This is a reprint of an original 12-page narrow pamphlet published in 1929 by the son of the 10th president of the United States, John Tyler. Lyon Gardiner Tyler was a noted historian, educator and author in his own right. He wrote this pamphlet to help correct the propaganda about the South, and his father, by Northern writers and publishers. It is short, concise and should be read by every student, not only in the South, but in the United States.
Companion book to the book "Ill Take My Stand: The South and the Agrarian Tradition" first published in 1930. In “To Live and Die in Dixie” you will find 27 essays which are designed to supply the weapons needed to take on the intellectually challenged and misinformed purveyors of modern historical imbecility. Intelligence is a weapon of self-defense. If you don’t know your own history then you will be helpless and ignorant before someone who merely claims to know your history! Originally published in the Confederate Veteran magazine from September/October 2010 through November/December 2014.