Conversations on the Civil War - 1863: Emancipation

This program offers the first of a series of public conversations at USC, Columbia, Conversations on the Civil War - 1863. The series features Dr. Edgar in conversation with scholars and authors, renowned for their works on the American Civil War. Our first guest, Dr. Thavolia Glymph, of Duke University, talks with him about the importance of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Below find the full one hour program and excerpts from the program.

PHOTO CREDIT: Henry Lewis Stephens, untitled watercolor (c. 1863) of a black man reading a newspaper with headline "Presidential Proclamation/Slavery".

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Impact of Emancipation  | Walter Edgar's Journal
Impact of Emancipation | Walter Edgar's Journal

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This is an excerpt from the University of South Carolina public series, Conversations on the Civil War - 1863. Dr. Walter Edgar speaks to Dr. Thavolia Gylmph, Duke University, about the impact the...
Impact on Slave Owners  | Walter Edgar's Journal
Impact on Slave Owners | Walter Edgar's Journal

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This is an excerpt from the University of South Carolina public series, Conversations on the Civil War - 1863. Dr. Walter Edgar speaks to Dr. Thavolia Gylmph, Duke University, about the impact the...
The 13th Amendment  | Walter Edgar's Journal
The 13th Amendment | Walter Edgar's Journal

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This is an excerpt from the University of South Carolina public series, Conversations on the Civil War - 1863. Dr. Walter Edgar speaks to Dr. Thavolia Gylmph, Duke University, about the 13th Amendment...