This review of four books published about tourism in the US South examines the ways the region has struggled to reconcile a past rooted in slavery and violence and a modern era recast as industrial, technological, and attractive for tourists. With a focus on ghost tours, beaches, and new industries in Southern cities, these books examine the links between the construction of history and efforts to market the New South as a tourist destination.

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