RAILROADS IN THE OLD SOUTH: Pursuing Progress in a Slave Society
Marrs situates railroads in the fullness of antebellum life, examining how slavery, technology, labor, social convention, and the environment shaped their evolution. Railroads exemplified Southerners' pursuit of progress on their own terms--developing modern transportation while retaining a conservative social order.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 370520X
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