CCFA 202 - Arts and Cultures of the Slave South
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|Search strategies:||sculpture, art, painting, culture
slavery, planter/plantation, foodways, Black, African American
Nineteenth, Charleston, south/southern, confederacy
|Keyword southern states and slavery and culture
Subject Slavery - Southern States - History - 19th century
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|Sample Advanced Search:||KEYWORD art||AND KEYWORD slavery
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|keyword:||sculpture and african american and nineteenth|
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