The Growing Family of Greene's Women's Clubs: They Take the Time To Do Ten Thousand Tasks 1973

Dublin Core

Title

The Growing Family of Greene's Women's Clubs: They Take the Time To Do Ten Thousand Tasks 1973

Subject

African Americans--Women
Civic Groups--Negro Women's Civic Club
Newspapers--Greeneville Sun
Tennessee--Greeneville

Description

The first of two sections of a Greeneville Sun news article. The article discusses the different women's clubs of Greeneville and Greene County, dividing them into four categories of professional clubs, civic and service clubs, "sister" clubs to men's groups, and the Daughters of the Revolution. Mentions the Negro Women's Civic Club.

Creator

The Greeneville Sun

Source

Negro Women's Civic Club

Publisher

Black in Appalachia

Date

2018-02-17

Rights

This item can be used for private reflection and research, and not for commercial purposes.

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

1973-10-19; United States--Tennessee--Greeneville

Files

Citation

The Greeneville Sun, “The Growing Family of Greene's Women's Clubs: They Take the Time To Do Ten Thousand Tasks 1973,” Black in Appalachia: Community History Digital Archive, accessed December 3, 2021, https://blackinappalachia.omeka.net/items/show/78.