Automobility and Social Change in the South, 1909-1939
Routledge – 2002 – 150 pages
This book investigates the opportunities the automobile presented for early twentieth Mississippians to change their patterns of work and leisure.
'Automobility provides scholars of the American South detail and insight into the automobile's role in transforming early twentieth century Mississippi. Automobile historians will welcome the contribution of a focused investigation of its introduction in a new context.' – The Journal of Transport History