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Participant name: bell wiley

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FS-*0004-78Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultyEmory UniversityTHE AMERICAN SOUTH 1800-1865: SLAVERY, SECESSION AND CIVIL WAR1/1/1979 - 9/30/1979$45,612.00BellI.Wiley   Emory UniversityAtlantaGA30322-1018USA1977Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralSeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs456120456120

A seminar on the South from 1800 through 1865, with emphasis on slavery, secession, and Civil War. Attention will be given to changing interpretations as reflected in writings of the last half century, and to influences, national and regional, that have contributed to revisionism.

FS-10172-76Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultyEmory UniversityThe American South, 1800-1865: Slavery, Secession and Civil War1/1/1976 - 8/31/1976$40,161.00BellI.Wiley   Emory UniversityAtlantaGA30322-1018USA1975U.S. HistorySeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs401610401610

A seminar on the South from 1800 through 1865, with emphasis on slavery, secession, and Civil War. Attention will be given to changing interpretations as reflected in writings of the last half- century, and to influences, national and regional, that have contributed to revisionism.

FS-10334-76Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultyEmory UniversityThe American South, 1800-1865: Slavery, Secession and Civil War1/1/1976 - 8/31/1976$43,100.00BellI.Wiley   Emory UniversityAtlantaGA30322-1018USA1975U.S. HistorySeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs431000431000

A seminar on the South from 1800 through 1865, with emphasis on slavery, secession, and Civil War. Attention will be given to changing interpretations as reflected in writings of the last half-century, and to influences, national and regional, that have contributed to revisionism.