Interpreting the African-American Experience
“The Last Campaign in Tennessee” was a 2014 signature event of the Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee. It was held in The Factory to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 1864 Battle of Franklin.
Historical interpreters Nicole Moore and Bill Radcliffe described what it would have been like to be a female slave and a member of the U.S. Colored Troops during the Civil War. They talked about some of the decisions each would have faced and what factors may have influenced them. They also discussed how they prepare to portray slaver and the research that goes into their roles.
“The Last Campaign in Tennessee” was a 2014 signature event of the Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee. It was held in The Factory to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 1864 Battle of Franklin. close
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Shanna Jackson Dean Columbia State Community College->Williamson County Campus
Nicole Moore Historical Interpreter
Bill Radcliffe Historical Interpreter
- Tennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial CommissionTennessee Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission
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