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Products for grant SO-268701-20

State Humanities Program
Daryl Carter, Humanities Tennessee

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Kidsville Volunteers Explain What Voting Means to Them (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Kidsville Volunteers Explain What Voting Means to Them
Writer: Centennial Park Conservancy
Director: Centennial Park Conservancy
Producer: Centennial Park Conservancy
Abstract: Kidsville volunteers explore We Have a Vision: Nashville Women from the Centennial to Suffrage exhibit at the Parthenon, and create a suffrage symbol flower for a craft! Like the women of 1920, these Kidsville volunteers will be voting in their first election 100 years later in 2020. ⭐ Additional Resources:
Year: 2020
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Access Model: YouTube
Format: Web

Homecooked History: Episode 8 (Molasses Cookies) (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Homecooked History: Episode 8 (Molasses Cookies)
Writer: Heritage Alliance
Director: Heritage Alliance
Producer: Heritage Alliance
Abstract: Molasses disasters, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and North American rum... in this episode of Homecooked History, Megan attempts to recreate a classic molasses cookie recipe from 1920. And in the process she explores a few hundreds years of history, with twists, turns, and some delicious surprises along the way! See Less
Year: 2020
Primary URL:
Format: Web

Number 36 (Article)
Title: Number 36
Author: Paula F. Casey, co-founder of the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Heritage Trail
Abstract: One hundred years ago, Tennessee played a key role in enfranchising women.
Year: 2020
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Access Model: Open
Format: Magazine
Periodical Title: Memphis: The City Magazine
Publisher: Memphis: The City Magazine

Black & White: Knoxville in the Jim Crow Era (Exhibition)
Title: Black & White: Knoxville in the Jim Crow Era
Curator: East Tennessee Historical Society
Abstract: A new exhibition featuring the stories of African American artists Beauford Delaney, Joseph Delaney, and Ruth Cobb Brice. This exhibition, presented as a timeline, provides historical context to these questions beginning with Reconstruction and continuing through the height of segregation during the Jim Crow era. It complements the exhibition Beauford Delaney and James Baldwin: Through the Unusual Door on view February 7 to May 10, 2020, at the Knoxville Museum of Art.
Year: 2020
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