Greeneville Greene County History Museum

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Title

Greeneville Greene County History Museum

Subject

Tennessee; African American women; African Americans--Appalachian Region; African American men; African Americans--Southern States; African American heritage; African American churches; African American religious leaders; African American religious thought and life; African American youth; African American students; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Education--Southern States; African American families; African American veterans

Description

Photographs, documents, and artifacts from the Greeneville Greene County History Museum

Publisher

Black in Appalachia

Date

December 2018; November 2019

Contributor

Greeneville Greene County History Museum

Rights

This item was sourced from the Greeneville Greene County History Museum in Greeneville, Tennessee, greenevillegreenecountyhistorymuseum.com. This item can be used for private reflection and research, and not for commercial purposes. Any additional questions about usage should be directed to Betty L. Fletcher, Director or Angela Campbell, Board Member. Museum phone: 423-636-1558.

The items in the Greeneville Greene County History Museum Collection represent only a portion of the museum’s resources concerning African American history. To learn more, please visit the museum.

Coverage

United States--Tennessee--Greeneville

Collection Items

Cordelia Josephine Manuel
A photo and description about Cordelia Josephine Manuel, who acted as principal of a one-room schoolhouse in Chuckey in the 1940s. The description also details the layout of the schoolhouse. Part of a work exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

The Junior Spear 1928
A copy of the first volume of the Junior Spear of the Greeneville College. Includes an article on the founding of Greeneville College, school news, national news, and a listing of local businesses. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County…

George Clem School Song 1940
The words to the George Clem High School song, accompanied by a label giving background on the song. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

George Clem School Carnival Queen
Two photographs with accompanying short descriptions about two young women crowned "CarnivalQueen" at the George Clem school. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

George Clem: Professor, Intellectual
An article about George Clem, his life and accomplishments. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

The Tattler 1936
Volume one of "The Tattler" of Greeneville College High School. Includes school news, a literary page, and advertisements for local businesses. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

Greeneville College Class of 1930
A photograph of the Greeneville College class of 1930, with an accompanying label identifying the students in the photograph. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

Pearl Maneul
A photograph and accompanying label about Pearl Manuel, who taught in a one room school at Caney Branch from 1907-1908. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.

Principles of Greeneville College: George Clem School 1916-1962
Photographs of the eight principals of the George Clem School from 1916-1962: J. W. Young, George W. Clem, Willie F. Taylor, Otis Peeler, Dorothy L. Clem, E. T. Pugh, W. S. Jackson, John J. Jones. Details the terms of their positions. Part of an…

That They Might Become Successful
An description of the accomplishments of George Clem. Part of an education exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.
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