Nashville - Further reading
Further reading on Nashville
Charles Hudson's The Southeastern Indians is considered the seminal work on the area's archaeological and Native American history.
Of the many tomes written on the Civil War, the three-volume The Civil War: A Narrative, by Mississippi historian Shelby Foote, is considered a major sourcebook.
Been in the Storm So Long by Leon Litwak explores the aftermath of slavery in the South through revealing personal accounts of ex-slaves and former slaveholders.
Dixie Rising by Yankee observer and New York Times reporter Peter Applebome is the most recent contribution to sociopolitical observations on the USA's Southern region.