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Gulf South Historical Review – subject index

“The Gulf South Historical Review, formerly the Gulf Coast Historical Review, focused on the history of the coastal region from Florida’s Big Bend to Texas. Sponsored by the history department of the University of South Alabama, this publication has ceased. Founded in 1985, the journal brought historical research and writing of the highest caliber to the public and academe. The Review sought to foster communication between the academic historian and those in all walks of life interested in history. The Review also published a number of the Proceedings of the Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference (now the Gulf South History and Humanities Conference). Back issues of the Gulf Coast / Gulf South Historical Review and the Gulf Coast / Gulf South History and Humanities Conference Proceedings may be ordered from the University Archives. Regular issues are $3.00 each, and proceedings issues are $10.00 each ($15.00 for cloth if available). There is no shipping charge for regular issues but interested parties should please add $2.00 shipping for the first proceedings issue, $1.00 for the second, and $.50 for each additional issue. For GCHR and GSHR table of contents, see Auburn University’s web page at gchr.html. A subject index to volumes 1 through 20 is available on this website.”

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