A New History of the American South
Historians Fitzhugh Brundage, Jon Sensbach, and Scott Nelson discussed how the South’s economy, politics, religion, race relations, and culture have impacted America over the last two centuries. The Atlanta History Center hosted this event.
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W. Fitzhugh Brundage Professor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill->History Department
Claire Haley Vice President Atlanta History Center
Scott Nelson Professor University of Georgia->History Department
Jon Sensbach Professor University of Florida->History Department
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