Publications from the Department of History, Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Submissions from 2016

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Goochland County Rosenwald Schools Oral History Project, 2013-2015, Brian J. Daugherity and Alyce Miller

Submissions from 2015

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Publicity and Prejudice: The New York World’s Exposé of 1921 and the History of the Second Ku Klux Klan, John T. Kneebone

Submissions from 2014

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Collaboration and Resistance on the Southwest Frontier: Early Eighteenth-Century Qing Expansion on Two Fronts, John Herman

Submissions from 2013

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Program of Action: The Rev. L. Francis Griffin and the Struggle for Racial Equality in Farmville, 1963, Brian E. Lee and Brian J. Daugherity

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Fair Employment, Voting Rights, and Racial Violence (including Introduction), Timothy N. Thurber

Submissions from 2012

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Preface, Introduction, and Chronology: Gabriel's Conspiracy, Philip J. Schwarz

Submissions from 2008

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"Keep on Keeping On": African Americans and the Implementation of Brown v. Board of Education in Virginia, Brian J. Daugherity

Submissions from 2006

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Recovering a "Lost" Story Using Oral History: The United States Supreme Court's Historic Green v. New Kent County, Virginia, Decision, Jody L. Allen and Brian J. Daugherity

Submissions from 2004

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Charles C. Green v. County School Board of New Kent County, U.S. Supreme Court decision, Jody L. Allen, Brian J. Daugherity, and Sarah Trembanis

Submissions from 2001

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Introduction: Migrants Against Slavery, Philip J. Schwarz

Submissions from 1989

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"A Sense Of Their Own Power": Self-Determination in Recent Writings on Black Virginians, Philip J. Schwarz

Submissions from 1988

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The Shape of the Shackles (including Preface and Introduction), Philip J. Schwarz

Submissions from 1987

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Emancipators, Protectors, and Anomalies: Free Black Slaveowners in Virginia, Philip J. Schwarz

Submissions from 1985

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Coming of Age in the Progressive South, John T. Kneebone

Submissions from 1982

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Gabriel's Challenge: Slaves and Crime in Late Eighteenth-Century Virginia, Philip J. Schwarz