6 edition of Encyclopedia of the antebellum South found in the catalog.
Alphabetical entries present the culture, history, and key figures of the American South in the half-century before the Civil War.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James M. Volo and Dorothy Denneen Volo.|
|Genre||Encyclopedias, Juvenile., Encyclopedias.|
|Contributions||Volo, Dorothy Denneen, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||F213 .V65 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||99028797|
Meteorologically, the Civil War took place at the tail end of what is often termed the Little Ice Age, a period of general cooling and unpredictability that most scholars date from roughly to Despite what its name suggests, the Little Ice Age actually encompassed dramatic fluctuations in weather, with one year bringing an intensely cold winter and easterly winds, and the next heavy. Antebellum, Latin for before war, may refer to. United States. Antebellum South, the pre-American Civil War period in the Southern United States. Antebellum Georgia; Antebellum South Carolina.
The Antebellum South (also known as the antebellum era or plantation era) was a period in the history of the Southern United States from the late 18th century until the start of the American Civil War in This period in the South's history was marked by the economic growth of the region, largely due to its heavy reliance on slavery, and of its political influence on the U.S. federal. In the image above (Figure ), innumerable slaves load cargo onto a steamship in the Port of New Orleans, the commercial center of the antebellum South, while two well-dressed white men stand by talking. Commercial activity extends as far as the eye can see.
This book describes the history of Bamberg, South Carolina, with maps, photographs, and text regarding the antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras; more specific chapters discuss the buildings, businesses, schools, churches, occupations and people of the s. Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South (Cambridge Studies on the American South) (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners. Recommended By.
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Nearly entries, selected for curriculum relevance with the assistance of historians and secondary school library media specialists, are organized alphabetically and thoroughly cross Cited by: 1.
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Volo. Encyclopedia of the antebellum South. [James M Volo; Dorothy Denneen Volo] -- Alphabetical entries present the culture, history, and key figures of the American South in the half-century before the Civil War.
Religion has always been part of the cultural heritage of that region, but scholarly investigation had been sporadic. Since the original publication of the ERS, however, the South has changed significantly in that Christianity is no longer the 5/5(1).
While chapters alternate between the final days of the antebellum South and the s, at its heart the book is the story of the Beauvais Plantation, where Emily Reid, impoverished daughter of a crippled Confederate soldier, marries plantation owner Antony Levallois.
A SHOUT IN THE RUINS (Ecco/HarperCollins, $). Encyclopedia of the antebellum South book Ironically, the antebellum South’s quest for economic independence via slave-produced cotton made the culture more dependent than ever on outside economies.
Approximately 75% of cotton produced in the South was exported abroad, but this system required mass imports of food and supplies from the West to sustain itself. The Early Republic and Antebellum America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History Christopher G.
Bates Routledge, Apr 8, - History - pages. The first book published by a black in the South was The Hope of Liberty (), which contained poems decrying the slaves' condition, by George Moses Horton of North Carolina. The only writer of this period who, with the passage of time, was to rise to a level of national and international prominence was Edgar Allan Poe, whose relationship to.
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Encyclopedia of the Antebellum South Encyclopedia of the Antebellum South. Editor/Author Volo, James M. and Volo, Dorothy Denneen Publication Year: Publisher: ABC-CLIO. ISBN: Category: History - United States -- History Image Count: 97 Book.
Twentieth-century romantic portrayals of the antebellum South, such as Margaret Mitchell’s novel Gone with the Wind () and the film adaptation, mostly ignored the role of yeomen.
The major challenge to the view of planter dominance came from historian Frank Lawrence Owsley’s book, Plain Folk of the Old South (). Antebellum South is a book written by American historian John W.
Blassingame. Published init is one of the€ Boundless – Forming a Slave Community, Slaves Families and. Blassingame, John, The Slave Community. During the boom Georgia's entrepreneurs experimented in the size of their new factories and in the technologies they employed.
Urban entrepreneurs—in Augusta by the early s and in Columbus by the early s—built large mills on commercially developed power canals. (These mills were modeled on those constructed by Francis Cabot Lowell, a wealthy Boston merchant, who developed the first. Welfare and Charity in the Antebellum South Alford is the author of the award winning book Prince Among Slaves (), the celebrated story of an African royal enslaved in the antebellum South.
The book was turned into a documentary shown on PBS in that attracted a national audience of more than 3 million viewers.
Encyclopedia of the Antebellum South by James M. Volo, Dorothy Denneen Volo The only encyclopedia of the history, people, events, places, movements, and issues of the Antebellum South.
Conditions of antebellum slavery - Resource Bank Contents: By slavery was primarily located in the South, where it existed in many different forms.
African Americans were enslaved. Antebellum Groups & Organizations. Cherokee Indians. Slave Women. Antebellum Figures. Mirabeau B.
Lamar () William and Ellen Craft (; ) Telfair Family. Mark Anthony Cooper () Courtesy of Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
The South still commonly appears as the land of the Bible Belt, of evangelical Protestant hegemony. Despite the rapidly increasing immigration from all parts of the world to the region, there is still justification for such a view.
To study religion in the South, then, is to examine the influence of a dominant evangelical culture that has shaped the region’s social mores, religious. Among antebellum diaries, Mary Chesnut's Civil War (edited by C.
Vann Woodward, ) most elaborately details antebellum southern cultural life, landscape, social events, political controversy, and domestic relations.
It is, as well, a moral critique by a southern aristocrat experiencing the social tumult and disruption of civil war. Encyclopedia of the Antebellum South by James M.
Volo; Dorothy Denneen Volo Call Number: Beeghly Reference FV65 or e-book The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life in America (Vol.
1): The War of Independence and Antebellum Expansion and Reform, by Randall M. Miller. Lost Cause The term "Lost Cause" emerged at the end of the Civil War when Edward Pollard, editor of the Richmond Examiner, popularized it with his book The Lost Cause, which chronicled the Confederacy's term swiftly came into common use as a reference not only to military defeat, but defeat of the "southern way of life"—a phrase that generally referred to the South of the.Twenty-five years after its original publication, Slave Religion remains a classic in the study of African American history and religion.
In a new chapter in this anniversary edition, author Albert J. Raboteau reflects upon the origins of the book, the reactions to it over the past twenty-five years, and how he would write it differently today.Unlock This Study Guide Now.
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