9 edition of Nashville in the new South, 1880-1930 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Don H. Doyle.|
|LC Classifications||F444.N257 D69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||84011976|
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Books: Important Nashville and Middle Tennessee Histories (Note: There are scores of other important Nashville-related history books; adding to this list is an ongoing of these books are out of print, but all may be located in the Nashville Public Library or the Tennessee State Library and Archives. A New South Rebellion: The Battle Against Convict Labor in The Tennessee Coalfields, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina. Smith, Jessie Carney and Wynn, Linda T. Freedom Facts and Firsts: years of the African American Civil Rights Experience.
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Nashville in the New South, Don H. Doyle. DESCRIPTION: A general history of the city with emphasis on the social history. After Reconstruction, Nashville spearheaded the South's transformation and became a battleground for forces of continuity and by: 6.
Author, Don H. Doyle of Nashville in the New Southstates that " by the end of the 's Nashville's role as a regional educational center was indisputable." So in the words of the SEC (Southeastern Conference), education in Nashville "just means more.".
Get this from a library. Nashville in the new South, [Don Harrison Doyle]. The plant in Old Hickory went into operation on July 2nd, (approximately days ahead of schedule).
According to Don H. Doyle, author of Nashville in the New South,the E.I. Du Pont Nemours Company (name shortened to simply DuPont in the 's) coming to Old Hickory was the single most significant economic impact of the war. Nashville in the new South,Don H.
Doyle. (alk. paper): Toronto Public Library. Nashville in the New South, (Doyle, ) [name index] Nashville Since the s (Doyle, ) [name index] Nashville Streets & Their Stories (Wills, ) Nashville, Then and Now (Weidner, ) Nashville, the Occupied City: The First Seventeen Months, Febru to J (Durham, ) [name index].
Marks, Landmarks and Markers: A Guide to the Civil War in Nashville and Davidson County (Beasley, ?) Nashville: A Pictorial History (Adams & Christian, ) [name index] Nashville in the New South, (Doyle, ) [name index] Nashville Since the s (Doyle, ) [name index] Nashville Streets & Their Stories (Wills, ).
One of his books was reviewed by the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. Some of books are: The Cause of All Nations: An International History of the American Civil War; New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, ; Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question; Nashville Since the s.
Two additional books on this topic, but not on your list (or I missed them) are "Nashville Since the s" and "Nashville in the New South ". Both are by Don H. Doyle (Assoc. Prof of history at VU), and both were published by the University of Tennessee Press.
Reply DeleteAuthor: Nashville History. Basic Sources for Information about Nashville History: A Selected Bibliography Doyle, Don. Nashville in the New South, ‐ Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, Nashville, Tennessee Book Co., [Lena R. Marbury, Nashville's Streetcar Boycott (Master's thesis, Tennessee State University, ); Don Doyle, Nashville in the New South: (University of Tennessee Press, )] A.
Cultural Life in Nashville on the Eve of the Civil War - First Edition. By: Davenport, F. Garvin Price: $ Publisher: Chapel Hill, N. C., University of North Carolina: The Wayne Hand-Book of Nashville, and the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Fort Wayne, IN: Wayne Publishing Company, Waller Project Collection.
Vanderbilt University Special Collections Library, Nashville. Secondary Sources Ayers, Edward. The Promise of the New South: Life After Reconstruction.
New York: Oxford University Press, •Nashville in the New South, (Doyle, ) •Nashville Since the s (Doyle, ) •Nashville, Then and Now (Weidner, ) •Nashville, the Occupied City: The First Seventeen Months, Febru to J (Durham, ) •North Nashville and Germantown: Yesterday and Today (Connelly, ).
Doyle, Don Harrison. Nashville in the New South, Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, F N D69 Maslowski, Peter. Treason Must Be Made Odious: Military Occupation and Wartime Reconstruction in Nashville, Tennessee Millwood, NY: KTO Press, F N M38 Nashville, From Frontier to File Size: KB.
Nashville in the New South by Don H. Doyle “Nashville in the New South uncovers stories of life in a modernizing Nashville during the era of the Cheeks.” Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Social Upheaval by Saidiya Hartman.
Recommended by TSU Assistant Professor of History K. Ewing, PhD. Search within these results: Go. Select Category. African-American History/Literature (); Americana/American History (); Anthology (); Art/Photography.
Don H. Doyle, Nashville in the New South, – (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, ), 4. Board of Directors Minutes, Tennessee Historical Society, ApTennessee State Library.
Ibid., July 1, Southern Democrats in Congress had wanted to buy The Hermitage, with the idea of building a southern West Point there. Nashville in the New South, Don Harrison Doyle.
Published by Univ of Tennessee Pr May () ISBN Nashville in the New South, Doyle, Don Harrison. Published by Univ of Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
In good all round. Don H. Doyle's Nashville since the s. This book is the second of Doyle's two-volume study of Nashville.
The first volume, Nashville in the New South,was perceptively reviewed here by Howard P. Chudacoff in the March issue; his comments about the. Author of Nationalism in the New World, Secession as an international phenomenon, Faulkner's county, Secession as an international phenomenon, The South as an American problem, Nashville in the new South,Nashville since the s, The social order of a frontier community.A Socialist Utopia in the New South: The Ruskin Colonies in Tennessee and Georgia, (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), pages.
Lynching in the New South: Georgia and Virginia, (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ), pages.book reviews: the new south comes to wiregrass georgia: peter cash: tiff / pdf: book reviews: dream revisionaries: gender and genre in women's utopian fiction, c. michelle lewis: tiff / pdf: edwin dalstrom a legacy of responsible citizenship, fifty years of service to the memphis.