Dixie's Forgotten People: The South's Poor Whites (Minorities in modern America)

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The lives of tenant farmers, miners, textile workers, and others serve as a basis for a study of the folklore, crafts, language, and culture of the poor Southern whites and their isolation from mainstream culture

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2005 AAUP Public and Secondary School Library Selection

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Wayne Flynt is Distinguished Professor of History at Auburn University.

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