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  • 1866 Memphis Massacre
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    1866 Memphis Massacre

    Historians talked about race relations in post-Civil War Memphis and the lives of freed blacks in the city both before and after the 1866 riot that resulted in the massacre of dozens of…

  • Discussion on Reconstruction in Tennessee
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    Reconstruction in Tennessee

    Historians talked about the Reconstruction era and the various ways historians have viewed the period over time. They also spoke about Reconstruction in Tennessee, and how some citizens in the…

  • Rural and Urban AfricanAmerican Communities
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    Rural and Urban African-American Communities

    The panelists talked about the dynamics between rural and urban African American communities, specifically in the Southern United States. They talked about the history of racial relations…

  • emStill Fighting the Civil Warem
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    Still Fighting the Civil War

    Mr. Goldfield discussed his newest book, Still Fighting the Civil War: The American South and Southern History, published by Louisiana State University Press. In it, the author makes the case that the…

  • The Civil Rights Movements and the American South
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    The Civil Rights Movements and the American South

    Mr. Hobbson and Mr. Manis talked about the conversion towards racial equality of many Southern whites experienced in the early 1900's. Mr. Hobbson is the author of But Now I See. Mr. Manis is the…