Notes Concerning the Editor
George Brown Tindall (1921—2006) was a native of South Carolina, prolific and respected historian, and long-time professor at the University of North Carolina.
The Southern Historical Association was founded as a gathering chiefly of Southerners teaching and writing Southern history. The annual presidential address was an occasion for a mature and respected historian to deliver thoughtful comments on things Southern. The collection is rich in the beliefs and judgments of Southern historians of an earlier time, learned and professionally devoted to impartial history. The content will make a startling contrast for any reader who is used to the output of the Southern Historical Association after its time, before South-hating and Politically Correct “mainstream” scholars took over.
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