VideoDr. Matthew Downs discusses the writing process behind the book The American South And The Great War, 1914 - 1924, which he co-authored with Dr. Ryan Floyd.
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VideoViewer Discretion Is Advised Dr. Angela Jill Cooley discusses the social norms of Jim Crow Laws in the American south during the World War I era.
VideoDr. Fritz Hamer talks about his career path, and how he became the curator of history, and archivist at South Carolina's Confederate Relic Room And Military Museum. Check out Knowitall's virtual tour...
VideoExperts from Lander University's World War I Symposium tell viewers what resources are available for those interested in learning more about The Great War.
VideoViewer Discretion Is Advised Dr. Kathryn Silva on racial relations between Whites and African Americans during World War I, and the days of Jim Crow.
VideoDr. Matthew L. Downs talks about how the American South was involved in World War I.
VideoViewer Discretion Is Advised. Dr. Kathryn Silva discusses the life and legacy of several prominent civil rights leaders during the World War I era: Ida B. Wells, and W.E.B. Dubois.
VideoDr. Fritz Hamer discusses the roles the state of South Carolina played during the era of The Great War, and its impacts on the war itself.
VideoDr. Ryan Floyd analyzes President Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points, and why the United States decided to not become involved in the League of Nations following World War I.
VideoDr. Matthew Downs discusses how the lingering effects of the American Civil War shaped the attitudes of American southerners during World War I.