A look at the lives of more than 100 young white men from Virginia's last generation to grow up with the institution of slavery. By examining members of this generation on personal as well as generational and cultural levels, Carmichael sheds light on the formation and reformation of Southern identity.... of Virginia, 1860), in Student and Alumni Papers, UVA Mastera#39;s Theses, AL; W. Dinwiddie, aquot;Essay on the Province and Culture of ... For other examples of nature instilling in the last generation a stronger attachment to Virginia, see John H.
|Title||:||The Last Generation|
|Author||:||Peter S. Carmichael|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 2005|