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Study the South Journal: Blues in the American South Call for Papers

Title: Study the South Journal: Blues in the American South Call

       for Papers

    Date: 2015-01-05

    Description: Study the South, a peer-reviewed, multimedia,

       open-access journal published by the Center for the Study of

       Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi, announces a

       call for papers to advance scholarship on blues music in the

       American South. The author of the selected paper will be

       invited to d ...

Study the South Journal: Margaret Walker Call for Papers

Title: Study the South Journal: Margaret Walker Call for Papers

    Date: 2014-12-01

    Description: Study the South, a peer-reviewed, multimedia,

       open-access journal published by the Center for the Study of

       Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi, announces a

       call for papers to advance scholarship on the life and

       literature of Mississippi writer Margaret Walker. The author of

       the selecte ...

    Contact: jgthomas@olemiss.edu

Spectacular 19th century map of North Carolina

A few weeks ago, a link was provided to the story of a very weird mid 19th century map of North Carolina, printed from the same plates as the 1833 MacRae-Brazier map. The next map printed from those plates is one of the most spectacular maps of North Carolina ever published. Read about it here.

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Jay Lester

William P. Cumming Map Society

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