2011-A7-CR, at Interpretive Forum I (Gender/Womens’ History): “Wedded To The Land, Nurturing Its People: Women At Clermont”

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2011-A7-CR, at Interpretive Forum I (Gender/Womens’ History): “Wedded To The Land, Nurturing Its People: Women At Clermont”

Lee explores the sources relating to black and white women at Clermont over a 180 period (1824-2004) and three themes that emerge: nurturing, place, and lineage; suggesting not only lines for further research but also elements of the mission of today’s Clermont:  nurturing the community, connecting people with the landscape, and engaging them in building a future conscious of the past.  43 pages

Deborah A. Lee; © The Clermont Foundation; IS available for download for personal or classroom use; credit to: Courtesy of The Clermont Foundation.