By John W. Blassingame
“Blending old and sociological views, and drawing with ability and mind's eye upon numerous resources, [Blassingame] bargains clean insights into an oft-studied interval of Southern background. . . . In either time and position the writer has selected a very revealing vantage element from which to view his subject. ”—Neil R. McMillen, American old Review
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