“‘To Care for the Sick and Bury the Dead’: Murfreesboro’s African American Benevolent Groups” in the Latest Edition of the Tennessee Historical Quarterly

Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area Interpretive Specialist Leigh Ann Gardner has an article published in a recent edition of the Tennessee Historical Quarterly. “‘To Care for the Sick and Bury the Dead’: Murfreesboro’s African American Benevolent Groups” introduces the roles and importance of fraternal and benevolent groups within the post-bellum African American community. Specifically, Gardner highlights the work of three such groups in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

The Tennessee Historical Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal published four times a year by the Tennessee Historical Society. It was established in 1942 and covers a broad range of Tennessee history topics. The journal is distributed to members of the Tennessee Historical Society. For membership information, please visit their website www.tennesseehistory.org. Individual editions may also be purchased here.

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