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Sparks, Ph.D., is an associate professor of history at Tulane University, and director of its Regional Humanities Center. He is the author of Religion in Mississippi, from which this article is extracted, and On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Evangelicalism in Mississippi, › Home › Articles.
on Jordan’s Stormy Banks On the morning of Janu just after midnight, Alonzo and Mary Julian, clutching their six children, a little food, and a pile of tattered cloth-ing, climbed onto a neighbor’s flatbed truck a few miles west of Marston and headed for Highway Huddled with his family against the cold, Julian must Randy J.
Sparks, associate professor of history at Tulane University, is a scholar of American religion and southern history. He is the author of Religion in Mississippi and On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Evangelicalism in Mississippi, Mr. Sparks lives in New Orleans.
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Sparks, an associate professor of history at Tulane University, is the author of On Jordan's Stormy Banks: Evangelical Religion in Mississippi, Heritage of Mississippi Series, distributed for the Mississippi Historical Society. Read the full-text online edition of New Directions in American Religious History ().
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