• Nashville Globe front page

    The front page of the Nashville Globe, an African American newspaper published in Nashville, Tennessee during the first half of the twentieth century.

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  • Maryville Republican newspaper

    The front page of the Maryville Republican, an African American newspaper published in Maryville, Tennessee during Reconstruction.

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  • East Tennessee News press room

    Photograph of employees of the East Tennessee News around the printing press.

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  • Chattanooga Advocate

    The Chattanooga Advocate, edited by D.P. Craig, Jr., is an example of the African American press and the racial pride African Americans exhibited. The motto of the paper was "Race Elevation."

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  • Henry Allen Boyd and family

    Calvert, Peter Ross, 1855-1931, Calvert, Ebenezer, 1850-1924

    Portrait of Henry Allen Boyd (seated on the left) and family members, Nashville, Tenn., 1899 Henry Allen Boyd (1876-1959) was a founder and editor of the Nashville Globe, the newspaper for Nashville's…

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