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by R. W. Dunning
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Binding: Hardcover Author(s). Place of Publication. Local History, Names & Genealogy. Darwen County History.
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Local history is the study of history in a geographically local context and it often concentrates on the local community. It incorporates cultural and social aspects of history. Local history is not merely national history writ small but a study of past events in a given geographical but one that is based on a wide variety of documentary evidence and placed in a comparative context that is both regional and national.
This course is open to all and there are no entrance qualifications beyond a desire to learn and a willingness to talk.
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The Dunning School viewpoint favored the conservative elements (the Redeemers, rich landowners, businessmen, and Northern Democrats) and disparaged the Radical Republicans in the South (a coalition of blacks, Radical Republicans, Carpetbaggers and Scalawags) Historian Eric Foner, a leading specialist, said