Check out the latest post in Gordon Belt’s series on the memory of John Sevier, in which he examines the work of James R. Gilmore, the nineteenth-century writer who did for Sevier what Parson Weems did for George Washington.
Filed under Appalachian History, History and Memory, Tennessee history
Tagged as frontier, historical memory, James R. Gilmore, John Sevier, Revolutionary War, Tennessee history
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