The Georgia Historical Quarterly

The Georgia Historical Quarterly is one of the premier state historical journals in the United States, published quarterly by the Georgia Historical Society. TheQuarterly features the finest scholarly articles on Georgia history, book reviews covering all aspects of southern and Georgia history, edited primary sources, oral histories, and essays by and about contemporary history-makers.

The Georgia Historical Society has published the Quarterly continuously since 1917. Its scholarly excellence has been recognized by the governor of Georgia with a Governor’s Award in the Humanities.

The Georgia Historical Quarterly is received by all members of the Georgia Historical Society, as well as almost 1,000 university, college, and public libraries, historical societies, and other educational and governmental institutions.

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For information on submissions to The Georgia Historical Quarterly, please contact:

Dr. Glenn McNair
Kenyon College
99 College Park Street
Gambier, Ohio 43022

Inquiries about book reviews should be sent to:

Dr. Christopher Curtis
Armstrong State University
Department of History
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah GA 31419-1997

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Volume CI, No. 4

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  • Bringing the Quarterly into the Contemporary Era: The Formative Editorships of Thomas G. Dyer and John C. Inscoe, 1982–2000
    by Paul Stephen Hudson
  • “A Most Profligate Villain”: Poor Whites as Depicted in Antebellum Wanted Proclamations
    by James M. Denham

History Now

  • Michael O’Brien: A Forum
  • An Interview with Beverly M. “Bo” DuBose III, Part Four
    by Stan Deaton

To view summaries of older issues of GHQ, visit the Georgia Historical Quarterly Archive.


Glenn McNair, Kenyon College
Dr. William T. Moore Distinguished Editor of the Georgia Historical Quarterly

Managing Editor

Stan Deaton, Georgia Historical Society

Book Review Editors

Chris Curtis, Armstrong State University
David Moltke-Hansen, Asheville, North Carolina

Brendan Crellin, Layout and Design, The Georgia Historical Society

Georgia Historical Quarterly design by Left Brain Right

Board of Editors

Stephen Berry
University of Georgia

Lee Ann Caldwell
Augusta University

Karen Cook-Bell
Bowie State University

Chris Curtis
Armstrong State University

Alan Gallay
Texas Christian University

Sarah Gardner
Mercer University

Talitha LeFlouria
University of Virginia

David Moltke-Hansen
Ashville, North Carolina

Full Page: $300/ 1 issue, $250 each/ 4 issues
Half Page: $175/ 1 issue, $150 each/ 4 issues
Quarter Page: $100
Inside Back Cover: $750
Back Cover: $1000

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To view summaries of older issues of GHQ, visit the Georgia Historical Quarterly Archive.