WILEY, BELL IRVIN, 1906-1980.
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Subseries 5.4
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminars 1976-1979
Boxes 165-170

Lecture notes on required reading
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166 1 Barney, William L.: The Secessionist Impulse: Alabama and Mississippi in 1860
166 2 Blassingame, John P.: The Slave Community
166 3 Channing, Steve: Crisis of Fear: Secession in South Carolina
166 4 Craven, Avery: Growth of Southern Nationalism, 1848-1861
166 5 Eaton, Clement: The Growth of Southern Civilization
166 6 Fogel, Robert W. and Stanley Engerman: Time on theCross
166 7 Genovese, Eugene D.: In Black and Red
166 8 Genovese, Eugene D.: Political Economy of Slavery
166 9 Genovese, Eugene D.: Roll, Jordan, Roll
166 10 Genovese, Eugene D.: The World the Slaveholders Made
166 11 Gutman,Herbert G.: The Black Family
166 12 Holifield, Brooks: The Gentleman Theologians
166 13 Johnson, Michael: Toward a Patriarchal Republic:The Secession of Georgia
166 14 Newby: The South
166 15 Owens, Leslie Howard: The Sphere of Property: SlaveLife and Culture in the Old South
166 16 Parks, Joseph H.: Joseph E. Brown of Georgia
166 17 Potter, David M.: Impending Crisis, 1848-1861
166 18 Scarborough, William: The Overseer
166 19 Stampp, Kenneth M.: The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South
166 20 Starr, Stephen Z.: The Union Cavalry in the Civil War
166 21 Sydnor: The Development of Southern Sectionalism
166 22 Thomas, Emory: The Confederate Nation
166 23 Woodward, C. Vann: The Burden of Southern History
Lecture notes
166 1 Major trends, 1800-1860
166 2 Profile of the Confederacy
166 3 Trends in writing about slavery
166 4 Negroes in the Civil War
166 5 Women in the Civil War
166 6 Confederate women: Women during the Civil War
166 7 U. B. Phillips: The Man and the Historian
1975 Seminar
167 1 Grant proposal, 1974
1976 Seminar
167 2 Description of seminar
167 3 Correspondence: NEH, 1975-1977
167 4 Correspondence: 1976-1977
167 5 Notes on orientation session, 24 January 1976
167 6 Summer Seminar regulations
167 7 Application and announcement
167 8 Tentative prospectus
167 9 Form letters sent to applicants (acceptance, alternates, not chosen)
167 10 Letters to alternates
167 11 Books needed
167 12 Final expenditures report
1976 Seminar Participants
167 13 Roster
167 14 Photographs
167 15 Delaney, Norman C.
167 16 Durrence, J. Larry
167 17 Edward, G. Thomas
167 18 Henry, M. L.
167 19 Hickson, Shirley
167 20 Hoffert, Sylvia
167 21 Hughes, Cicero
167 22 Jones, Charles
167 23 Lack, Paul
167 24 Owens, James L.
167 25 Presley, John
167 26 Young, James R.
167 27 Report topics
167 28 Press releases
167 29 Newsletter, 1978
Collected source material
30 Listing of manuscripts in Special Collections, Woodruff Library
31 Fogel, Robert: "Cliometrics and Culture: Some Recent Developments in the Historiography of Slavery"
32 Fogel, Robert: "Explaining the Relative Efficiency of Slave Agriculture in the Antebellum South: A Reply to Critics"
33 Printed material
1977 Seminar
168 1 Seminar proposal
168 2 Description of seminar
168 3 Correspondence: NEH, 1976-1978
168 4 Correspondence: 1976-1977
168 5 Grant regulations
168 6 Application and announcement
168 7 Requests for application, 1976 October-December
168 8 Requests for application, 1977 January
168 9 Requests for application, February
168 10 Tentative prospectus
168 11 Form letters: (accepted, not chosen)
168 12 Books needed
168 13 Agenda and notes
168 14 Expenditures report
168 15 Final report
1977 Seminar: Participants
168 16 Roster
168 17 Photograph
168 18 Barrett, Glen
168 19 Fisher, R. Cameron
168 20 Herdman, Gerald G.
168 21 Hunt, Alfred N.
168 22 McGuire, Phillip
168 23 McLaurin, Melton A.
168 24 Moneyhon, Carl H.
168 25 Nelson, Belvin G.
168 26 Rhodes, William A.
168 27 Roberts, Don
168 28 Secrist, Philip Lee
168 29 Toplin, Robert Brent
168 30 Reports
168 31 Summaries of reports on Time on the Cross and its critics
168 32 Press releases
1977 Seminar: Field trips
168 33 Antebellum Roswell and Marietta
168 34 Athens
168 35 Savannah
1977 Seminar: Teaching aids
168 36 Map: Sherman's march to the sea (photocopies)
1977 Seminar: Collected source material
168 37 Listing of manuscripts in Special Collections, Woodruff Library
168 38 Printed material, 1975, no date
1978 Seminar
169 1 Correspondence with NEH, 1977
169 2 Grant application
1979 Seminar
169 3 Correspondence with NEH, 1978-1980
169 4 Grant application
169 5 Information booklets on NEH Summer Seminars, 1979
169 6 Orientation Conference, 10 February 1979
169 7 Description of seminar
169 8 Correspondence, 1979-1980
169 9 Grant award notification
169 10 Summer Seminar stipend regulations
169 11 Requests for application
169 12 Tentative prospectus
169 13 Correspondence to alternates
169 14 Form rejection letters
169 15 Books needed
169 16 Selected bibliography
169 17 Notes on housing
169 18 Agenda
1979 Seminar: Participants
170 1 Roster
170 2 Photographs
170 3 Allen, Jeffrey B.
170 4 Brown, James
170 5 Conti, Gerald
170 6 Crouthamel, James
170 7 Dodd, Donald
170 8 Doran, William J.
170 9 Durham, Ken
170 10 Marks, Marsha
170 11 Parker, Russell
170 12 Quigley, Robert
170 13 Schaffer, Jane
170 14 Thompson, George
170 15 Report outline
170 16 Final report
1979 Seminar: Field trips
170 17 Chattanooga, Athens
170 18 Savannah
1979 Seminar: Teaching aids
170 19 Map: Atlanta, Chattanooga showing route to Chickamauga
170 20 Saltpeter poem
170 21 Civil War artillery, army ranks and organization, flags
170 22 Civil war song sheets
1979 Seminar: Collected source material
170 23 Photocopies and typescripts of manuscript items
170 24 Pertinent manuscript and other original sources in Atlanta
170 25 Publication: "Army Museum Letter", 1977-1979
170 26 Personal notes
1980 Seminar
170 27 Correspondence with NEH, 1980
170 28 Application material
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