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Dear All, 

As many of you may have heard, the acclaimed southern historian Charles Joyner has recently passed away.  Anyone familiar with his work knows what a loss this is for our field.  The State newspaper of South Carolina offers the following short article:


Let me offer our network's condolences to everyone who knew Dr. Joyner.