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Speeches by David L. Smiley

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creator
Smiley, David L., 1921-2004
date
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2019-09-29T14:10:09Z
2019-09-29T14:10:09Z
2019-09-29 (issued)
description
25 speeches by history professor David L. Smiley. Titles include: "Alumni," regarding changes to campus; "The American Civil War of 1794," regarding American Civil War and Whiskey Rebels; "The Crisis of National Purpose: Lexington," regarding the purpose and goals of America; "Every year in the spring," regarding Passover; "Iron and Tragedy in Southern History," regarding war in Southern history; "It's a long, long way to Passchendaele," regarding World War I; "The Man Who Wrote the Scarlet Letter," regarding Nathaniel Hawthorne; "Moving a College," regarding the College's move from Wake Forest to Winston-Salem; "My dearly beloved...," regarding the future of Wake Forest Humanities Club; "My dearly beloved...," regarding the Reconstruction Amendment; "My dearly beloved...," regarding Wake Forest and the university seal; "My dearly beloved...," regarding Wake Forest study abroad programs; "On July 13, 1584...," regarding North Carolina history; "Papillon. By Henri Charriere," regarding the autobiography; "Priscilla, Poky, Anne, Eliza, and You: the Four Traditions of Women in America," regarding gender roles via Priscilla Alden, Pocahontas, Anne Hutchinson, and Eliza Lucas; "Roses in Winter, 1060 Polo Road, Winston-Salem 27106," regarding the Civil War; "Roses in Winter," regarding the Civil War; "Stroupe," regarding College Dean Emeritus Henry Stroupe; "Ten Minutes That Shook the World," regarding Battle of the Plains of Abraham; "That Is a Full Plate of Motive and Speculation," regarding John F. Kennedy's assassination and related reading; "Two December Disasters," regarding World War II; "Trustees - Alumni College," regarding College history; "Unity and Diversity in the South of 1820," regarding slavery; "The Warfare of Man against Nature. The Path between the Seas," regarding Panama and the Panama Canal; "What's in a name?" regarding naming of Winston-Salem; "Women and Religious Activities," regarding women in Christianity.
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54 pages
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http://hdl.handle.net/10339/95379
language
English
relation
Special Collections & Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
David L. Smiley Papers (MS572)
Speeches and lectures
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http://hdl.handle.net/10339/32731
subject
13 Bible classes by history professor David L. Smiley: "Begin," "Hostility," "Power," "Passion begins," "Service," "Confrontation," "New Passover,"
History--Study and teaching--North Carolina
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Speeches by David L. Smiley
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