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Ben Wynne


History of American South, Southern history, Antebellum American History, Civil War history

Author and historian Ben Wynne serves as a professor of history at the University of North Georgia. He is the author of a number of works on the American South, including The Man Who Punched Jefferson Davis: The Political Life of Henry Stuart Foote (LSU Press 2018); In Tune: Charley Patton, Jimmie Rodgers and the Roots of American Music (LSU Press 2014); Mississippi's Civil War: A Narrative History (Mercer University Press 2006); and A Hard Trip: A History of the 15th Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A. (Mercer University Press 2003). He edited and annotated "The Personal Observations of a Man of Intelligence": Notes of a Tour in North America in 1861, by Sir James Fergusson (The True Bill Press, 2009). He also has written new introductions for several works in the Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading history series.

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Culture/Society, History

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