Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2003. Hardcover. Black cloth boards with silver lettering on spine. xxvi, 265 pp. BW illustrations. VG/VG. Item #164032
This richly illustrated collection of fourteen essays examines the ways in which Confederate memorials from Monument Avenue to Stone Mountain and the public rituals surrounding them testify to the tenets of the Lost Cause, a romanticized narrative of the war. Several essays highlight the creative leading role played by women s groups in memorialization, while others explore the alternative ways in which people outside white southern culture wrote their very different histories on the southern landscape. -Amazon.
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