Legacy of Jim Crow for Southern Native Americans
Theda Perdue talked about the legacy of Jim Crow and it’s impact on Native Americans in the South. Topics included the legacy of… read more
Theda Perdue talked about the legacy of Jim Crow and it’s impact on Native Americans in the South. Topics included the legacy of Indian removal and Native American attitudes toward the civil rights movement.
This was the Presidential Address of the 7th annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association, held at the Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Perdue, Theda President Southern Historical Association
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