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1. Herbert Hoover’s Vision for America

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Book Chapter: Herbert Hoover, “American Individualism,” American Individualism (Chapter 1) » Read

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Article: Ellis Hawley, “Hoover, the Commerce Secretariat, and the Vision of an ‘Associative State,’ 1921-1928,” The Journal of American History » Read

2. Harlem Renaissance

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Poem: Langston Hughes, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”  » Read
Poem: Claude McKay, “If We Must Die” (1917) » Read
Poem: Countee Cullen, “The Black Christ” (1929) » Read (requires password)

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Book Chapter: George Hutchinson, “Staging a Renaissance,” Harlem Renaissance in Black and White (Chapter 13)
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3. The Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s

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Article: Hiram Wesley Evans, “The Klan’s Fight for Americanism,”  » Read (requires password)

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Book Chapter: Kathleen M. Blee, “The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana,” Social Fabric: American Life from the Civil War to the Present » Read (requires password)

4. The 1920s Ku Klux Klan at the University of Oklahoma

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Letter: Edwin DeBarr, “Reminiscence, March 1935,” Lida White Collection, Box 9, Folder 2, Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)

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Article: David W. Levy, “The Rise and Fall and Rise and Fall of Edwin ‘Daddy’ DeBarr,” The Chronicles of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)

5. The Oklahoma Legislature’s Battle with the Ku Klux Klan

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Memo: “Memo from Mrs. James A. Wilson, Realm Commander, to All Grand Officers, Regents, Excellent Commanders and Klanswomen, regarding chartering of Klanhaven,” Ku Klux Klan Women’s Organization Collection, Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)

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Article: Sheldon Neuringer, “Governor Walton’s War on the Ku Klux Klan: An Episode in Oklahoma History 1923 to 1924” The Chronicles of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)