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The Buffalo Soldiers in WWI and The Houston Mutiny Of 1917

HCC history professor Angela Holder, Captain Paul Mathews and Major Charles Williams present and display artifacts from the annual Camp Logan exhibit at the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum. They…

From  angela.holder@hccs.edu on 10/14/2014 0 likes 0  

HIST1301 Chapter Fifteen Part One: The Civil War

(use w/PowerPoint notes) part one of our discussion of the Civil War, including how purpose dictates strategy and an analysis of emancipation. We go through the end of 1862.

From  David White on 11/25/2013 0 likes 0  

HISTT1301 Chapter Eight Part One: From Confederation to Constitution

(to be used with the PowerPoints) We examine the aftermath of the Revolution and discuss the failures of the Articles of Confederation

From  David White on 10/23/2013 0 likes 0  

HIST1301 Chapter Seven Part Two: The Revolution

(to be used with the PowerPoints) Our discussion of the end of the Revolution and its consequences

From  David White on 10/23/2013 0 likes 0  

HIST1302 Chapter Twenty-Two Part one :The Great War

Our discussion of American foreign policy in the Progressive Era, leading us to World War I (to be used in conjunction with the PowerPoints)

From  David White on 10/3/2013 0 likes 0  

Amber Dermont

Amber Dermont, author of Damage Control and the Starboard Sea. A short-story writer who received a fellowship from the National Education Association (N.E.A.), also has appeared in several books. She…

From  Ruben Duran on 04/19/2013 0 likes 0  

Luzine B. Bickham, a Tuskegee Airman

Luzine Benjamin Bickham, Sr., a member of the elite Tuskegee Airmen and recipient of the United States Congressional Gold Medal of Honor describes his journey from Tuskegee Institute during World War…

From  Ruben Duran on 03/7/2012 1 likes 0