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    1873 Shreveport Yellow Fever Epidemic

    Historian Gary Joiner gave a tour of the Oakland Cemetery and talked about how the 1873 yellow fever epidemic affected the history of Shreveport, Louisiana. A quarter of the city residents died and over 800…

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    Booker T. Washington in Shreveport

    Booker T. Washington spoke to Shreveport, Louisiana, residents about racial reconciliation in 1911 and a second time in 1915, when a crowd of over 10,000 people came to see him. Shreveport’s population at that…

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    One Damn Blunder from Beginning to End

    Gary Joiner talked about his book One Damn Blunder From Beginning to End: The Red River Campaign of 1864. The main objective of the Union campaign was to seize Shreveport, Louisiana, which at that time was the…