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The 150th anniversary of the American Civil War has generated quite a bit of scholarship about a key event in the nation's history.
I read a book about the estimated 50,000 Black soldiers who wore the CSA uniform and fought in numerous battles.
I guess the Feds wanted a Second Civil War in the 1950s and went after the children. Obviously the Schools were separate. I attended one. And obviously they were not equal.
The Civil War ended and the Troubles began. The old system was replaced by No System and all hell broke loose.
After 150 years of Civil War History and 50 years of Black History month, we know Slavery was abolished and no New Society was installed by the Conqueror.
Numerous articles are easily found by searching "when would slavery have ended without war" and you see the common estimate of 1890.
I understand that you are leading the University trustees' investigation preceding their consideration of the proposed renaming of Saunders Hall, a proposal based on historical evidence that William L. Saunders, for whom the building is named, was a leader of the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina...
I understand that you are leading the University trustees' investigation preceding their consideration of the proposed renaming of Saunders Hall, a proposal based on historical evidence that William L. Saunders, for whom the building is named, was a leader of the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina...
A handful of documents changed the character of the United States. The 13th Amendment, formally ending legal slavery in this country, is one of them.
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