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Albert Colbey Smith papers

Albert Colbey Smith papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Albert Colbey Smith papers
Creator: Smith, Albert Colbey, -1985
Inclusive Dates: 1972-1985
Language(s): English
Extent: 4 Linear Feet (5 document boxes, 4 half boxes, 2 large card file boxes)
Collection Number: ms2526
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Albert Colbey Smith (d. 1985) was a historian who earned a master's degree and PhD at the University of Georgia.

Scope and Content

This collection includes a copy of his dissertation, research material, drafts, revisions, notes, and photocopies and reprints of much of the material cited in his bibliography.

Administrative Information

Custodial History

Gift of Art A. Stanley, executor of the estate of Albert C. Smith, 1987.

Preferred Citation

Albert Colbey Smith papers, ms2526, Hargrett Rare Book & Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2010 March 22.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

African Americans -- Georgia.
African Americans -- History.
Baldwin County (Ga.)
Crime -- Georgia.
Georgia -- Race relations.
Graduate students -- Georgia.
Historians -- Georgia.
McIntosh County (Ga.)
Racism -- Georgia.
Social classes -- Research -- Georgia.
Terrell County (Ga.)

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing


1. Writings by Smith


11Chapter I : "pre-Holmes"
12Chapter I : "post-Holmes"
13Chapter II : "pre-Holmes"
14Chapter II ; "post-Holmes"
15-Copies, Chapters I & II
16Chapter III: "pre-Holmes"
17Chapter III: "post-Holmes"
18-Copy, Chapter III
19Chapter IV : "pre-Holmes"
110Chapter IV : "post-Holmes"
111Chapter V : "pre-Holmes"
112Chapter V : "post-Holmes"
113Chapter VI : "pre-Holmes"
114Chapter VI : "post-Holmes"
116Computations and Tables
21Outlines, Chronologies
22Bibliography, Sources

Other Writings

24HIS 814C Term Paper. "Crime and Instability in Terrell County, Georgia: 1866 to 1894", 1972
25"Myths and Realities in Southern Violence: Women as Suspects and Victims in Black-Belt Georgia, 1866-1910"
26"Race, Class, and Property Crime in Georgia's Black-Belt, 1866-1910"
27"Race, Class, and Violent Property Crime: A Study of the Social and Economic Origins of Arson in Rural Georgia, 1866-1910"
28Organization of American Historians. "Barn Burning, 'Matches in the Cotton,' and Violent Property Crime: A Study of Arson and Black Protest in Rural Georgia, 1866-1910", 1982
Paper delivered at Annual Meeting
29Journal of Southern History Resubmission Draft of Article. "'Southern Violence' Reconsidered: Arson as Protest in Black-Belt Georgia, 1865-1910"
210Journal of Southern History Resubmission Draft Footnotes
211Journal of Southern History Notes on Resubmission Draft Changes
212Journal of Southern History Resubmission Draft Addition and Notes
213Journal of Southern History Article as Published. "'Southern Violence' Reconsidered: Arson as Protest in Black-Belt Georgia, 1865-1910", November 1985

2. Research Materials


215Copy, Altamaha Ledger

Baldwin County Research

3A1County History
3A2Tax Digests
3A3Court Records

McIntosh County Research

3B1County History
3B2Tax Digests
3B3Court Records

Terrell County Research

3C1County History
3C2Tax Digests
3C3Court Records
3C4Court Records

General Research (Diss.)

42Census by Profession
43Class Structure
44Economic Indicators
45Planter Persistence
46Government Documents
47Tunis G. Campbell
48Whitfield County Court Records
49Crime by Case Code
410Prison Records
412Suicide and Vandalism
414Politics, Voting
415Other, Later Tax Digests
416Maps and Tables
417Housing: Milledgeville
418Notes from the Diaries of John Girardeau Legaré
419Notes from the Diary of Archibald C. McKinley
420Miscellaneous Reading Notes

3. Source Material

51Armstrong, Thomas F. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 258), February 1980
52Armstrong, Thomas F. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 268), April 1980
53Armstrong, Thomas F. "The Transformation of Work: Turpentine Workers in Coastal Georgia, 1880-1917". (A paper prepared for presentation to the Third Citadel Conference of the South.), April 1981
54Ayers, Edward L. "The Shape of Serious Crime in the Nineteenth-Century South". (A paper prepared for delivery at the 1982 Annual Meeting of the Organization of American Historians.), 1982
55Banks, Enoch. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 268), 1905
56Bateson, Gregory. Steps to an Ecology of Mind, 1972
57Bonner, James C. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 260), Fall 1971
58Brewer, John and Styles, John. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 260), 1980
59Brooks, Robert P. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 268), 1914
510Brown, Louie. An Appalachian Symposium-Introduction, 1977
511Burton, Orville Vernon and McMath, Robert C. Jr. Class, Conflict, and Consensus, 1982
512Campbell, John C. The Southern Highlander and His Homeland, 1921
513Campbell, Tunis G. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 268), 1877
514Cash, Wilbur Joseph. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 268), 1960
515Christler, Ethel Maude. (Diss. Bibliography, pp. 268-69), June 1932
516Cohen, David and Johnson, Eric A. "French Criminality: Urban-Rural Differences in the Nineteenth Century" Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Winter 1982
517Crain, Alan J. An Appalachian Symposium-"On the Attempt to be a Sensitive Observer in Appalachia", 1977
518Cressey, Paul Frederick. "Social Disorganization and Reorganization in Harlan County, Kentucky" (A paper read at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Society.), December 1948
519Dana, William B. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 269), 1878
520DeCanio, Stephen J. "Accumulation and Discrimination in the Postbellum South". Explorations in Economic History, 1979
521Demos, John. "Families in Colonial Bristol, Rhode Island: An Exercise in Historical Demography". William and Mary Quarterly, January 1968
522Dobb, Maurice Herbert. Studies in the Development of Capitalism, 1947
523Dobson, Jeffrey R. and Doyon, Roy. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 269), June 1979
524Drago, Edmund L. Black Politicians and Reconstruction in Georgia, 1982
525Engerrand, Steven W. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 269), 1981
526Ferdinand, Theodore M. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 262), June 1967
527Floud, Roderick. Quantitative Methods for Historians, 1973
528Ford, Arthur M. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 270), 1973
529Friedberger, Mark. "Education and Social Structure: Early Twentieth Century Iowa" (Paper 76-6 in a series entitled "The Newberry Papers in Family and Community History" issued by the Newberry Library, Chicago, IL ), December 1976
530Gallman, Robert E. "Professor Pessen on the 'Egalitarian Myth'" Social Science History, Winter 1978
531Gastil, Raymond D. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 262), June 1971
532Goldin, Claudia. "'N' Kinds of Freedom". Explorations in Economic History, 1979
533Graham, Hugh Davis. "The Paradox of American Violence Revisited" (A paper read at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association.), December 1978
61Hackney, Sheldon. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 262), February 1969
62Hahn, Steven. "The Roots of Southern Populism: White Yeoman Farmers, Tennants, and Sharecroppers in Upper Piedmont Georgia, 1850-1890" (Dissertation Prospectus, Yale University), November 1975
63Hammett, Theodore M. "Two Mobs of Jacksonian Boston: Ideology and Interest". The Journal of American History, 1974
64Hindus, Michael S. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 263), December 1976
65Hindus, Michael S. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 263), 1980
66Hoffmann, Charles. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 270), June 1956
67Holmes, William F. "The Politics of White Supremacy: Disfranchisement in the Lower South". An essay included in Gulf Coast Politics in the Twentieth Century Ted Carageorge, Ed., 1972
68Holmes, William F. "The Leflore County Massacre and the Demise of the Colored Farmers' Alliance" Phylon, 1973
69Holmes, William F. "Whitecapping: Anti-Semitism in the Populist Era". American Jewish Historical Quarterly, March 1974
610Holton, Robert J. "The Crowd in History: Some Problems of Theory and Method" Social History, May 1978
611House, Albert V. Jr. "The Management of a Rice Plantation in Georgia, 1834-1861, as revealed in the Journal of Hugh Fraser Grant". American History. (cf. Diss. Bibliography, p. 271), October 1939
612House, Albert V. Jr. "Charles Manigault's Essay on the Open Planting of Rice" American History, October 1942
613Hurst, James Willard. Law and Social Process, 1960
614Hurst, James Willard. Law and Social Order, 1977
615Jacobson, Alvin L. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 264), September 1975
616Kephart, Horace. Our Southern Highlanders, 1913
617Kerr, Ed. "Southerners who set the Woods on Fire". Harper's Magazine, July 1958
618Kilian, Martin A. and Tatom, E. Lynn. "Marx, Hegel, and the Marxian of the Master Class: Eugene D. Genovese on Slavery" The Journal of Negro History, Fall 1981
620Kundert, Kenneth R. and Bargmann, Rolf E. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 278), 1972
621Kuznets, Simon. Capital in the American Economy: Its Formation and Financing, 1961
622Lane, Roger. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 264), Fall 1968
623Loftin, Colin and Hill, Robert H. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 264), October 1974
624Magdol, Edward. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 271), 1977
625Mandle, Jay R. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 271), Spring 1972
626Mandle, Jay R. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 271), 1978
627McDonald, Forrest and McWhiney, Grady. "The South from Self-Sufficiency to Peonage: An Interpretation". The American Historical Review, December 1980
628McGuire, Robert A. "U.S. Agricultural Statistics: State Estimates, 1866-1914". American History, April 1980
629McIntosh, Glenda Riley. "The Origins of the Feminist Movement in America" Forums in History, 1973
630McKinney, Gordon B. An Appalachian Symposium "Industrialization and Violence in Appalachia in the 1890's", 1977
631Melton, Ella Christie and Raines, Mrs. Augusta Griggs. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 272)
632Miller, William D. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 264), Spring 1973
633Mohr, Clarence L. "Before Sherman: Georgia Blacks and the Union War Effort, 1861-1864". The Journal of Southern History, August 1979
634Monkkonen, Eric H. "Systematic Criminal Justice History: Some Suggestions" Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Winter 1979
635Monkonnen, Eric H. "The Organized Response to Crime in Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century America" Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Summer 1983
636Nettler, Gwynn. "Criminal Justice" Annual Review of Sociology, 1979
637Opie, John. An Appalachian Symposium "A Sense of Place: The World We Have Lost", 1977
638Oubre, Claude F. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 272), 1978
639Owens, James Leggette. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 272), 1977
640Phillips, Ulrich B. October 1928 (Diss. Bibliography, p. 272), October 1928
641Prunty, Merle Jr. "The Renaissance of the Southern Plantation". The Geographical Review, October 1955
642Ransom, Roger and Sutch, Richard. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 273), 1977
643Ransom, Roger and Sutch, Richard. "Growth and Welfare in the American South the Nineteenth Century" Explorations in Economic History, 1979
644Rausford, H. Edward. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 273: See 'Ransford'), 1977
645Reid, Joseph D. Jr. Explorations in Economic History, 1979
646Roark, James L. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 273), 1977
647Russell, James M. "Homicide and the Violent Ideal in Atlanta, 1865 to 1890" (Term Paper, U. of Tennessee at Chattanooga), March 1978
6A1Saunders, Robert M. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 266), 1978
6A2Scott, Anne Firor. The Southern Lady: From Pedestal to Politics, 1830-1930, 1970
6A3Shammas, Carole. "Constructing a Wealth Distribution from Probate Records" Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Autumn 1978
6A4Shapiro, Henry D. An Appalachian Symposium "Appalachia and the Idea of America: The Problem of the Persisting Frontier", 1977
6A5Shaw, Van B. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 266), May-June 1949
6A6Sjoquist, David Lawrence. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 266), 1973
6A7Sowell, Thomas. Race and Economics, 1975
6A8Spindel, Donna J. and Thomas, Stuart W. Jr. "Crime and Society in North Carolina, 1663-1740" The Journal of Southern History, May 1983
6A9Steel, Edward M. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 266), April 1972
6A10Stephens, Lester D. "A Former Slave and the Georgia Convict Lease System" Negro History Bulletin, January 1976
6A11Temin, Peter. "Freedom and Coercion" Explorations in Economic History, 1979
6A12Thomas, George R. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 273), 1972
6A13Thompson, E. P. "Eighteenth-Century Crime, Popular Movements and Social Control" Society for the Study of Labor History Bulletin, 1972
6A14Thompson, E. P. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 267), 1978-05
6A15Vance, Rupert. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 274), 1929
6A16Walls, David S. An Appalachian Symposium "On the Naming of Appalachia", 1977
6A17Wiener, Johnathan M. "Class Structure and Economic Development in the American South, 1865-1955". The American Historical Review, October 1979
6A18Williams, Raymond. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 274), 1961
6A19Woodman, Harold D. (Diss. Bibliography, p. 274), November 1977
6A20Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. "Community, Class, and Snopesian Crime: Local Justice in the Old South"
6A21BOOK REVIEWS of various authors by various authors
7Note Cards
8Note Cards