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Rebellion, Annexation, Industry, and War Jon Hale College of Charleston
Southern Culture and the Confederate Flag?
Richard I. Manning South Carolina governor during the war Established SC Council of Defense All five sons enlisted in the military
South Carolina Dispensary “Ben Tillman’s Baby” Populist reform movement prior to prohibition
South Carolina and the Harlem Renaissance William H. Johnson Impressionism to folk art “Southern Literary Renaissance” To reclaim southern culture to demonstrate that a group of southerners could produce important work in the medium [of poetry]”
James F. Byrnes U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, Supreme Court Justice, Secretary of State, Governor of South Carolina,
Byrnes and the New Deal “I admit I am a New Dealer, and if [the New Deal] takes money from the few who have controlled the country and gives it back to the average man, I am going to Washington to help the President work for the people of South Carolina and the country.” Glenn Feldman, The Irony of the Solid South, 108.