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THE

South Atlantic Quarterly.

JOHN SPENCER BASSETT, EDITOR.

Volume I.

January to October, 1902.

DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA.

1902.

Contents of Volume I.

Editor's Announcement ......

1

An Inquiry Regarding Lynching...... ..John Carlisle Kilgo.

Geneva.........

..John Martin Vincent .. 14

Lowell as a Citizen........

..Edwin Mims.........

27

Child Labor......

Jerome Dowd..

41

Alfred in Relation to English Literature... William Preston Few .....

King Alfred as a Statesman.

William Kenneth Boyd....... 57

A New Equality..........

William Ivey Cranford ....... 66

Character of the Early Virginia Trade..... The Editor.....

73

Book Reviews ..

82

Literary Notes.

96

Number 2, April, 1902.

The Bottom of the Matter ...... ...... The Editor....

99

The Anti-Slavery Sentiment in Virginia...James Curtis Ballagh .........107

The Christian Basis of Citizenship...........John Carlisle Kilgo..............118

The Course of Louisiana Politics from 1862 to 1866,

Frederick W. Moore ..... 128

The Reconstruction of Southern Literary Thought,

Henry M. Snyder. ..145

North Carolina in the Revolution ............ William E. Dodd... 156

Literature for the Study of the Colonial History of South Carolina,

W. Roy Smith......... ..162

Andrew Johnson's Administration..........Burr J. Ramage .... ...171

Colonel John Hinton ............

..Mary Hilliard Hinton ........183

Book Reviews .....

188

Literary Notes.

..197

Number 3, July, 1902.

The Problems of the Author in the South.. The Editor.........

.201

Two New England Rulers of Madras....... Bernard C. Steiner....... .209

The Renaissance in New England............Edwin Mims........ .224

Southern History in American Universities,

William Kenneth Boyd.......239

The College Professor in the Public Service,

William H. Glasson ..... ...247

Andrew Johnson's Administration...........Burr J. Ramage.

.256

An Unconsidered Aspect of the Negro Question,

Robert Watson Winston ....266

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Adams, Charles Francis, “Shall of Captain John Smith,''194;Tay-

Cromwell Have a Statue ?” 382. lor's' International Public Law,
Adams, Herbert B., “Tributes of 195; Page's "Rebuilding of Old

Friends," Review of, 292; Influ- Commonwealths," 288; Har.
ence on Riley, 372.

land's "Lady Paramount," 290;
African Colonization Society, 114. "Tributes to Herbert B. Adams,
Alabama, Internal Improvements 292; Brown's “Lower South in

in, 298; Historical Work in, 375, American History,'' 293; Payne's
377.

"Little Leaders," and "Editorial
Alaska, Boundary of, 297.

Echoes, 295; Friedenwald's
Alfred in Relation to English Liter- "Calendar of Washington Manu-

ature and Culture, by WILLIAM scripts," 295; Ashley's “American
PRESTON FEW, 44.

Federal State," 378; Forman's
Alfred, King, as a Statesman, by "Political Activity of Philip Fre-

WILLIAM KENNETH BOYD, 57. neau," 379; Harriet Prescott
"American Federal State, The,” by Spofford's “The Great Proces-

R. L. Ashley, Review of, 378. sion,” 380; Brown's “Moses,"

Ames, H. V., 385.

380.

Andrews, C. M., 384.

Beers, Henry A., "History of Eng.

Andrew Johnson's Administration, lish Romanticism," Review of, 82.

by BURR J. RAMAGE, 171, 256. Book Reviews, 82,188, 288, 378.

Announcement, Editor's, 1.

Boston, Characteristics of, 232.

Anti-Slavery Sentiment in Virginia, Bottom of the Matter, The, 99.

by JAMES CURTIS BALLAGH, 107. Boyn, WILLIAM KENNETH, King

Ashley, R. L., “The American Fed- Alfred as a Statesman, 57.
eral State," Review of, 378.

Southern History in Amer-
Author, Problems of the, in the ican Universities, 238, 384.
South, 201.

Reviews—Taylor's "Classi-

cal Heritage of the Middle Ages,”

Bacon's Rebellion, 86.

84; Matthew's “The French Rey.

BALLAGH, JAMES Curtis, Anti- olution," 90; Walker's "The Re-

Slavery Sentiment in Virginia, formation,” 92.

107.

Bourne, E. G., 384.

Banks, Gen. N.P., 131, 133, 137. Branch Historical Papers, The, 297.

BASSETT, John SPENCER, Editor's Brown, Bedford, 327, 329.

Announcement, 1.

Brown, Charles Hovey, "Moses, a

Character of the Early Drama," Review of, 380.

Virginia Trade, 73.

Brown, John, Letters of, 385.
The Bottom of the Mat- Brown, WilliamGarrot,“TheLower
ter, 99.

South in American History,” Re-
Problems of the Author view of, 293.

in the South, 201.

Butler, Gen.B. F., in Louisiana, 131.

The Reign of Passion,301. Byrd, Col. William, 77, 79, 80.

How a Young Man Built

Up History in Mississippi, 372. Cable, George W., 98.

-, Reviews-Raper's “North Calhoun, 365, 367, 370; Theories

Carolina, a Royal Province,” 93; of, 198; Compared with Lowndes,
George's "Geography and His 365; Letters of, 384.

tory," 94; Dixon's "Leopard's Canada, On Manitoulin, 333.

Spots,"188;Woods's “True Story Canals, The Principle of Neutrali-

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