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From the Publisher"A solid resource and a valuable contribution to our understanding of education, which plays a major role in defining and developing southern culture in its various forms."
-North Carolina Historical Review
"An excellent reference work and jumping-off point for new research."-Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
"Well-written, interesting, and wide-ranging in its scope. . . . Education is highly recommended to those with interests in southern education. It is a thoughtful, readable, useful work that will undoubtedly serve, as did its predecessor, to help shape twenty-first century thinking about the role of education in shaping southern culture."
-Florida Historical Quarterly
"This excellent (and singular) source of scholarship on education from a unique cultural perspective will be a welcome addition to academic libraries, especially in those institutions with strong education programs."
-Library Journal Starred Review
"This volume is recommended for purchase by academic libraries and any other libraries assembling the complete encyclopedia."
-American Reference Books Annual
"This volume adds new perspectives and insights in its cultural approach to the South. . . .Readers will be impressed with the clarity of writing and breadth of coverage. . . .Every public and academic library should own this readable volume. Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and above; general readers."
"Individuals interested in the South and in Alabama history, in particular, will find the volume explanatory and engaging."