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The David B. Warren Symposium

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1 The David B. Warren Symposium on Tue Aug 30, 2011 10:49 am

The Civil War and the Material Culture of Texas, the Lower South, and the Southwest
The Civil War was a turning point for American culture in countless ways. How were profound changes in economics, technology, communications and many other aspects of life in the United States reflected in the material record? The 2011 David B. Warren Symposium examines how the Civil War affected the material culture of Texas, the Lower South, and the Southwest between 1850 and 1880.

Bayou Bend, Houston
October 28-29

Annette Bethke
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