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      From: Jennifer Schwartz [mailto:jennifer.schwartz@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 11:23 AM
      To: H-HISTBIBL@...
      Subject: ANNOUNCING H-Southern-Industry: H-Net Network on the History
      and Culture of Industrialization in the American South


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      Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 12:24 PM
      Subject: ANNOUNCING H-Southern-Industry: H-Net Network on the History
      and Culture of Industrialization in the American South


      ANNOUNCING H-Southern-Industry: H-Net Network on the History and Culture
      of Industrialization in the American South

      Sponsored by H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences On-line and the Southern
      Industrialization Project.

      ABOUT H-Southern-Industry

      The purpose of H-Southern-Industry is to transfer an existing, successful
      academic discussion list of the Southern Industrialization Project (SIP)
      from a listserv operating out of Georgia Tech. SIP List began in January
      1997 and currently has approximately 130 members from around the world who
      are interested in exchanging ideas and data about Southern
      industrialization. The list also serves to distribute announcements about
      SIP events as well as book reviews solicited by SIP. It also frequently
      distributes pertinent posts found on other lists. This list attracts
      members from, but also fills a niche outside the general interests of,
      those who subscribe to H-South, H-SAWH, H-Labor, H-Business, and other
      lists. It has two specific parameters that define its raison d'etre: the
      terms "Southern" and "Industrialization" both of which are defined
      broadly. We are only interested in discussions that meet at the
      intersection of those two terms.

      The H-Southern-Industry list is co-edited by Steven A. Reich
      <reichsa@...> James Madison University, Michael Gagnon
      <michael.gagnon.charter.net>, and Stephen W. Taylor
      <stephenwallacetaylor@...> Macon State College.

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