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antebellum

Dating before or existing before the US Civil War (1861–1865).
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Aside from Scott, Lady Antebellum guitarist Dave Haywood is also set to welcome his own bundle of joy soon.
In her 2016 book, Schooling in the Antebellum South: The Rise of Public and Private Education in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, Sarah L.
In response to the vehement antebellum proslavery backlash, black abolitionists created a "concerted intellectual response to American racism," and white and black abolitionists together forged what Sinha terms "the modern concept of human rights" (311,249).
Antebellum activists echoed and developed their ideas, as suffrage for white males at age twenty-one made full citizenship a normative life stage, which made chronological age and individual maturation central to discussions of political belonging.
Enhanced with the inclusion of an eight page bibliography of secondary sources, and a thirty-seven page index, "Free Blacks in Antebellum Texas" is very highly recommended for personal, community, and academic library Texas History reference collections in general, and Black Studies supplemental reading lists in particular.
This book is a feast for antebellum political historians.
Lady Antebellum performs ''Freestyle'' during the 2015 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California January 7, 2015.
Hillary didn't rest on her laurels and she reckons continuing to write songs all the time is important to keep Lady Antebellum changing too.
On Thursday, May 2 at 5 pm ET, at a private show on the roof of JetBlue's New York support center, Lady Antebellum will help the airline paint the town blue by performing selections from their forthcoming CD "Golden," available in stores May 7.
He examines how the narratives reflect developments in politics, economy, labor, the law, and changes in gender relations during the antebellum era.
Holly Springs was once a cultural, legal, and business capital in this part of the antebellum South," says Sarah Miller Taylor, vice president of the Holly Springs Garden Club, the event's sponsoring organization.
In this intriguing historical study, Jason Wallace employs a wide array of sermons, newspaper articles, and private and public letters that confirm and buttress current interpretations of the antebellum debate between northern and southern evangelicals over slavery.