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|Creator:||Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.)|
|Title:||Highlander Folk School, circa 1940|
Pamphlet of the history of the Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee. The pamphlet tells of Highlander's origins, history, programs, administration, and support. In 1932, Myles Horton, a native Tennessean educated at Cumberland University and the University of Chicago, returned to Tennessee to help provide Southern workers with an opportunity for an education fitted to their practical needs. The Highlander Folk School was founded "to provide an educational center in the South for the training of rural and industrial leaders, and for the conservation and enrichment of the indigenous cultural values of the mountain."
|Subjects:||Horton, Myles, 1905- | Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.)--History | Adult education--Tennessee--History | Working class--Education--Tennessee--History | Dissenters | Freedom of speech--Tennessee | Liberty | Activists--American--Tennessee--Monteagle | Civil rights movements--Tennessee | Civil rights workers--Tennessee | Nonviolence--Study and teaching--Tennessee--Monteagle | Monteagle (Tenn.)--History--Sources | Monteagle (Tenn.)--Social conditions | Southern States--Race relations--History--20th century--Sources | Nashville (Tenn.) | Davidson County (Tenn.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Nashville Public Library||Contributors:||Public Library of Nashville and Davidson County. Special Collections Division | Civil Rights Online Collection (Public Library of Nashville and Davidson County. Special Collections Division)||Online Publisher:||Nashville, Tenn. : Special Collections Division of the Nashville Public Library | 2006||Original Material:|
1 pamphlet : col.; 5.5 in x 8.5 in.
Civil Rights Ephemera Collection, Special Collections Division, Nashville Public Library.
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Forms part of online collection: Civil Rights Online Collection.
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