Film, Video Great Reads from Great Places: History
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- Great Reads from Great Places: History
- Great Reads from Great Places: History features Rebekah Manley, coordinator for the Texas Center for the Book at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, in conversation with Brian K. Mitchell, co-author of "Monumental: Oscar Dunn and His Radical Fight in Reconstruction Louisiana" (chosen by the Louisiana Center for the Book); Sharon Cameron, author of "The Light in Hidden Places" (chosen by the Tennessee Center for the Book); Tim Johnson, editor of "Marfa for the Perplexed" by Lonn Taylor (chosen by the Texas Center for the Book); Lauren Tarshis, author of "I Survived the Children's Blizzard, 1888" (chosen by the South Dakota Center for the Book); and Preston Love Jr., co-author of "Your Bridge to History" (chosen by the Nebraska Center for the Book).
- September 17, 2021
- 57 minutes 20 seconds
- online text
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