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The Lynching Era

Entry 8: The Lynching Era

The Lynching era, which spanned from the end of the Civil War (1865) to 1930 was one of the most controversial times in United States history. 878 more words

Women And Race: An Examination Of The Death Penalty Throughout American History

Alabama: Politics and Moral Rectitude

Alabama’s Governor Kay Ivey has demonstrated the mind set of many conservative Republicans in announcing her support of controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore.  Though she “has no reason to doubt” the numerous women who report his inappropriate sexual advances on them, some in their youth, she declares that she will put her Republican Party loyalty first. 266 more words

Religion & Spirituality

Historic Charleston, South Carolina

A Southern Road Trip Part One: Charleston

We started our November road trip in Charleston, South Carolina with a stay at the Barksdale House Inn… 393 more words

Destinations

Vegan Sweet Potato Pie

I’m a southerner. I grew up in the south. I have fond childhood memories of my grandmother baking sweet potato and pecan pies. The first vegan recipe I found was not fantastic, so I used a traditional recipe, modified it to be vegan, and it turned out great! 117 more words

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American Travels

Business and Vacation Travel Logistics and Itineraries

Turnkey personalized travel services in the USA for families, extended families, theme groups and business travelers that focus on: Historical Tourism, Environment Friendly Destinations and Vacations, Architectural Tours, Food Wine and Brew itineraries, Study Tours, Professional Enrichment, Training and Wellness programs. 112 more words

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Touring the American South

A Journey from the Atlantic to the Gulf Coast via Appalachia and the Mississippi River

The Towns and Villages of Loudoun County Historic Small Towns Itineraries and Wine Tours… 167 more words

Logistics

Chickasaws and the American Revolution

This post is a part of our “Native American Revolutions” Series. By Kathleen DuVal

British officials knew they would need Native allies in the American Revolution, and they assumed the Chickasaws would be first in line. 1,331 more words

American Revolution