[PDF] What Virtue There Is In Fire

What Virtue There Is in Fire PDF
Author: Edwin T. Arnold
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820340642
Size: 49.47 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 264
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What Virtue There Is In Fire

by Edwin T. Arnold, release date 2012-01-01, What Virtue There Is In Fire Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download What Virtue There Is In Fire books, The 1899 lynching of Sam Hose in Newnan, Georgia, was one of the earliest and most gruesome events in a tragic chapter of U.S. history. Hose was a black laborer accused of killing Alfred Cranford, a white farmer, and raping his wife. The national media closely followed the manhunt and Hose’s capture. An armed mob intercepted Hose’s Atlanta-bound train and took the prisoner back to Newnan. There, in front of a large gathering on a Sunday afternoon, Hose was mutilated and set on fire. His body was dismembered and pieces of it were kept by souvenir hunters. Born and raised twenty miles from Newnan, Edwin T. Arnold was troubled and fascinated by the fact that this horrific chain of events had been largely shut out of local public memory. In "What Virtue There Is in Fire," Arnold offers the first in-depth examination of the lynching of Sam Hose. Arnold analyzes newspapers, letters, and speeches to understand reactions to this brutal incident, without trying to resolve the still-disputed facts of the crime. Firsthand accounts were often contradictory, and portrayals of Hose differed starkly--from "black beast" to innocent martyr. Arnold traces how different groups interpreted and co-opted the story for their own purposes through the years. Reflecting on recent efforts to remember the lynching of Sam Hose, Arnold offers the portrait of a place still trying to reconcile itself, a century later, to its painful past.




[PDF] Still In Print

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Author: Jan Nordby Gretlund
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1611172640
Size: 29.72 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 296
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Still In Print

by Jan Nordby Gretlund, release date 2013-01-23, Still In Print Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Still In Print books, In Still in Print, eighteen Southern novels published since 1997 fall under the careful scrutiny of an international cast of accomplished literary critics to identify the very best of recent writings in the genre. These essays highlight the praiseworthy efforts of a pantheon of novelists celebrating and challenging regionality, unearthing manifestations of the past in the present, and looking to the future with wit and healthy skepticism. Organized around shared themes of history, place, humor, and malaise, the novels discussed here interrogate Southern culture and explore the region's promise for the future. Four novels reconsider the Civil War and its aftermath as Charles Frazier, Kaye Gibbons, Josephine Humphreys, and Pam Durban revisit the past and add fresh insights to contemporary discussions of race and gender through their excursions into history. The novels by Steve Yarbrough, Larry Brown, Chris Offutt, Barry Hannah, and James Lee Burke demonstrate a keen sense of place, rooted in a South marked by fundamentalism, poverty, violence, and rampant prejudice but still capable of promise for some unseen future. The comic fiction of George Singleton, Clyde Edgerton, James Wilcox, Donald Harington, and Lewis Nordan shows how Southern humor still encompasses customs and speech reflected in concrete places. Ron Rash, Richard Ford, and Cormac McCarthy probe the depths of human existence, often with disturbing results, as they write about protagonists cut off from their own humanity and desperate to reconnect with the human race. Diverse in content but unified in genre, these particular novels have been nominated by the contributors to Still in Print for long-term survival as among the best modern representations of the Southern novel.




[PDF] Doing Violence Making Race

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Author: Mattias Smångs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1134832044
Size: 77.69 MB
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Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 180
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Doing Violence Making Race

by Mattias Smångs, release date 2017-03-27, Doing Violence Making Race Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Doing Violence Making Race books, The subject of lynching has spawned a vast body of important research, but this research suffers from important blind spots and disjunctures. By broadening the scope of research problem formulation, staking out new theoretical-analytical tracks, and drawing upon recent innovations in statistical methodology to analzye newer and more detailed data, Doing Violence, Making Race offers an innovative contribution to our understanding of this grim subject matter and its place within the broader history and sociology of US race relations. Indeed, this volume demonstrates how different forms of lynching fed off and into the formation of the racial group boundaries and identities at the foundation of the Jim Crow system. The book also demonstrates that as dominant white racial ideologies and conceptions took an extremist turn, lethal mob violence against African Americans increasingly assumed the form of public lynchings, serving to transform symbolic representations of blacks into social stigma and exclusion. Finally, Smångs also explores how public lynchings were expressive as well as generative of the collective white racial identity mobilized through the southern branch of the Democratic Party, whilst private lynchings were related to whites’ interracial status and social identity concerns on the interpersonal level. The most complete and complex scholarly treatment of this grim subject to date, this enlightening volume will be of interest to undergraduate and graduate students interested in areas such as Sociology, Political Science, History, Criminology/Criminal Justice, Anthropology, American Studies, African-American and Whiteness Studies.




[PDF] White Too Long

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Author: Robert P. Jones
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 1982122862
Size: 13.27 MB
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Category : Religion
Languages : en
Pages : 320
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White Too Long

by Robert P. Jones, release date 2020-07-28, White Too Long Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download White Too Long books, Drawing on history, public opinion surveys, and personal experience, Robert P. Jones delivers a provocative examination of the unholy relationship between American Christianity and white supremacy, and issues an urgent call for white Christians to reckon with this legacy for the sake of themselves and the nation. As the nation grapples with demographic changes and the legacy of racism in America, Christianity’s role as a cornerstone of white supremacy has been largely overlooked. But white Christians—from evangelicals in the South to mainline Protestants in the Midwest and Catholics in the Northeast—have not just been complacent or complicit; rather, as the dominant cultural power, they have constructed and sustained a project of protecting white supremacy and opposing black equality that has framed the entire American story. With his family’s 1815 Bible in one hand and contemporary public opinion surveys by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) in the other, Robert P. Jones delivers a groundbreaking analysis of the repressed history of the symbiotic relationship between Christianity and white supremacy. White Too Long demonstrates how deeply racist attitudes have become embedded in the DNA of white Christian identity over time and calls for an honest reckoning with a complicated, painful, and even shameful past. Jones challenges white Christians to acknowledge that public apologies are not enough—accepting responsibility for the past requires work toward repair in the present. White Too Long is not an appeal to altruism. Drawing on lessons gleaned from case studies of communities beginning to face these challenges, Jones argues that contemporary white Christians must confront these unsettling truths because this is the only way to salvage the integrity of their faith and their own identities. More broadly, it is no exaggeration to say that not just the future of white Christianity but the outcome of the American experiment is at stake.




[PDF] Mary Turner And The Memory Of Lynching

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Author: Julie Buckner Armstrong
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 082033765X
Size: 60.54 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 255
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Mary Turner And The Memory Of Lynching

by Julie Buckner Armstrong, release date 2011, Mary Turner And The Memory Of Lynching Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Mary Turner And The Memory Of Lynching books, Mary Turner and the Memory of Lynching traces the reaction of activists, artists, writers, and local residents to the brutal lynching of a pregnant woman near Valdosta, Georgia. In 1918, the murder of a white farmer led to a week of mob violence that claimed the lives of at least eleven African Americans, including Hayes Turner. When his wife Mary vowed to press charges against the killers, she too fell victim to the mob. Mary's lynching was particularly brutal and involved the grisly death of her eight-month-old fetus. It led to both an entrenched local silence and a widespread national response in newspaper and magazine accounts, visual art, film, literature, and public memorials. Turner's story became a centerpiece of the Anti-Lynching Crusaders campaign for the 1922 Dyer Bill, which sought to make lynching a federal crime. Julie Buckner Armstrong explores the complex and contradictory ways this horrific event was remembered in works such as Walter White's report in the NAACP's newspaper the Crisis, the “Kabnis” section of Jean Toomer's Cane, Angelina Weld Grimké's short story “Goldie,” and Meta Fuller's sculpture Mary Turner: A Silent Protest against Mob Violence. Like those of Emmett Till and Leo Frank, Turner's story continues to resonate on multiple levels. Armstrong's work provides insight into the different roles black women played in the history of lynching: as victims, as loved ones left behind, and as those who fought back. The crime continues to defy conventional forms of representation, illustrating what can, and cannot, be said about lynching and revealing the difficulty and necessity of confronting this nation's legacy of racial violence.




[PDF] Yankee Rebel

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Author: John G. Barrett
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807872954
Size: 59.98 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 228
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Yankee Rebel

by John G. Barrett, release date 2017-10-10, Yankee Rebel Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Yankee Rebel books, This volume makes available a fascinating narrative and a document of singular importance to the study of the Civil War. It provides a clear and realistic account of the author's reaction to combat and prison life on Johnson's Island in Lake Erie. Originally published 1966. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.




[PDF] Griffin Georgia We Could Have Been Famous Volume 2 Heroes 1890 1949

Griffin  Georgia  We Could Have Been Famous    Volume 2  Heroes  1890 1949 PDF
Author: KyL Cobb
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1365018059
Size: 12.99 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
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Griffin Georgia We Could Have Been Famous Volume 2 Heroes 1890 1949

by KyL Cobb, release date 2016-04-02, Griffin Georgia We Could Have Been Famous Volume 2 Heroes 1890 1949 Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Griffin Georgia We Could Have Been Famous Volume 2 Heroes 1890 1949 books, Located south of Atlanta, there is a small, all-most forgotten Georgia town called Griffin. While this city is virtually faded from memory today, once it was a thriving center of commerce and culture. From one of the most important Secession speeches given in the pre-War south to hosting the second largest Confederate training camp, Griffin was integral in the War effort. With innovations such as the first paved section of the Dixie Highway and the Georgia Experiment Station, there was a time when Griffin was at the forefront of modern towns. This three part series takes a look at the real history of this sleeping town from fresh research using primary source documents.




[PDF] Rich Georgian Strangely Shot

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Author: Tom Hughes
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786492899
Size: 76.19 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 204
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Rich Georgian Strangely Shot

by Tom Hughes, release date 2012-10-19, Rich Georgian Strangely Shot Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Rich Georgian Strangely Shot books, In March 1912, Gene Grace, a young Atlanta businessman, was found shot in the locked bedroom of his fashionable home “between the Peachtrees.” Daisy Grace, his flashily dressed Yankee wife from Philadelphia, was soon arrested on a charge of assault with intent to murder. Gene Grace was left paralyzed but, more importantly, he was powerless legally. Under Georgia law, he could not testify against his wife. Prosecutors were forced to rely instead upon the circumstantial evidence of an alleged “diabolical plot.” The Atlanta newspapers—led by the Georgian, under the very new control of Mr. Hearst, that giant of “yellow journalism”—covered the case relentlessly. Papers across the country followed the drama for months, which concluded with a five-day trial held in the searing heat of a Georgia summer. This is the never-before-told story of the tragic romance between “the Adonis of a country town” and the woman known to all as “Daisy of the Leopard Spots.”




[PDF] The Civil War The Third Year Told By Those Who Lived It

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Author: Brooks D. Simpson
Publisher: Library of America
ISBN: 1598532618
Size: 14.32 MB
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Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 936
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The Civil War The Third Year Told By Those Who Lived It

by Brooks D. Simpson, release date 2013-05-02, The Civil War The Third Year Told By Those Who Lived It Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Civil War The Third Year Told By Those Who Lived It books, This is the third volume of the ground-breaking eyewitness narrative that has been called a "masterpiece." Spanning the crucial months from January 1863 to March 1864, this third volume of The Library of America’s highly acclaimed four volume series presents an incomparable portrait of a nation at war with itself while illuminating the military and political events that brought the Union closer to victory and slavery closer to destruction. It brings together more than 140 contemporary letters, diary entries, speeches, articles, messages, and poems by more than eighty participants and observers, among them Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, William T. Sherman, Robert E. Lee, Frederick Douglass, Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, Mary Chesnut, Clement Vallandigham, Henry Adams, Charlotte Forten, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, and George Templeton Strong, as well as Union officers Robert Gould Shaw, Charles B. Haydon, and Henry Livermore Abbott; Confederate diarists Catherine Edmondston, Kate Stone, and Judith McGuire; and Alabama soldier Samuel Pickens, Iowa housewife Catharine Peirce, Kentucky preacher George Richard Browder, and Kansas clergyman Richard Cordley. The selections include vivid and haunting eyewitness narratives of some of the war’s most famous battles—Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Vicksburg, Fort Wagner, Chickamauga, Chattanooga—as well as firsthand accounts of the merciless guerrilla war in Missouri and Kansas; the Richmond bread riot and the New York draft riots; the controversies surrounding the use of black soldiers and the Lincoln administration’s curtailment of civil liberties; and the struggles of civilians both black and white to survive increasingly harsh wartime conditions. Each volume features a detailed chronology of events, biographical notes about the writers, textual and explanatory notes, and original hand-drawn endpaper maps by expert Civil War cartographer Earl McElfresh. The Civil War: The Final Year Told by Those Who Lived It will be published in 2014.




[PDF] Challenges To Academic Freedom

Challenges to Academic Freedom PDF
Author: Joseph C. Hermanowicz
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421442205
Size: 61.44 MB
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Category : Education
Languages : en
Pages : 304
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Challenges To Academic Freedom

by Joseph C. Hermanowicz, release date 2021-11-23, Challenges To Academic Freedom Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Challenges To Academic Freedom books, Hermanowicz, Philip Lee, Gary Rhoades, Laura Stark, John R. Thelin, Hans-Joerg Tiede, Gaye Tuchman, Stephen Turner, Eve Weinbaum