1. Should Mexicans Move to the South?


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    ¡Ask a Mexican! columnist Gustavo Arellano on whether the South is the new promised land for Mexicans. Enjoy!

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    • Register for The South in American History


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      The South has played a central role in American history from the first permanent English colony through the United States of today. Join Gilder Lehrman and Ed Ayers—and look south for American history. Visit gilderlehrman.org/thesouth.

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      • Civil War Project


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        An animated project on the Civil War -IMPORTANT- Due to other issues, I was not able to finish this completely. That is why only half of the video is digitalized and the other half is drawn sketches. If I decide to finish the whole product, I will put the link here. Song- War of Change- Thousand Foot Krutch I do not own the audio, it belongs to it's rightful owners. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If you couldn't tell what was going on, quick frame summary- 1st Frame- Abraham Lincoln becoming president 2nd Frame- South Carolina Seceding 3rd Frame- Jefferson Davis becoming the Confederacy's president 4rd Frame- Union and Confederate flags 5th Frame- Cannons preparing 6th Frame- Union soldiers walking 7th Frame- Confederate general giving orders to fire 8th Frame- Abraham Lincoln -words- 9-11th Frames- soldier being shot 12th Frame- Union general 13th Frame- Abraham holding his forehead 14th Frame- Canon shooting 15th Frame- Lincoln's silhouette *Fade out transition*

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        • AP US History Study Guide: Period 5 - 1844 to 1877


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          Covers the time period from 1844 to 1877: A challenging period of expansion, crisis, and rebuilding for America.

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          • Haunted Civil War Cemetery in Florida


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            At this cemetery it is said that hundreds of civil war casualties were buried unmarked. West Bay Cemetery, located near Panama City Beach, Florida, was in the area of many Civil War battles that left thousands dead. Many people have reported seeing figures of men and women here along with voices and cold spots.

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            • Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause by Heath Hardage Lee


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              On June 26 at noon, Heath Hardage Lee delivered a Banner Lecture entitled "Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause." Varina Anne “Winnie” Davis was the youngest daughter of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and his second wife, Varina Howell Davis. Winnie’s birth in June 1864 was hailed as a blessing by war-weary southerners. Her arrival seemed a good omen that might signify future victory. After the war, Winnie, who spent her early life as a genteel refugee and a European expatriate, was christened the “Daughter of the Confederacy” in 1886. This role was bestowed upon her by a southern society trying to come to terms with defeat. Particularly idolized by such organizations as the United Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Winnie became an icon of the Lost Cause, eclipsing even her father in popularity. Her controversial engagement in 1890 to a northern lawyer, whose grandfather was a famous abolitionist, shocked her friends, family, and the southern groups that idolized her. She later moved to New York City, where she became a writer for family friend and newspaper baron Joseph Pulitzer at The World. Despite her blooming literary career, the young woman was unable to escape the looming legacy of the Lost Cause. Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause is the first published biography of this little-known woman who unwittingly became the symbolic female figure of the defeated South. Heath Hardage Lee, author of Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Lost Cause, is the History Series Coordinator at Salisbury House and Gardens in Des Moines, Iowa. She is a writer whose work has appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Charlotte Magazine, Charlotte Home Design, Charlotte Place, and Charlotte Business, and she regularly contributes to several blogs on history, art, and design.

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              • Sam Davis


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                This video is part of the Tennessee State Capitol: Grounded in Tradition video documentary project, initiated by the Tennessee General Assembly and produced by the Secretary of State’s Office, chronicling the history of this extraordinary building. Copies of the documentary were distributed to school districts in Tennessee’s 95 counties, and are also available online along with supplementary educational content. Click the following link to learn more about this project: capitol.tnsos.net.

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                • The Burning of Columbia - Teaser #1


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                  This is the first teaser for an interactive mobile app commemorating the 150th anniversary of the burning of Columbia, South Carolina during the Civil War. Troy Tague of Pylon Design ( pylondesign.com ) will be the art director for this project produced by Thrillbot Media. Music: Cylinder Eight Written and Performed by Chris Zabriskie ( chriszabriskie.com )

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                  • Fort Benning Celebrates the Birthday of its Namesake


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                    You hear the name Fort Benning, but do you know where the name Benning comes from? Melissa Bell brings us Henry Lewis Benning and how we remember him on his bicentenial birthday.

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                    • The Underground Railroad during the Civil War


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                      Video by Penfield TV - Presented by Jerry Bennett during the Town of Penfield Civil War Expo day, sponsored by the Heritage Association, Recreation, Local History Room and Public LIbrary

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