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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Williamson County Historical Society Journal


Janet and I are pleased to announce our latest article, "19th Century Williamson County Samplers: Emerging Research." The article presents 19 Middle Tennessee samplers in full color. The cost is $25 which includes postage. To order, contact historian Rick Warwick. Make checks payable to "Williamson County Historical Society."

Rick Warwick
Williamson County Historical Society
PO Box 71
Franklin, TN 37065
(615) 591-8500 ext. 14
rwarwick@historicfranklin.com

Core, Jennifer C. and Janet S. Hasson. “19th Century Williamson County Samplers: Emerging Research.” Williamson County Historical Society Journal 43 (2012): 9-18. Descriptions of 19 Middle Tennessee samplers and biographies of the makers. 39 images.

5 comments:

Katherine said...

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