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The Business of holidays by
Call Number: 394.26 B979L4 , 2004
Discusses the commerce side of holidays and their economic impact.
Choreographing history by
Call Number: e-book
Includes the chapter "Bodies of doctrine : headshots, Jane Austen, and the Black Indians of Mardi Gras" by Joseph Roach.
Mardi Gras in Mobile by
Call Number: 394.25 R645m 2015 Ala
Publication Date: Charleston, South Carolina : The History Press, 2015
Mardi Gras comes early this year. Learn about the history of this celebration in the city where it is purported to have all started.
Southern Heritage on Display by
Call Number: 975.043 S727R2 , 2003
Publication Date: 2003-01-22
"A provocative collection that draws on extensive ethnographic fieldwork to shed light on the role that public ceremonies play in affirming or debunking cultural identities associated with the South."
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from the LIFE Photo Archives