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FROM REBEL LAND

Photos of the characters and places in R.L. Nave's story REBEL LAND: A Racial History of Oxford and Ole Miss.

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The Lyceum is the University of Mississippi’s main administrative building. Constructed in 1848, the building ...

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Arnold Pegues, who grew up in Oxford, was in 3rd grade when the town integrated ...

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After the Civil War, former slaves settled an area of Oxford known as Freedman Town ...

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Oxford’s historic square is the center of the town’s literary, social and cultural life. Upon ...

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Jack Mayfield, an Oxford historian, said the city fathers wanted to attract a great university ...

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Maralyn Bullion, the first woman elected Ole Miss student body president in 1943, grew up ...

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Kayla Anderson, who is biracial, moved from Twin Cities, Minn., to Oxford in 2007. “Back ...

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When a federal court ordered Oxford and other Southern districts to integrate its schools, Ken ...

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