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Keri Leigh Merritt

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Alumnus (Graduate Program)
Dissertation/Thesis Title:
'A Vile, Immoral, and Profligate Course of Life': Poor Whites and the Enforcement of Vagrancy Law in Antebellum Georgia.
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Selected Publications:

Merritt, Keri Leigh. “A Second Degree Of Slavery: How Black Emancipation Freed The South's Poor Whites”. James C Cobb. 2014: n. pag. Print.

Merritt, Keri Leigh. “A Vile, Immoral, And Profligate Course Of Life': Poor Whites And The Enforcement Of Vagrancy Law In Antebellum Georgia”. Southern Society And Its Transformations, 1780-1860. Susanna Delfino, Gillespie, Michele, & Kyriakoudes, Louis. University of Missouri Press, 2011. Web.

Merritt, Keri Leigh. “'a Vile, Immoral, And Profligate Course Of Life': Poor Whites And The Enforcement Of Vagrancy Law In Antebellum Georgia”. John Inscoe. 2007: n. pag. Print.

Major Professor

Albert B. Saye Professor of History

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