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Great Moments in Southern History

I sent Chris Mackowski a note on some stationery I got years ago–see below. As you’ll be able to tell, there’s a story behind it. 431 more words

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May 28th, 1830 President Andrew Jackson Signs the "Indian Removal Act"

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF NATIVE NEWS ONLINE)

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My Thoughts About the History of Terror in America

The variety of topics and historical readings that I’ve encountered in the class have helped me learn more about the role of terror in America. Terror has shaped America. 1,529 more words

Terror Has Always Been a Part of America

When Americans today hear the word “terror,” they typically picture a Muslim, who has carried out an act of violence against the American people. While terror may seem like a relativity new concept to Americans, one that merely began after the 9/11 attacks, terror has always been a part of American history. 956 more words

SURVIVING ANDREW JACKSON - SURVIVING DONALD TRUMP

Andrew Jackson who reveled in the name “Indian Killer” and “Sharp Knife”. Andrew Jackson who defied a Supreme Court ruling and in doing so continued to carry out his personal policy of extermination. 377 more words

"Savages, Savages, Barely Even Human"... But Who IS the Savage One?

Written just a few short years prior to the Indian Removal Act, Catharine Maria Sedgwick’s captivity novel Hope Leslie portrays Native Americans in an unusually positive light for the time period. 586 more words

Reflections On Hope Leslie