The New South

James Gregory

During the 20th century 20 million white and 8 million black Southerners moved to the North and West. The facts and the human experience of this important and little-noticed phenomenon are well covered in this work.

Bill C. Malone

A history of the internationally recognized Southern music culture.

Eugene B. Sledge

An Alabama Marine’s classic memoir of World War II fighting in the Pacific.

Bruce Palmer

An uncharacteristically balanced and at times sympathetic academic treatise on the Southern populist movement in the 1880s and 1890s.

Richard M. Weaver

A rich collection of material from one of the most important Southern scholars of the twentieth century.

Richard M. Weaver

Equally as important as the previous work, this was Weaver’s first full defense of the South as the intellectual center of American conservative thought.

Basil L. Gildersleeve

The author was the greatest American classical scholar and a Confederate soldier who explained things to fair-minded Northerners after Reconstruction.