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A Woman's Hour in Knoxville

Southern storytellers are, I'm convinced, some of the best. This weekend I had the immense pleasure hearing preeminent historians speak about women's suffrage in Knoxville. Their presentations made me proud to be a Tennessean and a beneficiary of suffragists' hard work. They also confirmed the importance of storytelling, and that everyone living in the USA has something of value to add to the story of America.

Like I said they were great storytellers. If I didn't care about women's voting history before you bet I do now. So let's tell our stories and write new ones.

Plus, there were wonderful artifacts on display. Buttons, sashes, letters, Valentine's day cards, and newspapers were all there. I think I've got everything I need to start researching a progressive era love story.

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