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In Pursuit of Freedom

Apr 4 2011
Frederick Douglass approached the abolition of slavery from within the confines of the Constitution. [...] »

Black-Robed Regiment

Apr 4 2011
Not technically a military force, the "Regiment" proved integral to the success of the American Revolution. [...] »

Black Confederates

Apr 4 2011
Most African Americans (free or slaves) never joined the ranks of the Confederacy. Are there cases where individuals did? [...] »

Divided Allegiance

Apr 4 2011
Being born in the United States was not always a guaranteed path to citizenship. [...] »

On Gendering the Constitution

Apr 4 2011
The agitation among women’s rights activists over the language of the 14th Amendment. [...] »

On Telegrams and Telephone Calls

Mar 3 2011
On the record and off the record communications between Washington and Birmingham in 1963. [...] »

Roosevelt's Tree Army

Mar 3 2011
The work of the Civilian Conservation Corps in central New York State. [...] »

Animating the Home Front

Mar 3 2011
What happens when cartoon characters go to war? [...] »

Clinical Experiences

Mar 3 2011
When did universities start making teaching students do student teaching? [...] »

Keep Your Top Eye Open

Feb 2 2011
Boston abolitionists on the lookout for slave-catchers in 1851. [...] »

 
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