- Volunteer Voices
- Tennessee's Shame! Convicts in the Coal Creek Mines
- Contributor to Resource:
- Houk, L. C. (Leonidas Campbell), 1836-1891 (Attributed name)
Winstead, George M. (Attributed name)
- Date of Original:
- Advertising, Political--United States
Coal mines and mining--Tennessee
Politics and Government
- Houk, L. C (Leonidas Campbell), 1836-1891
Turney, Peter, 1827-1903
Winstead, George M.
- United States, Tennessee, Anderson County, 36.11844, -84.19846
- printed ephemera
- This is an advertisement for the Tennessee state races for governor and the U.S. Congress in favor of George M. Winstead and L.C. Houk who are running against George M. Winstead and Mr. Welcker. All four gubernatorial candidates of 1892, Turney, Buchannan, Winstead and East, pledged to end the leasing of convicts to industries which began in Tennessee in July of 1866. Coal-mining begin in Tennessee in the 1840s and continues today.
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- Contributing Institution:
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Special Collections