Micki McElya

Micki McElya is Professor of History at the University of Connecticut. She is the author of Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America and of The Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National Cemetery, which won the John Brinckerhoff Jackson Book Prize and the Sharon Harris Award and was a finalist for the Jefferson Davis Award and the Pulitzer Prize.

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Cover: The Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National CemeteryThe Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National CemeteryMcElya, MickiPAPERBACK05/13/2019$20.00
Cover: The Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National CemeteryThe Politics of Mourning: Death and Honor in Arlington National CemeteryMcElya, MickiHARDCOVER08/15/2016$29.95
Cover: Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century AmericaClinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century AmericaMcElya, MickiHARDCOVER10/31/2007$40.00
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