Historical Context of Civil War Monuments2017-11-18T17:59:58-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/79c/20171118183745003_hd.jpgPanelists talked about the historical context in which Civil War monuments were constructed and what they came to symbolize.
Panelists talked about the historical context in which Civil War monuments were constructed and what they came to symbolize.
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David W. Blight Director Yale University->Gilder Lehrman Ctr. for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition
Karen L. Cox Professor University of North Carolina, Charlotte->History Department
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