CLIENT: Southern Arts Journal

FEATURE ARTICLES ON SUBJECTS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES

 

SOUTHERN ARTS JOURNAL    

 

 The Southern Arts Journal™ is written for those in and of the South who still enjoy the well-written word. Broadly defined, eclectic and inclusive, the Journal spans topics of regional history, antiques, collectibles, music, interviews, essays, literature, new fiction and poetry, and includes Southern destinations, recipes, restaurants and road food.”

 Although The Southern Arts Journal™  is no longer published, I have had the honor and privilege of contributing to each of the Journal's four issues:

 

 

 Issue 1; Fall 2005

 

"Dixie Doubloons: The Story of the 1861 Confederate Half Dollar"

 

"Uncommon Cents: The 1861 Confederate Cent"

 

 

 

 

Issue 2; Winter 2006

 

"Arms and The Men: How Bankers, Blockade Runners and Bravado Supplied the South"

 

 

"Museum Pieces"

 

 

 

 

Issue 3; Spring 2006

 

"Rebels or Revolutionaries?"                               

 

"Light Horse Harry"

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 4; Summer 2006

 

"A Man, a Plan and a Span: Henry Flagler and the Overseas Railroad"