Negro Groups Work Towards a Better Greeneville

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Title

Negro Groups Work Towards a Better Greeneville

Subject

African Americans--Appalachian Region
Civic Groups--Negro Women's Civic Club
Churches--History
Newspapers--Greeneville Sun
Schools--George Clem School
Tennessee--Greeneville

Description

A Greeneville Sun article by Georgie Mae Farnsworth. Provides histories of various African American churches, the George Clem School, and the Negro Women's Civic Club.

Creator

The Greeneville Sun

Source

T. Elmer Cox Genealogical and Historical Library

Publisher

Black in Appalachia

Date

2018-12

Rights

This item was sourced from the T. Elmer Cox History and Genealogy Library in Greeneville, Tennessee. This item can be used for private reflection and research, and not for commercial purposes. Any additional questions about usage should be directed to the T. Elmer Cox History and Genealogy Library, www.telmercoxlibrary.org.

Questions about the use of this Greeneville Sun article should be directed to Brian Cutshall at The Greeneville Sun: brian.cutshall@greenevillesun.com, 423-359-3109.

Coverage

1959; United States--Tennessee--Greeneville

Files

Citation

The Greeneville Sun, “Negro Groups Work Towards a Better Greeneville,” Black in Appalachia: Community History Digital Archive, accessed January 24, 2022, https://blackinappalachia.omeka.net/items/show/118.