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South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805

Title : South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805
Author : Leah Townsend
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Total pages: 391 pages
ISBN: 0806306211

Baptist Churches of South Carolina and list of Baptists.

The Great Awakening and Southern Backcountry Revolutionaries

Title : The Great Awakening and Southern Backcountry Revolutionaries
Author : Richard J. Chacon,Michael Charles Scoggins
Publisher: Springer
Total pages: 117 pages
ISBN: 3319045970

This work documents the impact that the Great Awakening had on the inhabitants of colonial America’s Southern Backcountry. Special emphasis is placed on how this religious revival furrowed the ground on which the seeds of the American Revolution would sprout. The investigation shows how the Great Awakening can be traced to the Europe’s Age of Enlightenment. This effort also demonstrates how and why this revival spread so rapidly throughout the colonies. Special focus is placed on how the Great Awakening impacted the mindset of colonists of the Southern Backcountry. Most significantly, this research demonstrates how this 18thcentury revival not only cultivated a sense of American national identity, but how it also fostered a colonial mindset against established authority which, in turn, facilitated the success of the American Revolution. Additionally, this investigation will document (from a cross-cultural perspective) how religious revivals have fueled other revolutionary movements around the world. Such analysis will include the Celtic Druid Revolt, the Maji-Maji Rebellion of East Africa along with the Mad Man’s War in Southeast Asia. Lastly, the ethical ramifications of minimizing (or denying) the role that religion played in political and social transformations around the world will be addressed. This final point is of paramount importance given current trend in academia to minimize the role that religion played in spurring revolutions while emphasizing material (i.e. economic) causal factors. This attempt at divorcing religion from history is misguided and unethical because it is not only misleading but it also fails to fully acknowledge the beliefs and values that motivated individuals to take certain actions in the first place.

Encyclopaedia of South East and Far East Asia

Title : Encyclopaedia of South East and Far East Asia
Author : P. C. Sinha
Total pages: 3532 pages

Higher Education in South Africa

Title : Higher Education in South Africa
Author : Eli Bitzer
Total pages: 380 pages
ISBN: 1920338144

“Higher Education in South Africa should be of considerable interest to higher education researchers outside of South Africa, as well as within, for the general and comparative assessments it makes. The South African higher education researchers included within its covers have clearly engaged with research and writing from many parts of the world, which they have then applied to make sense of their own condition.” – Malcolm Tight Lancaster University, UK

Southwestern Colonial Ironwork

Title : Southwestern Colonial Ironwork
Author : Marc Simmons,Frank Turley
Publisher: Sunstone Press
Total pages: 199 pages
ISBN: 9780865346017

Colonial blacksmiths were more common in the Southwest and their work more sophisticated than has generally been recognized. They forged all manner of domestic utensils and hardware and served as gunsmiths, armorers and farriers. This book is the first historical and practical survey of the full range of ornamental and utilitarian ironwork used and made by Spanish people in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas from the 1500s to about 1850, and is one of the most complete pictures of any Southwestern colonial craft. It presents, also for the first time, a detailed summary of the distinctive methods employed by the old Hispanic smiths. The book contains two parts. The first looks at the early iron manufacturing and blacksmithing industries of Spain and Mexico. The second deals with the colonial smith, his equipment, his methods, and the products of his forge. Information on these subjects has been derived from documents such as wills of blacksmiths, supply lists of expeditions, and inventories of mission workshops.

Who's who in the South and Southwest

Title : Who's who in the South and Southwest
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages

Includes names from the States of Alabama, Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, and Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Petroleum geology of Southeast Asia

Title : Petroleum geology of Southeast Asia
Author : A. J. Fraser,S. J. Matthews,R. W. Murphy
Publisher: Geological Society Pub House
Total pages: 436 pages

Southern Writers

Title : Southern Writers
Author : Robert Bain,Joseph M. Flora,Louis Decimus Rubin
Publisher: LSU Press
Total pages: 515 pages
ISBN: 9780807103906

Biographical sketches of 378 writers associated with the American South are included in this important new reference work. Compiled by 172 scholars, these summaries--many of which are not readily available elsewhere--provide in their total effect a brief history of southern literature from colonial times to the present. The volume is, in part, a companion to A Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Southern Literature (Louis D. Rubin, Jr., ed.), a work that has become a standard reference for anyone seriously interested in the literature of the South. With its wealth of essential biographical information on the region's writers, both major and minor, this new guide will take its place alongside that earlier volume as an invaluable aid to the study of southern writing. Especially useful will be complete listings of the first printings of the books by each writer provided after the respective summaries. Included as contributors of the individual biographical summaries are most of the better-known scholars of southern literature, plus a number of promising young scholars. The editors, each of whom is an outstanding scholar in southern literary studies, are:

Twentieth-Century Southern Literature

Title : Twentieth-Century Southern Literature
Author : J. A. Bryant Jr.
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Total pages: 294 pages
ISBN: 081314924X

Authors discussed include: Wendell Berry, Erskine Caldwell, Truman Capote, Ralph Ellison, William Faulkner, Shelby Foote, Zora Neal Hurston, Bobbie Ann Mason, Cormac McCarthy, Flannery O'Connor, William Styron, Anne Tyler, Alice Walker, Robert Penn Warren, Eudora Welty, Tennessee Williams, Thomas Wolfe, Richard Wright, and many more. By World War II, the Southern Renaissance had established itself as one of the most significant literary events of the century, and today much of the best American fiction is southern fiction. Though the flowering of realistic and local-color writing during the first two decades of the century was a sign of things to come, the period between the two world wars was the crucial one for the South's literary development: a literary revival in Richmond came to fruition; at Vanderbilt University a group of young men produced The Fugitive, a remarkable, controversial magazine that published some of the century's best verse in its brief run; and the publication and widespread recognition of Faulkner (among others) inaugurated the great flood of southern writing that was to follow in novels, short stories, poetry, and plays. With more than forty years of experience writing and reading about the subject, and friendships with many of the figures discussed, J. A. Bryant is uniquely qualified to provide the first comprehensive account of southern American literature since 1900. Bryant pays attention to both the cultural and the historical context of the works and authors discussed, and presents the information in an enjoyable, accessible style. No lover of great American literature can afford to be without this book.

The South Seas

Title : The South Seas
Author : Sean Brawley,Chris Dixon
Publisher: Lexington Books
Total pages: 340 pages
ISBN: 0739193368

The South Seas charts the idea of the South Seas in popular cultural productions of the English-speaking world, from the beginnings of the Western enterprise in the Pacific until the eve of the Pacific War. Building on the notion that the influences on the creation of a text, and the ways in which its audience receives the text, are essential for understanding the historical significance of particular productions, Sean Brawley and Chris Dixon explore the ways in which authors’ and producers’ ideas about the South Seas were “haunted” by others who had written on the subject, and how they in turn influenced future generations of knowledge producers. The South Seas is unique in its examination of an array of cultural texts. Along with the foundational literary texts that established and perpetuated the South Seas tradition in written form, the authors explore diverse cultural forms such as art, music, theater, film, fairs, platform speakers, surfing culture, and tourism.

Mobil Travel Guide Coastal Southeast

Title : Mobil Travel Guide Coastal Southeast
Author : Mobil Travel Gd
Total pages: 216 pages
ISBN: 9780841611269

Provides information on accommodations, restaurants, and attractions in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

Savage Africa; Being the Narrative of a Tour in Equatorial, Southwestern and Northwestern Africa

Title : Savage Africa; Being the Narrative of a Tour in Equatorial, Southwestern and Northwestern Africa
Author : N.A
Total pages: 452 pages

Change in Contemporary South Africa

Title : Change in Contemporary South Africa
Author : Leonard Monteath Thompson,Jeffrey Butler
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Total pages: 447 pages
ISBN: 9780520028395

Buried Treasures of the South

Title : Buried Treasures of the South
Author : W. C. Jameson
Publisher: august house
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 9780874832860

This fifth volume in W.C. Jameson's Buried Treasure series contains 38 tales gathered from the breadth of the American South. Eight states are included: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Title : HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Author : S. S. Abdool Karim,Q. Abdool Karim
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 9781139487931

This second edition of the book provides up-to-date information on new drugs, new proven HIV prevention interventions, a new chapter on positive prevention, and current HIV epidemiology. This definitive text covers all aspects of HIV/AIDS in South Africa, from basic science to medicine, sociology, economics and politics. It has been written by a highly respected team of South African HIV/AIDS experts and provides a thoroughly researched account of the epidemic in the region.

South African Health Review

Title : South African Health Review
Author : N.A
Total pages: 232 pages

The John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia Accessions List

Title : The John M. Echols Collection on Southeast Asia Accessions List
Author : Cornell University. Libraries
Total pages: N.A pages

Chiefs in South Africa

Title : Chiefs in South Africa
Author : Barbara Oomen
Publisher: James Currey Publishers
Total pages: 272 pages
ISBN: 0852558805

Examines the role of customary law and 'traditional' authority in contemporary South Africa.

Black Southerners, 1619-1869

Title : Black Southerners, 1619-1869
Author : John B. Boles
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 9780813131351

Black Masters: A Free Family of Color in the Old South

Title : Black Masters: A Free Family of Color in the Old South
Author : Michael P. Johnson,James L. Roark
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total pages: 440 pages
ISBN: 0393245489

"A remarkably fine work of creative scholarship." —C. Vann Woodward, New York Review of Books In 1860, when four million African Americans were enslaved, a quarter-million others, including William Ellison, were "free people of color." But Ellison was remarkable. Born a slave, his experience spans the history of the South from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson to Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. In a day when most Americans, black and white, worked the soil, barely scraping together a living, Ellison was a cotton-gin maker—a master craftsman. When nearly all free blacks were destitute, Ellison was wealthy and well-established. He owned a large plantation and more slaves than all but the richest white planters. While Ellison was exceptional in many respects, the story of his life sheds light on the collective experience of African Americans in the antebellum South to whom he remained bound by race. His family history emphasizes the fine line separating freedom from slavery.