Race and Family in the Colonial South
Race and Family in the Colonial South
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  • ISBN-13: 9780878053339
  • ISBN: 0878053336
  • Publisher: University Press of Mississippi


Jordan, Winthrop D., Skemp, Sheila L.


Six essays showing that the roots of "Southern distinctiveness" began to take hold during the Colonial period & that systems of family & race gave the South much of its unique character. Papers from the Porter L. Fortune Chancellor's Symposium in Southern History held in 1986 at the University of Mississippi.Jordan, Winthrop D. is the author of 'Race and Family in the Colonial South' with ISBN 9780878053339 and ISBN 0878053336.

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