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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi...aj wright ... From: New Deal Network [mailto:ndn@ilt.columbia.edu] Sent: Monday, July 03, 2000 1:02 PM To: H-US1918-45@H-NET.MSU.EDU Subject: CONF: The
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      -----Original Message-----
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      Subject: CONF: The Gulf South in the 1930s and other topics in Gulf
      South History


      The Gulf South in the 1930s and other topics in Gulf South History

      Location: Florida, United States Conference Date: 2000-10-12

      The Gulf South History and Humanities Conference is an annual event
      sponsored by the Gulf South Historical Association, a consortium of
      Gulf South Colleges and Universities including the University of
      South Alabama, the University of West Flordia, Pensacola Junior
      College, the University of Southern Mississippi, Southeastern
      Louisiana University, Texas Christian University and Texas A&M at
      Galveston.

      The 2000 Conference, to be held at the Hampton Inn on spectacular
      Pensacola Beach, will examine, in detail, the Gulf South in the
      1930s, as well as address any approved topic in any era of history
      highlighting the states of the Gulf South.

      The Association sponsors the William S. Coker Award for the Best
      Graduate Level Paper presented at the annual conference. The
      prize-winning paper receives a $250.00 cash prize and is eligible
      for publication in the Association's juried journal Gulf South
      Historical Review.

      Contact information:
      Dr. Randall Broxton
      Department of History, Language and Philosophy
      Pensacola Junior College
      1000 College Blvd
      Pensacola, FL 32504
      850-484-1425
      Email: Rbroxton@...
    • A.J. Wright
      fyi...aj wright // ajwright@uab.edu ... From: New Deal Network [mailto:ndn@ilt.columbia.edu] Sent: Monday, July 03, 2000 1:02 PM To: H-US1918-45@H-NET.MSU.EDU
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        -----Original Message-----
        From: New Deal Network [mailto:ndn@...]
        Sent: Monday, July 03, 2000 1:02 PM
        To: H-US1918-45@...
        Subject: CONF: The Gulf South in the 1930s and other topics in Gulf
        South History


        The Gulf South in the 1930s and other topics in Gulf South History

        Location: Florida, United States Conference Date: 2000-10-12

        The Gulf South History and Humanities Conference is an annual event
        sponsored by the Gulf South Historical Association, a consortium of
        Gulf South Colleges and Universities including the University of
        South Alabama, the University of West Flordia, Pensacola Junior
        College, the University of Southern Mississippi, Southeastern
        Louisiana University, Texas Christian University and Texas A&M at
        Galveston.

        The 2000 Conference, to be held at the Hampton Inn on spectacular
        Pensacola Beach, will examine, in detail, the Gulf South in the
        1930s, as well as address any approved topic in any era of history
        highlighting the states of the Gulf South.

        The Association sponsors the William S. Coker Award for the Best
        Graduate Level Paper presented at the annual conference. The
        prize-winning paper receives a $250.00 cash prize and is eligible
        for publication in the Association's juried journal Gulf South
        Historical Review.

        Contact information:
        Dr. Randall Broxton
        Department of History, Language and Philosophy
        Pensacola Junior College
        1000 College Blvd
        Pensacola, FL 32504
        850-484-1425
        Email: Rbroxton@...
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