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    Atomic Dixie (Review)
    Southern Accent: From Uncle Remus to Oak Ridge, by William Tannahill Polk
    1. Southern Accent: From Uncle Remus to Oak Ridge by William Tannahill Polk
    The Saturday Review, December 12, 1953, p. 24
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    Defeat in the Southland (Review)
    The Unconquered, by Ben Ames Williams
    1. The Unconquered by Ben Ames Williams
    The Saturday Review, August 29, 1953, p. 20
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    Grand Commencement (Review)
    The War of the Revolution, by Christopher Ward and John Richard Alden
    1. The War of the Revolution by Christopher Ward and John Richard Alden
    The Saturday Review, November 22, 1952, p. 13
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    Not an Easy War (Review)
    Appeal to Arms, by Willard M. Wallace
    1. Appeal to Arms by Willard M. Wallace
    The Saturday Review, June 2, 1951, p. 9
  5. Rebels and Redcoats (1957)
    The American Revolution Through the Eyes of Those Who Fought and Lived It
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
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    Revolutionary Addenda (2 Reviews)
    From Lexington to Liberty, by Bruce Lancaster
    1. From Lexington to Liberty by Bruce Lancaster
    2. The Forgotten Leaders of the Revolution by Howard Swiggett
    The Saturday Review, April 9, 1955, p. 23
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    The Road to Five Forks (Review)
    Roll Shenandoah, by Bruce Lancaster
    1. Roll Shenandoah by Bruce Lancaster
    The Saturday Review, August 25, 1956, p. 14
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    Those Traveling Men (Review)
    Southern Territory, by Robert Tallant
    1. Southern Territory by Robert Tallant
    The Saturday Review, July 28, 1951, p. 12
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