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Free Author Talk and Signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina with Marvin Lare

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Join us on August 24 at noon for this month's author talk and book signing: Champions of Civil and Human Rights in South Carolina, the first volume in a five-volume anthology. Lare introduces more than one hundred civil rights leaders from South Carolina to chronicle a massive revolution in American society.

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Former SCHA officers discuss Civil War, Reconstruction Era during next Speaker @ the Center Session

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Join us June 1 for our next author talk and book signing: South Carolina in the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras: Essays from the Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association by Michael Bonner and Fritz Hamer.

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Writer to Discuss Sherman, Civil War History During April 6 Speaker @ the Center

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Join us for this month's author talk and book signing: Eyewitnesses to General William T. Sherman's Atrocities in the Civil War by Patricia G. McNeely. McNeely will discuss newly-emerged documents that provide insights into Sherman's life, and convincingly end the 150-year-old controversy about who burned Columbia. Speaker @ the Center is FREE and open to the public.

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Speaker @ the Center to Feature Author Eric Morris

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Join us on Thursday, February 25, from noon to 1:00 p.m. for Speaker @ the Center, featuring author Eric Morris. Jacob Jump, the dark and meticulously crafted first novel from Eric Morris, follows a weeklong ill-fated boating trip down the Savannah River from Augusta, Georgia, to the lighthouse at Tybee Island.

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Free Author Talk and Book Signing

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FREE AUTHOR TALK AND BOOK SIGNING - Wednesday, January 20. Elizabeth Cassidy West and Katharine Thompson Allen, On the Horseshoe: A Guide to the Historic Campus of the University of South Carolina | USC Press. The comprehensive history of the original campus structures and the people who lived and worked there. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

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Speaker @ the Center to Feature Author Angela Williams

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Join us on Wednesday, December 9 from noon to 1:00 p.m. for Speaker @ the Center, featuring author Angela Williams. Hush Now, Baby (Texas Review Press) is the story of how a little white girl climbed out of an uneasy childhood in the segregated South…on the backbone of a black woman who loved her unabashedly. A host of African-American women permeated Southern families.

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Speaker @ the Center to Feature Author S. Jane Gari

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Join us on Wednesday, October 14 from noon to 1:00 p.m. for Speaker @ the Center, featuring author S. Jane Gari. Losing the Dollhouse (TouchPoint Press) offers a slice of dysfunctional Americana complete with divorce, step-families, eating disorders, mental illness, and the search for true love.

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