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Remembering a decisive battle

Courtney Tollison graduated from Furman in 1999 and joined the history faculty in 2005.

September 26 marked the centennial commemoration of World War I’s Meuse-Argonne offensive, which was launched in northern France and involved more than a million American soldiers. NPR correspondent and Furman alum Eleanor Beardsley ’86 reported on the commemoration, which included an interview with Furman history professor Courtney Tollison ’99 about the African-American soldiers who served in the campaign. The NPR piece is available online.

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