HTS Museum Exhibition: A Plantation and Its People

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The Diamond Hill Plantation, located in north Georgia just east of Dalton, was a melting pot of early American people in the nineteenth century.  The Cherokee plantation owners interacted daily with nearby European missionaries and over one hundred enslaved Africans, and this exhibit explores the intersection of these different cultural groups.

An exhibit designed and curated by the undergraduate students in History, Technology and Society: Introduction to Museum Studies


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    LaDonna Bowen
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    Fletcher Moore
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