The Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association

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South Carolina Historical Association
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1996
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Annually, the association publishes a journal, The Proceedings, which consists of papers presented at the annual meeting. Long-Term Origins of the Social Security Act of 1935 by Tammy S. Sugarman The Social Security Act: Who Supported and Why by Julia Sloan What to do with the Submerged Tenth?: The Social Question of Poverty in Late 19th Century England by Veronica Bruce “A Family Affair: Race, Gender, and the Familial Metaphor in the Dixecrat Movement, 1948-1950” by Kat Frederickson The Israelites of Columbia, South Carolina: The Development of an Antebellum Jewish Community by Belinda F. Gergel The Circle Large and Small: Courtship, Marriage and Childrearing on a Lowcountry Plantation by Judith Lee Hunt The Polish Home Army: Partisans or Organized Army by James Dixon The Times on the Far Eastern Crisis of 1937 What Does the Times Say by Jill S. Quattlebaum
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Copyright © South Carolina Historical Association. For more information contact the South Carolina Historical Association. scha1931.org
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