Dr. Taylor's Catch-All Page
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Greetings and welcome to Dr. Taylor's Catch-all page.
The purpose of this page is to showcase a number of my personal interests.
Like many people today, I have more than one interest,
more than one field of endeavor, more than one career.
Consider the following subject areas:
Stay tuned--more renovations will be coming very soon!
The South--with all its beauty and all its flaws.
H-South links page. Sources for the academic study of southern history and culture.
American Civil War Archives. A huge collection of links to Civil War resources on the Web. Some political, some academic, some commercial, all interesting.
Historic New Orleans. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
Sarah Bryan's Directory of Southern Culture. An extensive state-by-state and subject-by-subject guide to southern culture websites. Especially good links to southern music sites!
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. The life of "Linda Brent," a.k.a. Harriet Jacobs.
Southern Industrialization Project Information Academic conferences and other information for those interested in studying the rich and varied history of southern industrialization.
Boyd Lewis and the Modern South. One journalist's view of the ironies of the industrial South, with photos.
U.S. Political History and Culture
CIA for Kids. Now there's a scary idea.
National Park Service History Site.
Our nation's capitol, interpreted in hypertext.
U.S. Popular Culture
Virginia Crossroads Project. Hypertext presentations of American literary classics.
- The History of Popular Revolts
What's going on in Indonesia? Find out here with links to Indonesian media.
Automobiles--new and old, from around the world
- Good music from all times and places--coming soon
Good books, and other ways to stimulate the brain
The Shannon Book Prize for scholarly page-turners. Want to read books that are both well-researched and well-written?
The MTSU Academic Quiz Bowl Project. For students who love to show off how much they know.
Where the Locals Eat My favorite restaurant guide, selectively covering over 1000 cities in the U.S., with good info from local sources about where to get good barbecue in Birmingham, good Chinese food in Indianapolis (no, really!), or whatever you desire. Also check out
Zagat--my other favorite restaurant guide--more information about fewer places. Sometime in May I will begin posting my recipe of the week. Never trust a skinny food critic!
Links to other sites on the Web
Middle Tennessee State University Home Page
Insect Alert--Please Read!
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