The Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association

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South Carolina Historical Association
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2005
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Annually, the association publishes a journal, The Proceedings, which consists of papers presented at the annual meeting. Into the Maw of Dixie: The Freedom Rides, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Politics of Race in South Carolina by Derek Charles Catsam - University of Texas of the Permian Basin The Merci Train for South Carolina: When France and the Palmetto State were Friends, 1947-1949 by Fritz Hamer - South Carolina State Museum Built By the Border: South of the Border and Border Business 1950-1965 by Laura Koser - University of South Carolina Conflict and the Courts: Common Law, Star Chamber, Coroners’ Inquests, and the King’s Almoner in Early Modern England by Carol Loar - University of South Carolina Upstate The Cross and the Elephant: Southern White Evangelicals’ Commitment to the Republican Party, 1960-1994 by Daniel K. Williams - Brown University The Revolution Outside Her Window: New Light Shed on the March 1917 Russian Revolution from the Papers of VAD Nurse Dorothy N. Seymour by Joyce Wood - Anderson College
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Copyright © South Carolina Historical Association. For more information contact the South Carolina Historical Association. scha1931.org
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