This Week In Southern History

From my old podcast 'Through The Screen Door', This Week In Southern History is a series that where I take a look at a particular time in history and sum it up with a short story. Inspired heavily by 'Thats The Way I Heard It' with Mike Rowe. I will be posting old episodes here as well as working on new ones:) If you have suggestions or something you'd like to hear, please email me ButterCreamCorey@gmail.com

This Week In Southern History: March 29, 1886 - The First Coca Cola is Brewed!Listen now (6 min) | Audio For Paid Subscribers
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This Week In Southern History we go all the way back to March 29, 1886, and here’s what the world looked like then!: The Hockey Association in England…
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This Week In Southern History, we go all the way back to March 18, 1934, and here’s what the world looked like then!: In Bienville Parish, Louisiana…
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This Week In Southern History - March 7, 1965: Bloody SundayListen now (7 min) | Audio For Paid Subscribers
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This Week In Southern History, we go all the way back to March 7, 1965, and here’s what the world looked like then!: After filling in for President…
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This week in Southern History, we go all the way back to February 18th, 1885, and here’s what the world looked like then!: Dr. William W. Grant makes…
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This Week In Southern History: Feb. 18, 1885 - Mark Twain Publishes Huckleberry FinnListen now (14 min) | Audio For Paid Subscribers:)
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