Communities of kinship : antebellum families and the settlement of the cotton frontier
Billingsley reminds us that, contrary to the accepted notion of rugged individuals heeding the proverbial call of the open spaces, kindred groups accounted for most of the migration to the South's interior and boundary lands. In addition, she discusses how, for antebellum southerners, the relig...
University of Georgia Press,
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