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Bertram Wyatt-Brown (born Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 19, 1932; died in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 5, 2012) was a noted historian of the South in the United States. He was the Richard J. Milbauer Professor Emeritus at the University of Florida, where he taught from 1983-2004; he also taught at Case Western University for nearly two decades. He studied the role of honor in southern society, in all classes, and wrote a family study of the Percy Family, including its twentieth-century authors William Alexander Percy and Walker Percy.

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