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l events (in the areas of war,regional conflict, religion, or race relations) do you think most impact the collective culture and memory of the South?...
What three historical events (in the areas of war,regional conflict, religion, or race relations) do you think most impact the collective culture and memory of the South? Is the collective memory more impactful to people's daily lives than the actual history, or not? Explain your position in detail.
I would like to know more about these Three historical events that took place that impact the collective culture and memory is the Mexican War that took place between 1846 and 1848. A second event would be the Texas Revolution from 1835-1836. A third would be the Lost Cause Movement. I believe collective memory is more impactful of daily lives than actual history because it allows groups of people within a culture to share knowledge of what has been passed down. Groups will remember more than individuals. Collective memory may also help connect the dots with what has been written and conveyed as history and the historical memory/collective memory that has been shared within a group or culture. t