This winter we sled from the mountains to the Rich Lands and make a few stops in between.
"Dixie, the song reminds us, is the place where old times are not forgotten."
"Compare the romanticized myth of the Avirett family decline with the economic and ecological reality."
"The Melungeons prove to be more than just another of the South's 'little races' for the author."
"White liberals of the thirties and forties viewed the South's problems in terms of region rather than race. What happens when their views begin to change?"
"Take a look at twenty years of the Mississippi Delta Blues."
Oxford University Press, 1994. University of Georgia Press, 1994.
Center for Documentary Studies in Association with W. W. Norton, 1997
Routledge Hill Press, 1996
University Press of Florida, 1995
University Press of Virginia, 1996
University of North Carolina Press, 1995
Louisiana State University Press
Louisiana State University Press, 1996
University of South Carolina Press, 1995; Mercer University Press, 1995; Mercer University Press, 1996
"More than half of the South's new housing stock is now made up of mobile homes, single- and, yes, double-wide, and most southerners have at least a second-hand acquaintance with this unpretentious if image-challenged form of shelter."
"Hayes was told that whites would never go to hear a black man sing classical music."
"Something told me not to ask silly questions about the depraved appetites of Delta mice."