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16942
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Applied history refers to a form of communicating history through performance, preservation, and exhibit to deliver history to a larger, public audience. Dr. Nathans took part in several of these applied history projects and shares his thoughts and revelations about communicating history through popular media. He focuses on three projects; a photographic essay on Durham's history displayed in the Durham Arts Council (1975), preservation at the Stagville Preservation Center (1977), and finally collecting documents for a project called the North Carolina source book (1979).
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3174
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Afro-Americans during the antebellum period consisted of two groups: slaves, who were considered property; and free Blacks, whose rights, such as voting, were limited by the Constitution of 1835.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. 36 Issue 1, Fall 1996, p14-15, il, por