Gwinnett County, Georgia, and the Transformation of the American South, 1818-2018 (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
277
Utgivningsdatum
2022-07-30
Förlag
University of Georgia Press
Medarbetare
Hebert, Keith (förf)/Huffard, R. Scott (förf)/Mason, David (förf)/Hild, Matthew (red.)/Gagnon, Michael (red.)
Dimensioner
229 x 152 x 21 mm
Vikt
499 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780820362106

Gwinnett County, Georgia, and the Transformation of the American South, 1818-2018

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In Gwinnett Countys two hundred years, the area has been western, southern, rural, suburban, and now increasingly urban. Its stories include the displacement of Native peoples, white settlement, legal battles over Indian Removal, slavery and cotton, the Civil War and the Lost Cause, New South railroad and town development, Reconstruction and Jim Crow, business development and finance in a national economy, a Populist uprising and Black outmigration, the entrance of women into the political arena, the evolution of cotton culture, the development of modern infrastructure, and the transformation from rural to suburban to a multicultural urbanizing place. Gwinnett, as its chamber of commerce likes to say, has it all. However, Gwinnett has yet to be the focus of a major historical explorationuntil now. Through a compilation of essays written by professional historians with expertise in a diverse array of eras and fields, Michael Gagnon and Matthew Hilds collection finally tells these stories in a systematic wayavoiding the pitfalls of nonprofessional local histories that tend to ignore issues of race, class, or gender. While not claiming to be comprehensive, this book provides general readers and scholars alike with a glimpse at Gwinnett through the ages. CONTRIBUTORS: Julia Brock, William D. Bryan, Richard A. Cook Jr., Lisa L. Crutchfield, Michael Gagnon, Edward Hatfield, Keith S. Hbert, Matthew Hild, R. Scott Huffard Jr., David L. Mason, Marko Maunula, Erica Metcalfe, Katheryn L. Nikolich, David B. Parker, Bradley R. Rice, and Carey Olmstead Shellman
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William D. Bryan is an environmental historian in Atlanta, Georgia. Keith Hebert is an associate professor and public history program officer at Auburn University. He is the author of The Long Civil War in the North Georgia Mountains: Confederate Nationalism, Sectionalism, and White Supremacy in Bartow County, Georgia and Cornerstone of the Confederacy: Alexander H. Stephens and the Speech That Defined the Lost Cause. Marko Maunula is an assistant professor of history at Clayton State University. David B. Parker is a professor of history at Kennesaw State University. He is the author of Alias Bill Arp: Charles Henry Smith and the South's "Goodly Heritage".