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100 1  Thomason, Michael V. R 
245 14 The Great War in the Heart of Dixie :|bAlabama During 
       World War I 
264  1 Alabama :|bUniversity of Alabama Press,|c2008 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource (286 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction: 
       Alabama, April 1917 (Martin T. Olliff) -- 2. Military 
       Participation at Home and Abroad, 1917-1918 (Ruth Smith 
       Truss) -- 3. "Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Grounds": 
       Alabama's Military Bases in World War I (Wesley Phillips 
       Newton) -- 4. Alabama's Black Baptist Leaders, the 
       Progressive Era, and World War I (Wilson Fallin, Jr.) -- 
       5. A Call to Arms for African Americans during the Age of 
       Jim Crow: Black Alabamians' Response to the U.S. 
       Declaration of War in 1917 (David Alsobrook) -- 6. From 
       the Cotton Field to the Great Waterway: African Americans 
       and the Muscle Shoals Project during World War I (Victoria
       E. Ott) -- 7. Mobile in World War I (Michael V.R. 
       Thomason) -- 8. The Alabama Council of Defense, 1917-1918 
       (Dowe Littleton) -- 9. "Can All We Can, and Can the Kaiser,
       Too": The Montgomery Cooperative Canning Club (Martin T. 
       Olliff) -- 10. World War I: Catalyst for Social Change in 
       Alabama (Robert Saunders, Jr.) -- 11. Memorializing World 
       War I in Alabama (Robert J. Jakeman) -- Notes -- 
       Contributors -- Index 
520    There has been much scholarship on how the U.S. as a 
       nation reacted to World War I, but few have explored how 
       Alabama responded. Did the state follow the federal 
       government's lead in organizing its resources or did 
       Alabamians devise their own solutions to unique problems 
       they faced? How did the state's cultural institutions and 
       government react? What changes occurred in its economy and
       way of life? What, if any, were the long-term consequences
       in Alabama? The contributors to this volume address these 
       questions and establish a base for further investigation 
       of the state during this era.  Contributors: David 
       Alsobrook, Wilson Fallin Jr., Robert J. Jakeman, Dowe 
       Littleton, Martin T. Olliff, Victoria E. Ott, Wesley P. 
       Newton, Michael V. R. Thomason, Ruth Smith Truss, and 
       Robert Saunders Jr 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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650  0 World War, 1914-1918 - Alabama 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Alsobrook, David E 
700 1  Fallin, Wilson 
700 1  Jakeman, Robert J 
700 1  Littleton, Dowe 
700 1  Newton, Wesley Phillips 
700 1  Ott, Victoria E 
700 1  Saunders, Robert, Jr 
700 1  Truss, Ruth Smith 
700 1  Saunders, Robert 
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