"... At 4 p.m. on Nov. 12, Gordon T. Belt, director of public services for the Tennessee State Library and Archives, will discuss his new book, “John Sevier: Tennessee’s First Hero,” in the Austin Peay State University Morgan University Center... free and open to the public..."
"... Curious about what her children were exposed to, she visited the textbook repository at the Middle Tennessee State University library and was appalled by the pornographic and pedophilia content found in some of the recommended texts for middle and high school students.."
Jack Wood, head librarian of the Tennessee Room at the Jackson-Madison County Library, challenged those in attendance to view Clark's grave site not as simply a place of burial, but as a chance for personal reflection.
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