Judy and Bob Huddleston
10643 Sperry Street
Northglenn, CO 80234-3612
From: "Antoinette Van Zelm" <avanzelm@...
A symposium entitled "The Legacy of Stones River: Slavery and the Civil War
in Tennessee" will be held in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on Saturday, March 6,
2004. The symposium will combine scholarly perspectives and public
programming. In the morning, on the campus of Middle Tennessee State
University, four speakers will discuss the relationship between slavery and
the war. The presenters include Charles B. Dew of Williams College, Gary T.
Edwards of the University of Memphis, Robert H. Gudmestad of Southwest
Baptist University, and Linda T. Wynn of the Tennessee Historical Commission
and Fisk University. In the afternoon, tours and presentations will take
place at Fortress Rosecrans and Stones River National Battlefield. More
details and a registration form are available at
The symposium is sponsored by the National Park Service, Eastern National,
the Tennnesee Civil War National Heritage Area, the Center for Historic
Preservation at MTSU, the Department of History at MTSU, and Teaching
American History: Cumberland River Valley Consortium Project.
Antoinette G. van Zelm
Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area Center for Historic Preservation
Middle Tennessee State University Box 80 Murfreesboro, TN 37132