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    Location Greenville South Carolina City Planning Date s 1990 Location Tag s Viola City Plan South Carolina Transition This is a word found in much of the literature both old and new surrounding the Viola Neighborhood in Greenville South Carolina But what kind of transition is this historic neighborhood headed for The City of Greenville s master plan reflects an interesting change headed for the surrounding area of Viola While

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    there has always been inequality even in small areas within Greenville The Economic and Social directory compiled by Guy A Gullick we see that Greenville County represented many different socio economic areas In one section entitled Facts About the Folks there is a clear picture painting City Planning Date s 1990 Location Greenville South Carolina Tag s Viola City Plan South Carolina Transition This is a word found in much

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    of 1 Sort By Relevance Chronology City Planning Date s 1990 Location Greenville South Carolina Tag s Viola City Plan South Carolina Transition This is a word found in much of the literature both old and new surrounding the Viola Neighborhood in Greenville South Carolina But what kind of transition is this historic neighborhood headed for The City of Greenville s master plan reflects an interesting change headed for the

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    all the counties there are two systems of schools one maintained for the whites the other for the Negroes It is clearly evident that the system for the whites is superior to the one for the Negroes and naturally so Although the whites deserve a better system at the same time the negroes should not be disregarded but should be give what is due them Gullick 65 This viewpoint represents why Greenville County specifically had so much trouble desegregating This struggle is explained by W E Solomon in a 1955 article Solomon explains that there had been no effort by public officials to desegregate schools despite the Supreme Court ruling in 1954 that public school segregation was unconstitutional In 1960 Bob Jones Sr delivered a sermon entitled Is Segregation Scriptural This sermon was centered on promoting the idea that advocating integration was challenging the natural order of God Though this seems preposterous now that Greenville County has integrated why is the Viola neighborhood still socio economically segregated Today there is still a socio economic disparity When looking at the site Zillow almost all of the houses that come up are foreclosures Additionally zoning of schools for these homes represents a

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    Chemical contamination The sixties marked a time of extraordinary social change and counter cultural struggle in America and environmental issues surrounding dangerous chemicals had come to the forefront In 1962 Rachel Carson an award winning author environmentalist and scientist published Silent Spring a popular science book warning the public about the dangers of widespread use of pesticides Its publication They Paved Paradise and Put Up A Freeway Demolishing Detroit s Hastings Street Date s 1945 Location Wayne Michigan Tag s Blackbottom Detroit freeways Hastings Street Detroit Transportation In 1945 a seven man committee appointed by Mayor Edward J Jeffries prepared a master plan for the City of Detroit s transportation systems in order to keep up with modern city plans of the day like Chicago and London The document entitled Detroit Expressway and Transit System and prepared for the Detroit Transportation Board was supported by both Cincinnati and Chicago consultants as well Still Segregated Date s 1945 to 1970 Location Greenville South Carolina Tag s Segregation Viola South Carolina Schools Through looking at the June 1921 Greenville County Economic and Social Directory it becomes clear that there has always been inequality even in small areas within Greenville The Economic and Social directory compiled by Guy A Gullick we see that Greenville County represented many different socio economic areas In one section entitled Facts About the Folks there is a clear picture painting Kappa Epsilon Nu Sorority ScrapbookAugustana College 1945 1949 Date s 1945 to 1949 Location Rock Island Illinois Tag s KENs Scrapbooks Sororities Kappa Epsilon Nu Augustana College To our dearest Gene The KEN pin up boy We would be delighted with the honor of your presence at the Augustana North Central basketball game Saturday evening We kill call for you at the Seminary about a quarter to 8

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    of 1 Sort By Relevance Chronology Still Segregated Date s 1945 to 1970 Location Greenville South Carolina Tag s Segregation Viola South Carolina Schools Through looking at the June 1921 Greenville County Economic and Social Directory it becomes clear that there has always been inequality even in small areas within Greenville The Economic and Social directory compiled by Guy A Gullick we see that Greenville County represented many different socio

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    one campus This separation also meant that there were two different yearbooks Furman s Bonhomie of 1926 and the College s Entre Nous While these almanacs followed the same outline there were some important differences that shine a light on the gender relations of the time Both yearbooks began with a set of photos of campus and a list of professors All the teachers at Furman were male the only female staff member was librarian Mrs Eva Wrigley The next section gave an impression of the student body The descriptions were set around a theme and featured a photo of the student and a short description The next chapters focused on organizations and athletics Both male and female students played various sports such as baseball and tennis Furman even had an official male cheerleading team More for women than for men clubs seemed to play an important role in their lives At the College there were more than a dozen imaginatively named student groups such as The Two Lips and The Beelzububians of Red Devil s Alley For the men Bonhomie included a section called to the ladies which consisted of photographs of female presidents of the College s clubs Entre Nous did not have such a section devoted to men Moreover the female yearbook included a poem called The Perfect Girl which outlined how women should present themselves Advertisements underlined the presumed differences between men and women ads in Bonhomie were mostly of related to business while ads in Entre Nous promised mainly discipline social and spiritual advantages These sections are a result of the time period social relations were rigorously gendered and there were implicit codes of conduct to which the students had to adhere Even though the University would become a coeducational institution around thirty years later

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    for tomorrow s big parachute jump over Jacksonville she wanted to get used to not having it on Willie had seen these maneuvers before Bessie loved to push the envelope and keep everyone on the edge of their seats and that included her manager Willie Bessie didn t know if she quite trusted this new plane yet She Scopes Monkey Trial Date s May 7 1925 to July 21 1925 Location Rhea Tennessee Tag s Scopes Monkey Trial Scopes Trial On January 28 th 1925 the Tennessee Legislature passed the Butler Act prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools Shortly after the legalization of the act on May 7 th 1925 John Thomas Scopes a science teacher at Dayton High School willingly challenged the stance of such a regulation Consequently the Tennessee police arrested Scopes and charged him with the Gold Rush in Manhattan Nevada Date s January 10 1906 to 1919 Location Esmeralda Nevada Tag s nevada gold rush A gold strike in the small mountain valley town of Manhattan Nevada lead to a population increase of four thousand people within one week and one man was killed in the rush for gold He was driving an overcrowded stage when it tipped over and killed him slightly wounding other passengers An article in the January 10 1906 Los Angeles Herald did not name the man who passed away Manhattan s Nature as the Antithesis to College Life Date s January 1 1919 to December 31 1923 Location Greenville Womans College Tag s Student Life Scrapbook Greenville SC Greenville Womans College Student Nature Mary Margaret Walker a Greenville Woman s College student in South Carolina collected many documents during her college years and collected them in her scrapbook Her memory book not only included ticket stubs but also contains

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