Browse Items (77 total)

  • Collection: Appalachian Regional Brochure Collection, 1900-1999, undated

This brochure advertizes "The Making of Race and Gender: Memphis, the Delta and the Mid-South," a fellowship that promotes scholarship about race and gender in the Mid-South. The fellowship is with the Center for Research on Women at the University…

This brochure, generated by Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association, discusses Elrod Falls and Melungeons from Hancock County, Tennessee.

This brochure includes a description of Cocke County, Tennessee's history and recreational activities. Located in eastern Tennessee, Cocke County has TVA Lakes, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cherokee National Forest, French Broad River, and…

This brochure includes a description of the Forbidden Caverns, near Sevierville, Tennessee, its operational hours, and a regional map.

This brochure includes a description of Meigs County, Tennessee, Cherokee Memorial Park, and museum. Included also are a list of special events and accommodations and a regional map.

This brochure advertizes Charles F. Price's 1999 novel Freedom's Price. Included is an essay by Price and discussion questions for Freedom's Altar.

This brochure includes a donation application, map and description of the Cherokee Memorial Park, a memorial to the Cherokee families who participated in the 1838 Trail of Tears. It is located in Meigs County, Tennessee. It also discusses plans for…

This two page brochure includes a brief overview of Waynesville, North Carolina and its surrounding areas.

This brochure includes a description, operation hours, and a regional map of the Bristol Caverns located in Bristol, Tennessee. The cavern is 200,000,000 years old and contains an underground river.

This brochure advertizes an Old Salem exhibit about Happy Hill, the slave quarters of Salem, North Carolina. In 1861, St. Philip's Moravian Church was built to serve the Moravians' slaves and is North Carolina's oldest standing African American…