[EPUB] ì Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation

J. William Harris ☆ 0 REVIEW

Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation

REVIEW ´ Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation Cial spectrum Deep Souths presents a comparative and ground level view of history that challenges the idea that the lower South was either uniform or static in the era of segregation By the end of the New Deal era changes in these regions had prepared the way for the civil rights movement and the end of segregation

SUMMARY Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation

REVIEW ´ Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation D economies based on slave plantation labor in 1860 their histories diverged sharply during the three generations after Reconstruction With research gathered from oral histories census reports and a wide variety of other sources Harris traces these regional changes in cumulative stories of individuals across the so

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REVIEW ´ Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation Deep Souths tells the stories of three southern regions from Reconstruction to World War II the Mississippi Yazoo Delta the eastern Piedmont of Georgia and the Georgia Sea Islands and Atlantic coast Though these regions initially shared the histories and populations we associate with the idea of a Deep South all ha


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    [EPUB] ì Deep Souths Delta Piedmont and Sea Island Society in the Age of Segregation J. William Harris ☆ 0 REVIEW Harris' book although somewhat dry and heavy on charts tables and statistics provides an interesting and detailed look at the historical trajectory of three microregions that each can be considered part of the Deep South in that their economies were heavily reliant on enslaved agricultural labor before the Civil War the Sea Islands of Georg

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