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Photos of the characters and places in R.L. Nave's story REBEL LAND: A Racial History of Oxford and Ole Miss.
The Lyceum is the University of Mississippi’s main administrative building. Constructed in 1848, the building ...
Arnold Pegues, who grew up in Oxford, was in 3rd grade when the town integrated ...
After the Civil War, former slaves settled an area of Oxford known as Freedman Town ...
Oxford’s historic square is the center of the town’s literary, social and cultural life. Upon ...
Jack Mayfield, an Oxford historian, said the city fathers wanted to attract a great university ...
Maralyn Bullion, the first woman elected Ole Miss student body president in 1943, grew up ...
Kayla Anderson, who is biracial, moved from Twin Cities, Minn., to Oxford in 2007. “Back ...
When a federal court ordered Oxford and other Southern districts to integrate its schools, Ken ...
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