The South Through Time: A History of an American Region, Volume I (Paperback)John B. Boles (author)
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A core text for one or two-semester, upper-level courses in the History of the South, Southern Civilization, and Southern History; also useful as a supplementary text for U.S. History courses or specialized courses in Southern History, such as Race and Violence in Southern History, Women in Southern History, courses in Southern Literature, or African American Studies.
This text offers a highly analytical, gracefully written narrative of the entire sweep of southern history, from the first settlement by Native Americans to the present. Comprehensive, interpretive, and inclusive, with much attention given to politics, society, economics, culture, religion, women, and African Americans, it offers a discussion of regional variation within the South and broadens its coverage beyond the traditional emphasis on the Atlantic seaboard states. The South Through Time is the most up-to-date, analytical, and stylishly written history of the region available on the market. New edition features recent scholarship, several new examples, updated coverage through 2002 Elections and updated Readings.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 369
Weight: 621 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
Edition: 3rd edition
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