Special Collections

Department of Archives & Special Collections

Finding aid for the Winthrop D. Jordan Collection

Finding Aids >>

Finding Aid for the Winthrop D. Jordan Collection

Questions? Contact us!

The Winthrop D. Jordan Collection is open for research, with the exception of Box
23, which contains student information that is restricted under the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Finding Aid for the Winthrop D. Jordan Collection

Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM01755/
Title: Winthrop D. Jordan Collection
Dates: 1970-2007
Collector: Jordan, Winthrop D.
Physical Extent: 61 boxes (30.5 linear feet)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM01755
Location: General Special Collections

Language of Material: English
Abstract: The collection contains files, personal and professional papers, and research notes
of historian and professor Winthrop D. Jordan.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated by Cora M. Jordan, 2007

Processing Information

Collection processed by John Wall and Audrey M. Uffner, June 2009. Finding aid encoded
by Kathryn Michaelis, November 2011.


No further additions are expected to this collection.

Subject Terms

Jordan, Winthrop D.
University of Mississippi — Faculty — Biography
African Americans — History — To 1863
African Americans — Mississippi — Adams County — History — 19th Century
Plantation Life — Mississippi — Adams County — History — 19th Century
Slave insurrections — Mississippi — Adams County
Slavery — Southern States — Congresses
Slavery — United States — History
Southern States — Race relations — Congresses


instructional materials

Biographical Note

Winthrop Donaldson Jordan (1931-2007), the son of Henry Donaldson Jordan and Lucretia
Mott Churchill, was born in Worcester, Mass. He graduated from Harvard University
in 1953 and received his master’s degree from Clark University in 1957 and his doctorate
from Brown University in 1960. A fellow at the Institute for Early American History
and Culture in Williamsburg, Virginia, he joined the faculty of the University of
California at Berkeley in 1963 and served as professor of history for twenty years
as well as associate dead for minority group affairs at the graduate school.

In 1982, Dr. Jordan joined the faculty of the University of Mississippi as an F.A.P.
Barnard Distinguished Professor and Professor of Afro-American History. He became
the first holder of the William F. Winter Professorship of History at UM in 1993 and
retired in 2003.

Jordan’s contributions to the profession of history were rewarded by the profession’s
highest awards. His White Over Black: American Attitudes Toward the Negro, 1550-1812 (1968), received the National Book Award, the Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize, the Francis
Parkman Prize and the Bancroft Prize, the later awarded each year by Columbia University
and considered the most prestigious award in the field of American history writing.
He won a second Bancroft Prize for his 1993 book Tumult and Silence at Second Creek: An Inquiry Into a Civil War Slave Conspiracy. The Mississippi Historical Society honored him with the B.C.C. Wailes Award just
before his death.

Scope and Content Note

The collection contains personal and professional files, correspondence, research
notes, class notes and lectures of Dr. Winthrop Jordan. The collection is arranged
by subject in roughly the same order and groupings as it was received. While the folders
themselves are not original, the labels on each folder reflect all of the information
contained on the original folders. In some cases, this includes dates material was
used in class or personal notes.

User Information

Preferred Citation

Winthrop D. Jordan Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library,
University of Mississippi

Access Restrictions

The Winthrop D. Jordan Collection is open for research, with the exception of Box 23, which contains student information that is restricted
under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Photographs have been removed from this collection for processing and preservation.
Please contact Archives and Special Collections if you would like information on collection photographs. At least two days’ advance
notice is required to use photographs.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the
making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under
certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized
to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions
is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be “used for any purpose other
than private study, scholarship or research.” If a user makes a request for,
later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of “fair use,”
that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Separated Material

Photographs have been removed from this collection for reasons of preservation.


This collection is arranged by subject, in roughly the same order in which it was

Container List

Professional Files: General
Folder 1.1

Personnel and Department Files, Tenure Committees
Folder 1.2

Jobs, old
Folder 1.3

Report of the History Department Review Committee, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
Folder 1.4

Organization of American Historians, 1983
Folder 1.5

Advising, 1993
Folder 1.6

Sabbatical Leave, 1996-1997
Folder 1.7

Folder 1.8

University of Mississippi Press listing for Affect and Power
Folder 1.9

Folder 1.10

Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences
Folder 1.11

Folder 1.12

Miscellaneous comics
Folder 1.13

Brag Sheets
Folder 1.14

Vita (1)
Folder 1.15

Vita (2)
Folder 1.16

Vita (3)
Folder 1.17

Vita, Spring 2004
Folder 1.18

Collection photographs
Folder 2.1

Professional Files: Recommendations, Talks, and Conferences
Folder 2.2

Letters, 1982-1983
Folder 2.3

Folder 2.4

Patricia Cohen
Folder 2.5

Namorato, Michael
Folder 2.6

Regan, Mary
Folder 2.7

Shute, Michael
Folder 2.8

Skemp, Sheila
Folder 2.9

Chancellors – U of M
Folder 2.10

Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California,
Folder 2.11

Auburn Television – Auburn University, Alabama, 1984-1986
Folder 2.12

University of Akron – Black History Lecture Series
Folder 2.13

Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi 1984
Folder 2.14

Brevard Community College
Folder 2.15

Clark University 1988 Fall Convocation
Folder 2.16

Passaic Community College
Folder 2.17

Center for Southern Culture
Folder 2.18

American Revolution and Family – Talk, 1975-1976
Folder 2.19

Race, Sex, and Age and American Revolution, 1976
Folder 2.20

“All Men” Lecture – Egalitarianism and the American Revolutionary Heritage by Winthrop Jordan,
7 April 1976
Folder 2.21

“Slavery in the U.S. South,” Porter L. Fortune, Jr. History Symposium
Folder 2.22

Southern Writers of Fact and Fiction, Coastal Carolina University, 26-27 January 1996
Folder 2.23

“Why Nobody Can’t Write Good”
Scope: Article and correspondence re: article by John Fischer, printed in Harper’s Weekly,
February 1964
Time on the Cross
Folder 3.1

Rochester Conference: Time on the Cross: A First Appraisal, Jordan – Notes for comment
and 3 papers commented on, 22 October 1974
Folder 3.2

Paul A. David review article/letter re: Time on the Cross
Folder 3.3

Wilson Record
Folder 3.4

Folder 3.5

Evidence – Post Pub/Fogel Engerman
Folder 3.6

Interview – Fogel – French (Francis Furet + Emmanuel LeRoy Ladurie)
Folder 3.7

Cliometrics Paper – Fogel
Folder 3.8

Fogel and Engerman – DIET (New Evidence)
Folder 3.9

David and Temin Paper
Folder 3.10

Tipton – Walker Paper
Folder 3.11

Wilson and Jane Record – Paper “Computer”
Folder 3.12

Rochester News Clippings
Folder 3.13

Evidence Relevant to the Post-Publication Debate on Time on the Cross edited by Fogel/Engerman
Folder 3.14

Rochester Conference – October 1974 – Misc. Arrangements
Folder 3.15

Rochester Conference – Schedule and Roster
Folder 4.1

Davis, Lance E., “One Potato, Two Potato, Sweet Potato Pie: Clio Looks at Slavery and the South”
Folder 4.2

Furstenberg, Frank F., Theodore Hershberg and James Modell, “”
Folder 4.3

“The Origins of the Female-Headed Black Family: The Destructive Impact of the Urban
Folder 4.4

Gutman, Herbert G., “Notes on Writing ‘A Key to Time on the Cross’: A Flawed Mode of Slave Socialization
Meant to Explain Work Habits, the Slave Family and Slave Sexual Mores.”
Folder 4.5

Hellie, Richard, “Time on the Cross from the Comparative Perspective of Early Modern Russian Slavery.”
Folder 4.6

Hershberg, Theodore, “Time on the Cross and the Black Family.”
Folder 4.7

Ianni, Octavio, “Notes on Slavery and History.”
Folder 4.8

Klein, Herbert S., “Reflections on the Viability of Slavery and the Causes of Abolition in Nineteenth
Century Cuba.”
Folder 4.9

Laslett, Peter, “The Slave Family Household in the Old South.”
Folder 4.10

Luraghi, Raimondo “Wage Labor in the ‘Rice Belt’ of Northern Italy and Slave Labor in the American South
– A First Approach.”
Folder 4.11

Mandle, Jay R., “Strength and Growth in a Plantation Economy: An Appraisal of Time on the Cross.”
Folder 4.12

Patterson, Orlando, “The Theory of Slavery and Slave Society: A Preliminary Statement.”
Folder 4.13

Reid, Joseph D., “Discussion of Professors Davis, Sutch and Wright on TOTC.”
Folder 4.14

Rothstein, Morton, “Measurement, Calculus, and Direction: Prometheus in the Antebellum Southland.”
Folder 4.15

Sanday, Peggy R., “African Survivals, the Chains of Slavery and Ethonocentrism: Intra-Cultural Variation
in U.S. Slave Culture.”
Folder 4.16

Shorter, Edward, “Protein, Puberty, and Premarital Sexuality: American Blacks v. French Peasants.”
Folder 4.17

Sutch, Richard, “The Treatment Received by American Slaves: A Critical Review of the Fogel-Engerman
Folder 4.18

Woodman, Harold D., “The Old South and the New History.”
Folder 4.19

Wright, Gaven, “The Economic Analysis of Time on the Cross.”
One Drop
Folder 5.1

“One Drop” demography section penciled 15 August [?]
Folder 5.2

“One Drop” notes, 2004
Folder 5.3

“One Drop” notes – Hening’s Statutes, 2004
Folder 5.4

“One Drop” arts – Spanish America
Folder 5.5

“One Drop” and notes, 2001
Folder 5.6

TLS from M[?] to Winthrop Jordan
Scope: Regarding “Gender and the Politics of Mestizaje” in the Hispanic-American Historical Review, February 1998
Folder 5.7

Burns, Kathryn, “Gender and the Politics of Mestizaje: The Convent of Santa Clara in Cuzco, Peru.”
Scope: The Hispanic-American Historical Review, volume 78, issue 1, February 1998, pp. 5-44.
Folder 5.8

“The One Drop Racial Rule in the United States: When, Why, and Whither?” by Winthrop D. Jordan, 26 October 1998
Folder 5.9

Winthrop D. Jordan –Brenard Community College, August 1999
Folder 5.10

Talks: “One Drop,” 26 April 2001
Reader Articles and Papers
Scope: Papers sent to Jordan for comment, and signed articles.
Folder 6.1

Allen, Jeffrey B., “Racial Egalitarianism in the Anti-Slavery White South: Kentucky 1791-1824,” 1976
Folder 6.2

Armitage, David, “The New World and British Historical Thought.”
Scope: Excerpt from Karen Ordahl Kupperman ed., America in the European Consciousness 1493-1750
Folder 6.3

Bastides, Roger, “The Black Americans.”
Scope: In French.
Folder 6.4

Blauner, Robert, “Race and the White Professor.”
Folder 6.5

Blauner, Robert, “Sociology in the Courtroom: The Search for White Racism in the Huey Newton Voir Dire.”
Folder 6.6

Bouwsma, William J., “Intellectual History in the 1980s from the History of Ideas to History of Meaning.”Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Volume 12, No.2, 1981.
Folder 6.7

Brinton, Howard H., “How They Became Friends.”
Scope: Pamphlet
Folder 6.8

Brodie, Fawn. “The Great Jefferson Taboo.”American Heritage, June 1972.
Folder 6.9

Carrier, Henry. “Infusing Diversity into the Curriculum: The First Two Years.”
Scope: National Endowment for the Humanities grant proposal
Folder 6.10

Foley, Chapter 5
Folder 6.11

Fuller, James. “Slave Morality in Colonial South Carolina.”
Folder 6.12

Gordon-Reed, Annette. First chapters of what would become The Hemingses of Monticello, 17 May 2006.
Folder 6.13

Gross, Ariela J. “Litigating Whiteness: Trials of Racial Determination in the Nineteenth Century South,”The Yale Law Review, Vol. 108 No. 1.
Folder 6.14

Isaac, Rhys. “Evangelical Social Revolt: The Challenge of the Baptists to the Traditional Order
in Virginia, c. 1765-1775.”
Folder 6.15

Joyner, Charles. “The Trickster and the Fool: Folktales and Identity Among Southern Plantation Slaves.”Plantation Society in the Americas. Vol. 11 No. 2, December 1986
Scope: Also includes a poem, “The South is an Enigma”
Folder 6.16

Levine, Lawrence. “The Historian and the Culture Gap.”
Folder 6.17

Middlekauff, Robert. “Why Men Fought in the American Revolution.”The Huntington Library Quarterly, Vol. 43, No. 2, Spring 1980
Folder 6.18

Mintz-Price. “An Anthropological Approach to the Study of Afro-American History: A Caribbean Perspective.”
Folder 6.19

Morgan, Edmund S. “Conflict and Consensus in the American Revolution.” Symposium of the American Revolution, 12 March 1971
Folder 6.20

Morrison, Mary C. “Without Nightfall Upon the Spirit.” Pendle Hill Pamphlet No. 311, October 1993 and January 1994
Folder 6.21

Oblinger, Carl D. “Negro Communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania Towns, The Formative Period, 1780-1860”
Folder 6.22

Pinderhughes, Charles A. “A Commentary on Psychological and Physiological Origins of the White Over Black Relationship.”
Folder 6.23

Reiner, Jacqueline. “Six Authors in Search of a Character.” 1 June 1973
Folder 6.24

Russell, Thomas. “South Carolina’s Largest Slave Auctioneering Firm.”chicago Kent Law Review Vol. 69, No. 3, 1993
Folder 7.1

Shore, Lawrence. “The Enduring Power of Racism: A Reconsideration of Winthrop Jordan’s White Over Black.”History and Theory 44, May 2005
Folder 7.2

Smith, John Mason. “Nomadic Economy and Warfare: Mongol Conscription and Population.”
Folder 7.3

Smith, John Mason. “Nomadic Realities.” Draft.
Folder 7.4

Takaki, Ronald. “The Myth of Ethnicity: Scholarship of the Anti-Affirmative Action Backlash.”Journal of Ethnic Studies, 10:1
Folder 7.5

White, Shane and Graham White. “Slave Clothing and African-American Culture in the 18th and 19th Centuries.”Past and Present, August 1995
Book Excerpts, Book Reviews, and Photocopied Articles
Folder 7.6

Bethell, Leslie, ed. The Cambridge History of Latin America, Vol. 1
Folder 7.7

Bobbitt, Mary Reed. “A Bibliography of Etiquette Books Published in America Before 1900.”Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Vol. 51, No. 12, December 1947
Folder 7.8

Bohner, Charles H. John Pendleton Kennedy: Gentleman from Baltimore, 1961
Folder 7.9

Cockrell, Dale. Demons of Disorder: Early Blackface Minstrels and their World, 1997
Folder 7.10

Davis, Thomas J., Philip D. Morgan, James Sidbury, Robert L. Paquette, and Winthrop
Jordan. “The Making of a Slave Conspiracy Pt. 2.”William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, Vol LIX, No. 1, Jan 2002
Folder 7.11

Drescher, Seymouor. “The Role of Jews in the Transatlantic Slave Trade”, Immigrants and Minorities, Vol. 12, No. 2, July 1993
Folder 7.12

Fitzgerald, Frances. “Peculiar Institutions: Brown University Looks at the Slave Traders in its Past,”New Yorker, 12 September 2005
Folder 7.13

Book reviews: Time on the Cross, Fogel and Engerman
Folder 7.14

Hexter, Jack. The History Primer.
Folder 7.15

Kammen, Michael. “Personal Identity and the Historian’s Vocation,” Chapter 1 from In the Past Lane: Historical Perspectives on American Culture, 1997
Folder 7.16

Lopez, Ian F. White By Law: The Legal Construction of Race, 1996
Folder 7.17

Walker, Timothy. “Defense of Mechanical Philosophy – Sign of the Times,”The North American Review, Vol. 33
Folder 7.18

Warren, James Perrin. Culture of Eloquence: Oratory and Reform in Antebellum America, 1999
Folder 7.19

Wolff, Geoffrey. “Mailer Wins Book Award.”Washington Post. 11 March 1969
Folder 7.20

Wright, Lawrence. “One Drop of Blood,”New Yorker, 22 July 1994
Henry Donaldson Jordan Manuscript Materials
Folder 8.1

Henry Donaldson Jordan manuscript carbon
Folder 8.2

Henry Donaldson Jordan manuscript original footnotes
Folder 8.3

Henry Donaldson Jordan manuscript correspondence
Folder 8.4

Henry Donaldson Jordan manuscript
Winthrop D. Jordan-Authored Reviews and Articles
Scope: All reviews and articles are written solely by Winthrop D. Jordan unless otherwise
Folder 9.1

Reviews of Race and Family in the Colonial South, 1988-1989
Folder 9.2

Reviews of Larry E. Tise’s Pro-Slavery: A History of the Defense of Slavery in America, 1989
Folder 9.3

Review of The Secret Relationship between Blacks and Jews by the Nation of Islam for Atlantic Monthly, 1993
Folder 9.4

Review of Antebellum Natchez by D. Clayton James for Slavery and Abolition, 1993-1994
Folder 9.5

Reviews, 1993-2005
Folder 9.6

Review of Sally Elizabeth Hadden’s “Law Enforcement in a New New Nation,” 1995
Folder 9.7

Journal of American History, 1998
Folder 9.8

Folder 9.9

Reviews of manuscripts
Folder 9.10

Folder 9.11

“The Influence of the West Indies on the Origins of New England Slavery.” reprinted from The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, Vol. 18, No. 2, April 1961
Folder 9.12

“An Antislavery Proslavery Document,” reprint from The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 67, No. 1, January 1962
Folder 9.13

“Modern Tensions and the Origins of American Slavery,” reprinted from Journal of Southern History, Vol. 28, No. 1, February 1962
Folder 9.14

“American Chiaroscuro: The Status and Definition of Mulattoes in the British Colonies,” reprinted from The William and Mary Quarterly, third series, Vol. 19, No. 2, April 1962
Folder 9.15

“Baptists Face the Barbarities of Slavery in 1710,” by William G. McLoughlin and Winthrop D. Jordan, reprinted from the Journal of Southern History, Vol. 29, No. 4, November 1963
Folder 9.16

“The Case of Richard Cobden,” by H. Donaldson Jordan, reprint from the Massachusetts Historical Society Proceeding, Vol. 83, 1971
Folder 9.17

“Familial Politics: Thomas Paine and the Killing of the King, 1776,” reprinted from the Journal of American History, September 1973, Vol. 60, No. 2
Folder 9.18

“Planter and Slave Identity: Some Problems in the Comparative Approach,” in Comparative Perspectives on Slavery in New World Plantation Societies, 1977
Folder 9.19

William and Mary Quarterly, 2000-2001
Folder 9.20

“Forum: The Making of a Slave Conspiracy, part 2” reprinted from William and Mary Quarterly, third series, Vol. 59, No. 1, January 2002
Folder 9.21

“How Thomas Jefferson Rode Into the White House on the Backs of Black Slaves,”Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Winter 2003-2004, No. 42
Folder 9.22

“Time, Sex, Money, and Technology: Cultural Dimensions of the Overseas Expansion of
Atlantic Europe in the Sixteenth Century, and the Question Why English Conceptions
of Race and Slavery Became the Most Rigid in the America”, 2004
Folder 9.23

Notes, printed 28 December 2006
Folder 9.24

Essay 10: “Realities: Race as a Social Construct and Scientific Concept,” Partial Draft
Folder 9.25

Chapter 15: “On the Bracketing of Blacks and Women in the Same Agenda”
Folder 9.26

Essay 8: “The Culture of English Overseas Expansion and the Notion of Race”
Folder 9.27

“Reconnoitering Myrdal’s America Dilemma,” review essay by Winthrop D. Jordan, the Georgia Historical Quarterly, Vol. LXXII, Summer 1988, No. 2
Intra-Mixture: Essays on Race and Other Familial Relationships in American History
Folder 10.1-10.4

Intra-Mixture: Essays on Race and Other Familial Relationships in American History
Scope: Nine essays. Folder 10.4 contains a working copy, September-October 2005.
Materials related to Tumult and Silence at Second Creek: An Inquiry into a Civil War Slave Conspiracy
Folder 11.1

Tumult and Silence documents
Folder 11.2

Statistics Articles and Census Data – British Colonial and Early United States
Folder 11.3

Conner Transcript, March 1992
Scope: Conner’s record of slave testimony before examination committee, Second Creek, Adams
County, Mississippi, September 1861
Folder 11.4

“Slavery, Interest, and Drafting of the U.S. Constitution,” 9 February 1988
Scope: Presentation talk by Winthrop Jordan, Fitchburg State College
Folder 11.5

Folder 11.6

Folder 11.7

McDougal, Littell
Folder 11.8

Adams County Book – Letters and correspondence
Folder 11.9

Letters – Adams County, 1974-1994
Folder 11.10

A.C. (Adams County) – Talks
Folder 11.11

Middlehauf & Joyner – Adams Co.
Folder 11.12

Adams Co. (Adams County), current
Folder 11.13-11.14

Tumult and Silence letters
Folder 11.15

Tumult and Silence reviews
Folder 11.16

Tumult and Silence prizes
Folder 12.1

LSU Press: Landry
Folder 12.2

LSU Press: Permissions – A.C. (Adams County)
Folder 12.3

LSU Press: Natchez
Folder 12.4

LSU Press – Tumult and Silence Publicity
Folder 12.5

Prentice Hall – Contracts, 1974-1985
Folder 12.6

Prentice Hall – Birth Control, 1990
Folder 12.7

The United States – Brief Edition, 8th, 1987-1995, Prentice Hall
Folder 12.8

The United States – Brief Edition, 4th, 1991-1992, Prentice Hall
Folder 12.9

The United States – Brief Edition, 4th, 1992-1993, Prentice Hall
Folder 12.10

Prentice Hall – Brief Edition, Pics, 1993
Folder 12.11

The United States – Combined Edition, 7th, Prentice Hall, 1991
Folder 12.12

Prentice Hall, 2003
Folder 12.13

Northwest Publication – Email correspondence, 2002-2003
Folder 12.14

Northwest Publishing, 2002-2003
Folder 12.15

Northwest Publication – Duplicates 1 and 2, 2002-2003
Folder 12.16

The United States – Northwest Publishing, 2002-2003
Folder 12.17

The United States – Northwest Publishing, July 2003
Folder 12.18

University of North Carolina Press, 2004
Folder 12.19

McDougal Littell, Fall 1997
Folder 12.20

Who’s Who in America: Winthrop Jordan
Research Notes
Folder 13.1-13.2

Folder 13.3

Adulthood – Xerox Notes
Folder 13.4

Xeroxed Notes
Folder 13.5

Oversize Notes
Folder 13.6

Population, from McEvedy, Colin and Richard Jones, Atlas of World Population History,
New York, Facts on File, 1978
Folder 13.7

Folder 13.8

Review: “Treatment of Slaves” – Mr. Guerry, Southern Cultivator 1860
Folder 13.9

Davenport, Charles, from The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography, 1st series, volume 7, pt. 2
Folder 13.10

La, Indies Slavery; Free in S.
Folder 13.11

Miscellaneous source materials
Folder 13.12

List of Negroes on York Estate from Stanley Engerman
Subject Files
Folder 14.1

Folder 14.2

Folder 14.3

Afro-Anglo Music
Folder 14.4

Afro-American Music
Folder 14.5

Afro-Anglo Music Tape Insurance
Folder 14.6

Afro-Anglo and Afro-American Music
Folder 14.7

Mr. Rich Amerson; Livingston, Alabama, 1950s Folk Tale
Folder 14.8

1830 Arts
Folder 14.9

Folder 14.10

Folder 14.11

Cities – Race 1830
Folder 14.12

Garrison, William L.
Folder 14.13

Folder 14.14

Folder 14.15

Jackson, Andrew
Folder 14.16

Medicine – Starvation 1830
Folder 14.17

Mott, Lucretia
Folder 14.18

Folder 14.19

Folder 14.20

Folder 14.21

Folder 14.22

Folder 15.1

Sally Hemings
Folder 15.2-15.3

Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson
Folder 15.4

Sambo – Duality
Folder 15.5

Secondary 1830
Folder 15.6

Supreme Court – 1830
Folder 15.7

Folder 15.8

Turner, Nat
Folder 15.9

Walker, David
Folder 15.10

Webster – Hayne (Daniel Webster and Robert Y. Hayne)
Folder 16.1

Sambo – FF to 2005
Folder 16.2

Sambo – Secondary 2006
Folder 16.3

Aunt Phyllis’s Cabin
Folder 16.4-16.5

Ex-Slave Narratives
Folder 16.6

Killing of the King
Folder 16.7

Folder 16.8

Sex laws
Folder 16.9

Slave lists
Folder 16.10

Stanford talk on slavery, 1968; American Historical Association, 1964
Folder 16.11

Taylor (1688) Insurance Xerox, 1972-1975
Folder 16.12

Undergraduate Class Notes and Lectures
Folder 17.1

Book orders
Folder 17.2

Handouts for courses
Folder 17.3

Republicanism and Paine
Folder 17.4

History 17A, Fall 1963
History 17C
Folder 17.5

Folder 17.6

Folder 17.7

Selected U.S. Population Statistics
Folder 17.8

Age of Overseas Expansion, September 1977-September 1981
Folder 17.9

Who Came and Why, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.10

Folder 17.11

The Sea and The Land, September 1977-September 1980
Folder 17.12

Colonial Economy, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.13

Puritan Theology, October 1978-October 1981
Folder 17.14

Great Awakening as a Social and Political Movement, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.15

Religious Liberty, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.16

American Revolution as a Religious Movement, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.17

Revolutionary Institutions, 1775-1789, November 1977-April 1984
Folder 17.18

The Loyalists, October 1977-April 1984
Folder 17.19

Decision for an Independent Republican Government, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.20

The American Concept of Empire, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.21

Politics Out of Doors, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.22

The Ideology of Natural Rights, October 1977-October 1981
Folder 17.23

Uncommon Man to Common Man, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.24

Uncommon Men to Common Man, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.25

Women and Power: The Status of Women (Pedestals and Promiscuous Assemblies), November
1977-November 1980
Folder 17.26

The Family, Sex, and Society, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.27

Afro-Americans, 1700-1860, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.28

Slavery, Race, and Africans, November 1977-October 1980
Folder 17.29

Negro Slavery as an Issue, November 1977-November 1980
Folder 17.30

Mexican War to Civil War, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.31

Mexican War and Civil War, November 1977-November 1981
Folder 17.32

Two Escalators: Population and Technology – A Society of “Improvements,” November
1977-November 1985
Folder 17.33

Abraham Lincoln, December 1977-December 1981
Folder 17.34

The Civil War, 3 December 1981
Folder 17.35

Miscellaneous Notes
Folder 17.36

Folder 17.37

Folder 17.38

History 101
Folder 17.39

History 105
Folder 17.40

U.S. Survey – handouts, 1985
Folder 17.41

U.S. Survey, 1985
History 165B
Folder 17.42

The Administration and War, 10-12 January 1968
Folder 17.43

The American Revolution, May 1965-March 1968
Folder 17.44

Antislavery, 1965, 23-26 April 1966, 16 February 1968 – 40 mins, 1 August 1977
Folder 17.45

Constitutional Convention, 11 August 1977
Folder 17.46

The Constitution and the Revolution, May 1965-August 1977
Folder 18.1

Humanitarianism, May 1965-February 1968
Folder 18.2

Humanitarianism (Social Reform), May 1965-February 1968
Folder 18.3

North Carolina, 17 March 1965, 7 March 1966
Folder 18.4

Pennsylvania, 1955, 1966, 24 January 1968
Folder 18.5

Religious Impulse in Revolution, April 1965-July 1977
Folder 18.6

Loyalists, May 1965-August 1977
Folder 18.7

Negro, esp. religion, 28-30 April 1965 (85 mins), 4 May 1966, 21 February 1968 (45
mins), 2 August 1977
Folder 18.8

Publicization of Politics, April 1966-March 1968
Folder 18.9

South Carolina, March 1965, 2-4 March 1966, 17 January 1968
Folder 18.10

Virginia, 19 March 1965, 9-11 March 1968, 22 January 1968
Folder 18.11

West Indies, February 1973
Folder 18.12

Pattern of Interpretation of the American Revolution, 10-12 February 1965 (full hour),
9 February 1966 (50 mins), 8 February 1968 (45 mins), 28 June 1977
Folder 18.13

American Concept of Empire, 1745-1760 Shirley, Franklin Stiles, Prince, 8-10 March
1965 (75 mins), 26-28 February 1966, 15 January 1968, 12-13 July 1977
Folder 18.14

Great Awakening and the Revolution, 31 March 1965, 22 March 1966, 26 January 1968,
5 July 1977, January 1999, 13 January 2000
Folder 18.15

Religious Liberty, 2 April 1965, 25-28 March 1966, 29 January 1968, 6-7 July 1977
Folder 18.16

Natural Rights and the Pursuit of Happiness, 7-9 April 1965 (70 mins), 5 February
Folder 18.17

Equality, 19 April 1965 (45 mins), 15 April 1966, 14-16 February 1968 (60 mins)
Folder 18.18

Society on the Eve of Revolution I and II, 29-30 June 1977
Folder 18.19

Afro Anglo American Music, October 1971
History/Afro-American Studies 169A
Folder 18.20

Black People in (Other) Colonies
Folder 18.21

Virginia I, II, III
Folder 18.22

Black Abolitionists, 1989
Folder 18.23

Civil War, 27 April 1983; Ole Miss, 4 May 1984, 1 December 1992
Folder 18.24

Religion I
Folder 18.25

Religion II
Folder 18.26

Sambo, Women, and Children
Scope: These two lectures combined and given at Vanderbilt University, 16 November 1971
Folder 18.27

Slave Resistance
Folder 18.28

Africa and Africans
Folder 18.29

African Religion and Slavery
Folder 18.30

Slave Trade – I and II
Folder 18.31

West Indies
Folder 18.32

The Revolution
Folder 18.33

“Sources” and Info
Folder 18.34

History 170A
Folder 19.1

English Colonies in America Reading List
Folder 19.2

English Colonies in America, Xerox Material
Folder 19.3

English Colonies in America, Colonial Economics Life, 1965; March 1973
Folder 19.4

English Colonies in America, Pilgrims, October 1965
Folder 19.5

English Colonies in America, Sex and Government of Puritans, November 1965; February
Folder 19.6

Europe and the Discoveries, 24 September 1965
Folder 19.7

The Discoveries and England, 27 September 1965
Folder 19.8

English Attempts to Colonize I, II, III, 29 September, 1-4 October 1965
Folder 19.9

The Sea, Land, Frontier, 8-10 October 1965; 19 January 1973; moved to 17C; 30 September
Folder 19.10

Society and Mood of England on the Eve, 15-18 October 1965
Folder 19.11

The Puritans: Who and Why, 20-25 October 1965; 22-24 January 1973
Folder 19.12

Puritan Theology, 25-29 October—1 November 1965; 25-29 January 1973; 5 October 1977
Folder 19.13

England in the West Indies, 6 October 1965
Folder 19.14

Origins of Negro Slavery, 29 November 1965
Folder 19.15

Beginnings of Negro Slavery, 3 December 1965
Folder 19.16

Slavery, 6 December 1965
Folder 19.17

Carolinas, 10 December 1965; 5-7 February 1973
Folder 19.18

New Jersey and New York, 13 December 1965; 28 February 1973
Folder 19.19

Social Thought of Puritans, 1 November 1965; 31 January 1973
Folder 19.20

Children in the Family, 5 November 1965; 5 February 1973
Folder 19.21

Children and the Churches, 8-10 November 1965
Folder 19.22

Puritanism and Capitalism, 10-12 November 1965
Folder 19.23

Witchcraft at Salem, 24 November 1965
Folder 19.24

Rhode Island in 17C, 24 November 1965
Folder 19.25

Government in the Colonies, 17 December 1965; 5 March 1973
Folder 19.26

Franklin, 3 January 1966; 9 March 1973
Folder 19.27

Great Awakening I and II, 1966; 12 March 1973; 14 March 1973
Folder 19.28

Transformation in Massachusetts
Folder 19.29

Final Lecture, 16 March 1973
Folder 19.30

Folder 19.31

Class Materials
History 170B
Folder 19.32

History 170B
Folder 19.33

Era of the American Revolution, Reading List
Folder 19.34

Era of the American Revolution, Xerox material
Folder 19.35

Era of the American Revolution, Mimeographed Material
Folder 20.1

Era of the American Revolution, Examinations
Folder 20.2

Era of the American Revolution, Decision to Tax the Colonies, February 1965-February
Folder 20.3

Era of the American Revolution, Troops in America and British Colonies, February 1966
Folder 20.4

Era of the American Revolution, War, Trade and Empire: International Conflict and
Commercial Rivalry, 1651-1763, February 1965-February 1966
Folder 20.5

Era of the American Revolution, England at the Eve: Socio-Economic Basis for Publicization
of Politics, February 1965-February 1966
Folder 20.6

Era of the American Revolution, Process of Alienation from Great Britain, March 1965
Folder 20.7

Era of the American Revolution, Massachusetts, May 1965-August 1977
Folder 20.8

Era of the American Revolution, Maryland and Pennsylvania, March 1965-March 1966
Folder 20.9

Era of the American Revolution, Georgia and South Carolina, March 1965-March 1966
Folder 20.10

Era of the American Revolution, Jeffersonian Equality, 21-23 April
Folder 20.11

Era of the American Revolution, Social Reform and State Constitution, May 1965; August
Folder 20.12

Era of the American Revolution, Beard and the Constitution, May 1965-May 1966
Folder 20.13

Era of the American Revolution, Adoption of the Constitution, May 1965-May 1966
Folder 20.14

The Governing of the Colonies, 17 February 1965 (one hour); 16 February 1966; don’t
use 1968; 18 July 1977
Folder 20.15

Era of the American Revolution, Illicit Trade, 1740-1763, February 1965-February 1966
Folder 20.16

Pursuit of Happiness, 9 April 1965; 13 April 1966
Folder 20.17

Lectures, outlines and scraps
Folder 20.18

Federalist and Antifederalist, 17 August 1977
History 201
Folder 20.19

Final Exam, May 1984
History 302
Folder 20.20

Folder 20.21

Events Leading to Revolution—Midterm, 21 July 1977
Folder 20.22

Spring 1999
Folder 20.23

Franklin, Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Madison and Rush
Folder 20.24

1st Washington [term] 2000
Folder 20.25

1st Washington [term]
History 307/African-American Studies 325
Folder 20.26

Folder 20.27

More Revolts
Folder 20.28

Amerison, Rich
Folder 20.29

Fall 2007
Folder 20.30

Various terms
Folder 20.31

Folder 20.32

Fall 1993
Folder 20.33

Fall 1994
Folder 20.34

Fall 1995
Folder 21.1

Final Examination
Folder 21.2

Fall 1998
Folder 21.3

Fall 1999
Folder 21.4

Fall 2000 First Class
Folder 21.5

Fall 2002
History 325/Afro-American Studies 500-3
Folder 21.6

Spring 1986 syllabus
Folder 21.7

Graduates [Women in Early American History-Dr. Sheila Skemp and Dr. Jan Hawks]
History 550
Folder 21.8

Graduate History 1991
Folder 21.9

Folder 21.10

Fall 1993
Folder 21.11

Spring 1994
Folder 21.12

Fall 1994
Folder 21.13

Spring 1995
Folder 21.14

Fall 1995
Folder 21.15

Spring 1996
Folder 21.16

Fall 1997
Folder 21.17

Fall 1998
Folder 21.18

Fall 1999
Folder 22.1

Spring 2001
Folder 22.2

Fall 2001, The Practice of History [2001]
Folder 22.3

Fall 2002
Folder 22.4

Spring 2003
Folder 22.5

Graduate Historiography Course
Folder 22.6

History 605
Folder 22.7

Spring 1988
Folder 22.8

Spring 1993
Folder 22.9

Spring 1994
Folder 22.10

Spring 1995-Early/late
Folder 22.11

Slavery, Spring 1996
Folder 22.12

Culture, Fall 1997 (1)
Folder 22.13

Culture, Fall 1997 (2)
Folder 22.14

Slavery – Spring 1998 (1)
Folder 22.15

Slavery – Spring 1998 (2)
Folder 22.16

Culture Spring 1999
Folder 22.17

Early U.S. Culture 2000
Folder 22.18

Slavery, Spring 2002
Folder 22.19

Slavery—Maps and Charts
Folder 22.20

History 605
Folder 22.21

Miscellaneous course materials
Folder 22.22

Overview of African American slavery experience, 7 March 1969; 10 December 1971
Box 23: Restricted Materials
Restrictions: Materials in this box contain student information that is restricted under the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Folder 23.1

History 17C – Grade sheet, 1980
Folder 23.2

History 17C – Class enrollment and grade sheet
Folder 23.3

History 17C – Class enrollment, grade sheet, and correspondence, 1981
Folder 23.4

History 103 – Grade sheet
Folder 23.5

History 169A – The Revolution, Class roll
Folder 23.6

History 170A and B – Grade list
Folder 23.7

History 170A and B – Grade lists
Folder 23.8

History 170B – Class roll/registrar report
Folder 23.9

History 302 – Spring 1999, course roster and grades
Folder 23.10

History 307/Afro-American Studies 325 – Materials, Class lists
Folder 23.11

History 307/Afro-American Studies 325 – Fall 1995
Folder 23.12

History 307/Afro-American Studies 325 – Fall 1995 class roster
Folder 23.13

History 605 – Culture, Fall 1997, class roll
Folder 23.14

History 605 – Culture, Spring 1999, enrollment and grade sheets
Folder 23.15

History 605 – U.S. Culture (2000), class roll
Miscellaneous Notes and Writings
Box 24: American History Alphabetical Index
Box 25: Miscellaneous Notecards
Scope: Organized into Reference Works, 103-1979, Good Hope, and Secondary
Box 26: Miscellaneous Notecards
Scope: A-Z bibliography cards
Box 27: Miscellaneous Notecards
Scope: Organized into: On the Griddle, Adulthood article, Paperbacks, To do—Richmond, Queries,
Magazines, To do, Work—2ndary, Travel Accounts, Folklore, Seminole War, Modern Studies,
Family, Family—primary, Values, Benjamin Rush, Environmentalism, Ape—Negro, Geneva
Bible, Paine, Ham, Newspapers, Comparative Studies, Negroes
Box 28: Miscellaneous Notecards For Filing
Box 29: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews, A-M
Box 30: William and Mary Quarterly Articles, A-Z
Box 31: Current (Notecards)
Scope: Organized into General, Seminar Papers, Family-General, Utopianism lectures, Revolution
lecture, Origins article, WoB-revisions, Orange and his friends, Articles-mimeo, Turner
Revolt, Misc., Colonial, Population Family-to do, Folklore
Box 32: US Box II
Scope: Organized into Specific References, Readings, Amherst Pamphlets
Box 33: Black History Alphabetical Subject Index
Box 34: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews/Articles Subject Index
Box 35: Library
Scope: Organized into cross refs-names and subjects, Georgia debate, racial physiology, newspapers,
pictures, NY Plot of 1741, Ancient slavery, Primary-Africa, West Indies-post 1785,
Theses, S.S. Smith, Blumenbach index, Libraries, Bills
Box 36: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews, L-M
Box 37: Miscellaneous bibliography cards for filing
Scope: Includes Indian History
Box 38: WoB Secondary and Miscellaneous
Box 39: [Reference—illegible original label]
Box 40: WoB Primary
Box 41: American History Subject Index
Box 42: MSS Microfilm: Bobbs-Merrill Reprints
Box 43: Manuscript, 1967, [illegible], 1972
Box 44: White Over Black Secondary and Miscellaneous M-P II
Box 45: Supplies
Scope: Organized into miscellaneous bibliography cards, Query cards, cross refs, J, January
’89 for purchase, To do Adams Co., To do other libs, slave revolts, text 1990
Box 46: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews Subject Index
Box 47: Old
Scope: Organized into American government, court cases, political theory, political theorists,
Soviet Union, Lenin and Elitism, Masters thesis
Box 48: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews, N-Z; Articles A-Z
Box 49: William and Mary Quarterly Book Reviews Subject Index
Box 50: U.S.
Scope: Organized into Course Readings to 1725, Paperbacks to 1865, Look Into, Research Topics,
Reading for 170AandB, Puritanism, Colonial, 1740-1789, 1789-1812, 1600-1750 Primary,
1750-89 Primary, National Period, Diplomatic, Constitutional
Box 51: WoB Secondary and Miscellaneous
Scope: Organized into P-Z, Indians, No use-primary, Duplicates, No use secondary, Virginia
Box 52: Subject Notecards (1)
Scope: Organized into Primary, English Background, Prejudice, Indians, Art, S.C. Gazette,
Albinism, 2ndary – Def. don’t Use, II, Misc., W. Indies, Humanitarianism, Post-1776,
Words + Terms, Suffrage + Militia, Legislative Changes, Sectional Division, Slavery
+ the Constitution, Economic Changes, By Colonies, Northern Antislavery, Nat’lism,
In the Revolution
Box 53: Subject Notecards (2)
Scope: Organized into Miscegenation, Econ. Comp, N.Y. 1712 + 1741, Colour + Climate, Climatic
Theory, Banneker et al., General (1974), Slave Trade 1780s-1790s, Population, Problem
Individuals, A-S
Box 54: Bibliography and Article Index
Scope: Organized into Adams, Antislavery, Blacks-N, Change-Connections, Child, L.M, Child(ren),
Family, Cooper, The Spy 1821, Dwight, Theodore, Jr., Graham, Historio, Ind, Jackson,
Kennedy, Minstrel, Misc., Missions, Mott, Newspapers, Nullif, Other, Pictures, Pop,
Proslavery, Religion
Box 55: Bibliography and Article Index
Scope: Organized into Tech, Temp, Tour, Turner, Walker, Women, To be filled, Duplicates,
Nouse, Jamaica
Box 56: Notecards
Scope: Organized into Book Discussion, Background, New England, Puritanism, Virginia + Maryland,
New York, Restoration Colonies, Imperial Control Currency, Social + Economic, 1730-1754,
Background to 1763, England during Am. Rev., 1763-66, 1766-73, 1773-76, Revolution-Causes
+ Historiography, Revolution, Loyalists, Confederation, Chronological Outlines + Reviews,
1789-1800, 1800-15, 1815-28, 1828-41, 1841-48, Reform, The South, Slavery and Abolition,
1848-59, Economic to 1860, 1860-65, 1865-1876, Topics 1865-, R.R. + Trust Regulations,
Money + Politics 1876-1876, Foreign Affairs 1877-1914, 1901-1912, 1913-1920, 1920-1929,
Foreign Policy 1931-, Social and Intellectual (1620-1865), Constitutional, Westward
Movement, Legislative Process, American Government, Renaissance, Reformation
Box 57: Notecards
Scope: Organized into Apes, General, Dates, Political Thought Greeks, Hellenistics-Romans-Patristics,
Medieval, 16C, Natural Law; Social Contract, 17C, Enlightenment, Conservatism, 19C,
19C Germany, Socialism, Communism, British Government + Population Graphs, Early Tudors
(1485-1568), Elizabeth (1558-1603), Early Stuarts (1603-60), Later Stuarts (1660-1714),
Economic-Mercantalist Period, Industrial Revolution, 1815-1870, 1760-1789
Box 58: Oversize
Folder 58.1

Will of Rowland Burnham (1656)
Folder 58.2

Gov. Clarke’s Proclamation (1741)
Folder 58.3

Manuscript dated 22 August 1720
Folder 58.4

Lords, 1832
Folder 58.5

Colonial Entry Book (1664)
Folder 58.6

Folder 58.7

Hughes Family Papers
Folder 58.8

State Papers, Virginia Original, 1736
Folder 58.9

Northampton Co., Deeds, Wills, Etc., 1651-1654
Folder 58.10

Journal of the Royal Society (1696)
Folder 58.11

Colonial Office, CO 391:70 p51, 16 February 1762
Folder 58.12

Logan Papers (William Logan) vol. XI, p. 60
Folder 58.13

The Negro Plot of 1712
Folder 58.14

Folder 58.15

Sun Gazette and Daily Advertiser, 9 July 1795
Folder 58.16

Connecticut and New-Haven Journal, The Post-Boy, 31 December 1773
Folder 58.17

Legislative Petitions. Pittsylvania County, 10 November 1785
Folder 58.18

The Virginia Gazette and General Advertiser, 10 October 1800
Folder 58.19

York County, Virginia Records and Deeds, 1640-1660
Folder 58.20

Stephen Bordley Letter Book 1738-40
Folder 58.21

Cases in the Provincial Court-Court of Appeals of the State of Maryland, 1658-1860
Folder 58.22

The Census – Virginia Convention, 1850-1851
Folder 58.23

B.S. Barton on “Albinoes” 1699
Folder 58.24

Letter from Charles Thomson to his wife, 22 March 1785
Folder 58.25

“Franklin” To the People of Kentucky…Approving the Emancipation of all the slaves
in the state, Lexington, 1795
Folder 58.26

Rev. [Phanuel] Bacon – 4 sermons
Folder 58.27

Colonial Parish Slave Record Transcripts
Folder 58.28

The Gazette and Daily Advertiser, 9 July 1795
Folder 58.29

Charleston Evening Gazette, 28 September 1785
Folder 58.30

“Catalogue of Books in Dr. S.S. Smith’s Library,” 1810 and “Titles of Volumes Once
Belonging to President Witherspoon and Bought by The College from President Smith,”
Folder 58.31

Legislative Petition: Brunswick County, 10 November 1785
Folder 58.32

Letter, J.F. Corsie to D. Woody Newton, Greensboro, Alabama, 31 December 1851
Folder 58.33

Letter, Sarah H. Williams to Her Parents, 2 October 1854
Folder 58.34

Letter, Sarah H. Williams to Her Parents, 2 January 1855
Folder 58.35

Boston Independent Chronicle, 28 January 1785
Folder 58.36

Letter, James P. Tarry to S.O. Wood, 27 November 1853
Folder 58.37

Letter, Sarah H. Williams to Her Parents, 18 November 1853
Folder 58.38

Letter, Sarah H. Williams to Her Parents, 16 January 1858
Folder 58.39

Letter, John Simpson regarding a slave insurrection, 1775
Box 59: Bibliography and Subject Notecards (Adamses)
Scope: Organized into A-Z, Probably don’t do, Africa, Secondary done, A-Z, No Use, Mss, Barbados,
Duke, Lanneau, LC, Louisiana State Archives and Records Service, Mississippi Archives,
National Archives, North Carolina, W.J. Ref. Lib. (Jam.), Wisconsin H.S., To do May
91, S.C. Archives, S.C. Hist. Soc, South Carolina, Texas-Natchez Trace Collection,
Tulane, Virginia, Univ of
Box 60: Subject Notecards
Scope: Organized into Sambo 7/86, Books Loaned, Vocabulary, General, Historiography, Psychoanalysis,
Sociology + Education, Newspapers, Brain and Intelligence, Modern Culture, Ireland,
England, Special Topics, Individuals, Filibuster, Topics-boys, U.S.-Br. Commerce 1780s,
John Robinson, James Mackintosh, British Empire, French, Renaissance, Reformation,
European, Jordan Bibliography, Basic, Vocabulary
Box 61: Jordan Manuscripts and Published Material
Folder 61.1

The Sources of British Commercial Policy Towards the United States 1782-1787
Folder 61.2

The Negro in American History Textbooks
Folder 61.3

Modern Tension and the Origins of American Slavery
Folder 61.4

The Influence of the West Indies and the Origins of New England Slavery
Folder 61.5

An Antislavery Proslavery Document
Folder 61.6

Reminiscences of Winthrop D. Jordan by Sheila Skemp, Charles Franzen, Jack Greene,
Thad W. Tate, Charles Joyner, Annette Gordon-Reed, Allan Gallay, Leon Litwack, James
Oakes, Andy Kirkendall, John Saillant, David Hollinger, Ron Walters, David Libby,
Steve Budney, Brian S. Miller, Daniel L. Fountain, Patrick Miller, Paul Spickard,
Ronald Walters, Steve Budney, Douglas Henry Daniels, Lisa Speer, Ted Ownby, Elizabeth
Payne, Sheila Skemp, Peter H. Wood, Sylvia Frey, Sheila Skemp, Annette Gordon-Reed
Folder 61.7

Uncommon Sense, No. 124, Fall 2007 – contains memorials for Winthrop Jordan by Robert Middlekauff
and Sheila Skemp
Folder 61.8

Nunc Est Cantandum, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Winter 2007-08 – contains memorial for Winthrop Jordan
Folder 61.9

Manuscript: “Determinants of Voting Preferences: A Study of Harvard Undergraduates and the Presidential
Election of 1952” by Winthrop Jordan (bachelor’s degree thesis). April 1953
Folder 61.10

Manuscript: White Over Black: The Attitudes of the American Colonists toward the Negro, to 1784. Winthrop Donaldson Jordan


JavaScript disabled or chat unavailable.