The Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association

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South Carolina Historical Association
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1995
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Annually, the association publishes a journal, The Proceedings, which consists of papers presented at the annual meeting. The Southern Historian in the Modern World by Charles Joyner ‘A Courageous Little Band’ of Campaigners: Women for Hughes in 1916 by Molly M. Wood Beyond “The Politics of Color”: Opposition to South Carolina’s 1952 Constitutional Amendment to Abolish the Public School System by David G. Blick Mendel Rivers and the Expansion of the Charleston Naval Station by William Huntley A Collision of Cultures: Aiken, South Carolina, Meets the Nuclear Age by James O. Farmer, Jr. “Saying What You Mean, and Meaning What You Say: Or Does the Term ‘Celtic Britain’ Really Tell You Anything” by William S. Brockington, Jr. The Debate over the Twelfth-Century Renaissance by Kathleen S. Turner The Wonderful Iodine State by Katherine D. Cann Through the Safety Net: A South Carolina Community Action Program Copes with the First Year of the Reagan Revolution by Joseph Edward Lee Franz Six and the Einsatzgruppen: Insubordination and the Myth of Superior Others by R. Wesley White Colonel William Harden: The Unsung Partisan Commander by Dik A. Daso Teaching Using Archival Documents in a Middle School Setting by Lynn McCuiston Burnett, and Jane L. Eason Student Performance: What Happens When Technology Enters the Classroom by Jamie W. Moore
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South Carolina State Library
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