This collection explores African-American Tennesseans' search for citizenship, community, and opportunity between the end of the American Civil War and the end of World War II.
Gateways to other collections
About the Collections:
These digital collections document diverse elements of the history of Middle Tennessee State University, Rutherford County and the mid-state. They have been developed by the James E. Walker Library in collaboration with a variety of partners.
On-campus partners include the Albert Gore Research Center, the Center for Cedar Glade Studies , the Center for Historic Preservation, and the Public History program of the Department of History.
Off-campus partners include the Arts Center of Cannon County, Rutherford County Historical Society, Rutherford County Archive, Vanderbilt University and others, including private donors of key materials.
Ken Middleton, Professor and Digital Projects Librarian
A. Miller, Assistant Professor and Digital Scholarship Librarian
Other Digital Projects Team Members
Enerel Dambiinyam, Assistant Professor and Metadata Librarian
Larry Hansard, Assistant Professor and Integrated Systems Librarian
Amy York, Assoc. Professor and Web Services Librarian