominican Republic and the United States

Driven from Home

Drugs and Pharmacy in the Life of Georgia, 1733–1959

Early Georgia Magazines

Ebb Tide

Ecuador and the United States

The Elements of Confederate Defeat

An Empire of Small Places

Empty Sleeves

Enemies of the Country

Enterprising Women

Entrepreneurs in the Southern Upcountry

Environmental History and the American South

Equiano, the African

Everybody Else

Everybody Was Black Down There

Everyday Life in the Early English Caribbean

The Evolution of Southern Culture

Faith in Bikinis

The Faiths of the Postwar Presidents

Farm Tenancy and the Census in Antebellum Georgia

Field Medical Services at the Battle of Manassas

Fight against Fear

Fighting to Preserve a Nation’s Soul

Finding Charity’s Folk

Finding Purple America

Flashes of a Southern Spirit

Florida Fiasco

Florida’s Flagler

Flush Times and Fever Dreams

For Free Press and Equal Rights

For God and Mammon

The Formation of a Planter Elite

Forty Years of Diversity

Four Centuries of Southern Indians

Four Years in the Confederate Navy

Free Labor in an Unfree World

Freedom, Racism, and Reconstruction

Freedom Writer

Freedom’s Shore

From a Far Country

From Abbeville to Zebulon

From Mounds to Megachurches

From Revivals to Removal

From Selma to Sorrow

Gender, Race, and Rank in a Revolutionary Age

George III and the Satirists from Hogarth to Byron

George Washington and the American Military Tradition

George Washington’s Washington

Georgia Boys with Stonewall Jackson

The Georgia Dutch

Georgia Governors in an Age of Change

Georgia History in Outline

Georgia in Black and White

Georgia Journeys

Georgia Land Surveying History and Law

Georgia Odyssey

Georgia Quilts

The Georgia-South Carolina Boundary

Georgia Voices

Georgia Women

Georgia Women

Georgia’s Frontier Women

Georgia’s Land of the Golden Isles

Georgia’s Last Frontier

The Ghosts of Guerrilla Memory

The Ghosts of Herty Field

The Girl’s Own

Globalization and the American South

The Golden Age of Piracy

Governor Henry Ellis and the Transformation of British North America

The Granite Farm Letters

The Grapevine of the Black South

The Great Savannah Races

The Greatest Trials I Ever Had

Greenbackers, Knights of Labor, and Populists

Guarding Greensboro

Guten Tag, Y’all

Haiti and the United States

The Hanging of Angélique

Hearing History

Hell’s Broke Loose in Georgia

Henry Adams and the Southern Question

Here, George Washington Was Born

A Heritage of Woe

The Herndons

Highbrows, Hillbillies, and Hellfire

A History of Georgia

A History of Georgia Agriculture, 1732-1860

Hog Meat and Hoecake

A Home-Concealed Woman

Homicide Justified

Hope Among Us Yet

Hope and Danger in the New South City

Hunting Lieutenant Chadbourne

Imagining the Past

In Search of Brightest Africa

In the Shadow of Dred Scott

Indians, Animals and the Fur Trade

Integrating the 40 Acres

The Invention of Ecocide

Invisible Southerners

Islanders in the Stream: A History of the Bahamian People

Islanders in the Stream: A History of the Bahamian People

James Habersham

James Jackson

James Monroe Smith

The Jekyll Island Club

The Jekyll Island Cottage Colony

Jekyll Island’s Early Years

Jimmy Carter, the Politics of Family, and the Rise of the Religious Right

John Bachman

John Forsyth

John Ross, Cherokee Chief

Joseph Henry Lumpkin

Joseph Vallence Bevan

Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-1839

The Journal of Archibald C. McKinley

The Journal of William Stephens, 1741–1743

The Journal of William Stephens, 1743–1745

Judgment and Grace in Dixie

Katharine and R. J. Reynolds

Keeping Time

Knights of Spain, Warriors of the Sun

Labor in the Modern South

Lachlan McGillivray, Indian Trader

Lachlan McIntosh and the Politics of Revolutionary Georgia

Land and Allegiance in Revolutionary Georgia

A Late Encounter with the Civil War

Latino Immigrants and the Transformation of the U.S. South

Le Jugement du Roy de Behaigne and Remede de Fortune

The Leader and the Crowd

Lens of War

The Leo Frank Case

Let Us Now Praise Famous Gullies

Letters from New-York

Letters of Robert Mackay to His Wife

Letters of Warren Akin

Liberalism, Black Power, and the Making of American Politics, 1965-1980

Liberals, Politics, and Power

Liberating Sojourn

The Life and Letters of Philip Quaque, the First African Anglican Missionary

Lines in the Sand

A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia

Living Atlanta

Long Green

A Long Shadow

The Lost Boys of Sudan

The Lost President

Louisiana Women

Lowcountry Hurricanes

Loyalty on the Line

Lugenia Burns Hope, Black Southern Reformer

Major Butler’s Legacy

Making Catfish Bait out of Government Boys

Making Freedom Pay

Making War, Making Women

Marching in Step

Mary Telfair to Mary Few

Mary Turner and the Memory of Lynching

Melusine of Lusignan

Memories of the Mansion

Mercy Otis Warren

Mexico and the United States

Miss You

Missing Links

Mississippi Women

Mississippi Women

Mixed Blood Indians

More Letters from the American Farmer

The Mulatta Concubine

Music in Eighteenth-Century Georgia

Myths and Men

The Nashville Way

Natchez Country

Nationalism in the New World

Nations Divided

Natives and Newcomers

Nature’s Management

Navigating Souths

Negotiating for Georgia

Never Surrender

The New Deal and American Youth

The New Deal and Beyond

New Negro Politics in the Jim Crow South

New Orleans after the Promises

New Studies in the History of American Slavery

North By South

North Carolina Women

North Carolina Women

Okefinokee Album

On Slavery’s Border

On the Rim of the Caribbean

Operation Breadbasket

Ordinary Lives in the Early Caribbean

Other Souths

The Other War of 1812

The Outcast Majority

The Oyster Question

The Pain and the Promise

Panama and the United States

Paraguay and the United States

Parties, Slavery, and the Union in Antebellum Georgia

Paternalism in a Southern City

Patrolling the Border

Peachtree Street, Atlanta

The Peculiar Democracy

Penn Center

A People’s War on Poverty

Peru and the United States


Pioneering American Wine

The Piri Reis Map of 1513

Place Over Time

Placenames of Georgia

The Plain and Noble Garb of Truth

Political Power in Alabama

The Politics of Black Citizenship

The Politics of Whiteness

A Portrait of Historic Athens and Clarke County

Practical Strangers

Preaching in Medieval Florence

Princes of Cotton

Prison Pens

Privateers of the Americas

The Problem South


The Protestant Voice in American Pluralism

Punishing the Black Body

Pure Fire

Rabble Rousers

Race and Democracy

Race and Nation in the Age of Emancipations

Race and the Atlanta Cotton States Exposition of 1895

Race, Reason, and Massive Resistance

Rafael Carrera and the Emergence of the Republic of Guatemala, 1821–1871

Rage in the Gate City

Reading Southern Poverty between the Wars, 1918–1939

Recollections of a Southern Daughter

Reconstructing Democracy

Red Clay, White Water, and Blues

Red, White, and Black Make Blue

Redeeming the Southern Family

Redefining Southern Culture

Redrawing the Historical Past

Rehearsal for Reconstruction

Religion and the American Nation

Religion and the Antebellum Debate over Slavery

Religious Diversity and American Religious History

Remaking Wormsloe Plantation

Remapping Second-Wave Feminism

Remember Me

Reminiscences of My Life in Camp

Renewing Birmingham

Restructured Resistance

Rethinking the South

Revolutionizing Expectations

Rich Man’s War

The Rise and Decline of the Redneck Riviera

The Root of All Evil

Roots and Ever Green

Ruin Nation

Rumor, Repression, and Racial Politics

The Russian Campaign, 1812

S. S. Savannah, the Elegant Steam Ship

The Sacred Flame of Love

Sacred Mission, Worldly Ambition

The Salzburger Saga

Sam Richards’s Civil War Diary

Savage Barbecue

Savannah in the Old South

Scottish Emigration to Colonial America, 1607–1785

Scottish Highlanders in Colonial Georgia

Sea Islands of Georgia

Seas of Gold, Seas of Cotton

Secession as an International Phenomenon

The Second Wave


Selling Mrs. Consumer

Selling the Old-Time Religion

Servants of the State

Shadows on My Heart

Shapers of Southern History

Shared Histories

Silk Stockings and Ballot Boxes

The Simple Life

Sitting In and Speaking Out

Situado and Sabana

The Slave Ship Wanderer

Slavery in America

Slavery In Colonial Georgia, 1730–1775

Slavery in the Caribbean Francophone World

Slavery on the Periphery

Smile Pretty and Say Jesus

Smile When You Call Me a Hillbilly

Soldiers of Light and Love

Somewhat More Independent

Sounds American

The South and the North in American Religion

The South as an American Problem

South Carolina Women

South Carolina Women

South Carolina Women

The South of the Mind

South to Bataan, North to Mukden

South to the Future

Southern Civil Religions

Southern Communities

Southern Histories

Southern Manhood

Southern Masculinity

Southern Prohibition

Southern Women at the Seven Sister Colleges

The Star Creek Papers

Stepping Lively in Place

Stories with a Moral

Striking Beauties

Teaching Equality

Tennessee Women

Texas Women

The Black Panther Party in a City Near You

Them Dark Days

These Men She Gave

They Didn’t Put That on the Huntley-Brinkley!

Things New and Strange

This Business of Relief

This Delta, This Land

Thomas Lanier Clingman

Thomas Nast

The Three Governors Controversy

Tinged with Gold

To Build Our Lives Together

To Find My Own Peace

To Have and to Hold

To Live an Antislavery Life

To Redeem the Soul of America

The Toombs Oak, the Tree That Owned Itself, and Other Chapters of Georgia

Torches of Light

Torn Between Empires

Trembling Earth

The Tuesday Club of Annapolis (1745–1756) as Cultural Performance

An Un-American Childhood

Under the Guardianship of the Nation

The Unemployed People’s Movement

The Unraveling of America

Up from the Mudsills of Hell

Upheaval in Charleston

Urban Origins of American Judaism

Venezuela and the United States

Vénus Noire

Victory at Home

Vietnam Voices

Virginia Women

The Vital Past

The Vivid Air

Voices from Company D

Voices of the Old South

The War on Poverty

War upon the Land

The Way It Was in the South

Ways of Wisdom

We Are the Revolutionists

We Shall Not Be Moved

Weaving Alliances With Other Women

Weirding the War

What Nature Suffers to Groe

What They Wished For

What Virtue There Is in Fire

When All Is Said and Done

Where There Are Mountains

The Whiteness of Child Labor Reform in the New South

Who Gets a Childhood?

Why the South Lost the Civil War

Why the South Will Survive

William Augustus Bowles

William Howard Russell’s Civil War

William Montague Browne

With Ballot and Bayonet

Womanpower Unlimited and the Black Freedom Struggle in Mississippi

Women and Power in the Middle Ages

Women’s Work, Men’s Work

Working for Equality

Writing the South through the Self

The Year of the Hare

The Year of the Lash

Yesterday in the Hills