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Southern states (U.S.)

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Article Joshua Frens-String (2023)
Natural Partners: Chilean Nitrates and the Rise of Intensive Agriculture in the US South, 1900–1945. Agricultural History (pp. 48-83). (/isis/citation/CBB492686163/) unapi

Article Albert G. Way (2023)
The Grass Problem: Agrostology, Agriculture, and Environmental Transformation in the New South. Environmental History (pp. 60-84). (/isis/citation/CBB300240604/) unapi

Article Allan Ingram (2023)
Medicating Georgia: Writing Doctors in the Old South. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (pp. 153-166). (/isis/citation/CBB842011214/) unapi

Book Katherine Johnston (2022)
The Nature of Slavery: Environment and Plantation Labor in the Anglo-Atlantic World. (/isis/citation/CBB692394504/) unapi

Article Joe Regan (2022)
Irish Canallers and the Second Slavery in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Agricultural History (pp. 317-341). (/isis/citation/CBB051588207/) unapi

Article Bryant K. Barnes (2022)
Fresh Fruit and Rotten Railroads: Fruit Growers, Populism, and the Future of the New South. Agricultural History (pp. 54-90). (/isis/citation/CBB920698200/) unapi

Article Hannah Katherine Hicks (2022)
A Conjure Woman in Court: African American Conjurers as Health Practitioners and Performative Poisoners in the Post-Emancipation South. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 639-660). (/isis/citation/CBB923909086/) unapi

Article Nathan Cardon (October 2021)
Cycling on the Color Line: Race, Technology, and Bicycle Mobilities in the Early Jim Crow South, 1887–1905. Technology and Culture (pp. 973-1002). (/isis/citation/CBB141875950/) unapi

Article Élodie Grossi (2021)
Truth in numbers? Emancipation, race, and federal census statistics in the debates over Black mental health in the United States, 1840–1900. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100766). (/isis/citation/CBB819341195/) unapi

Thesis Eric C. Westbrook (2021)
A Forest of Fire: Limning Materiality and Interpretation in the Morphology of the Longleaf Pine Forest as a Cultural Landscape. (/isis/citation/CBB322143622/) unapi

Book Jeff Forret (2021)
Southern scoundrels : Grifters and graft in the nineteenth century. (/isis/citation/CBB756369235/) unapi

Book Thomas Blake Earle; D. Andrew Johnson (2020)
Atlantic Environments and the American South. (/isis/citation/CBB928461299/) unapi

Book Horace Kephart; Claxton, Mae Miller; George Frizzell (2020)
Horace Kephart : writings. (/isis/citation/CBB154285362/) unapi

Article Emily Waples (2020)
Breathing Free: Environmental Violence and the Plantation Ecology in Hannah Crafts's The Bondwoman's Narrative. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 91-126). (/isis/citation/CBB701445137/) unapi

Book Kirstin L. Squint (2020)
Swamp Souths: literary and cultural ecologies. (/isis/citation/CBB510431668/) unapi

Chapter D. Ryan Gray (2020)
An Archaeology of a Chinese Laundryman in the Jim Crow South: The Sam Long Laundry, New Orleans, Louisiana. In: Chinese diaspora archaeology in North America. (/isis/citation/CBB670544744/) unapi

Book Wendy Gonaver (2019)
The Peculiar Institution and the Making of Modern Psychiatry, 1840–1880. (/isis/citation/CBB313122849/) unapi

Book Gregory A. Waselkov (2019)
Native American log cabins in the Southeast. (/isis/citation/CBB903037734/) unapi

Book R. Scott Huffard (2019)
Engines of redemption : Railroads and the reconstruction of capitalism in the New South. (/isis/citation/CBB787943875/) unapi

Article Andrew C. Baker (2019)
Risk, Doubt, and the Biological Control of Southern Waters. Environmental History (pp. 327-350). (/isis/citation/CBB702218146/) unapi


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