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The Twelve portraits on the Through a Woman's Voice four CD set consist of narrations and original songs by Candace Corrigan based on women's diaries and stories collected in the oral tradition, from early settlement and the removal of the Cherokee, through the civil war, to civil rights, 1779-1959.

This package contains 4 CD's:
Radio portraits: The Revolution through the Civil War
Radio portraits: From Suffrage through Civil Rights
The ballads written & performed by Candace Corrigan from primary & secondary sources
Comprehensive curriculum guides by Dr. Carole Bucy

Disk 1 Radio portraits from The Revolution through the Civil War.
Includes songs, scholarly comment and radio drama.

Disk 2 Radio Portraits From Suffrage through Civil Rights
Includes songs, scholarly comment and radio drama.

Disk 3 Ballads written & performed by Candace Corrigan from diaries, speeches, and collected stories.

Disk 4 Comprehensive Curriculum guides for grades 4 and 8 by Dr. Carole Bucy
Included: Song lyrics , primary and secondary sources, credits, original art work.

From the Revolution through the Civil War
Anne Robertson Johnson Cockrill, 1757-1821 Frontier pioneer and teacher
Nanye'hi (Nancy Ward), 1738-1822 Cherokee Beloved Woman
Juliana Connor, 1811-1881 Wedding trip journal 1827
Rebecca Neugin, 1834-1932 Survivor of the Trail of Tears
Ella Sheppard Moore, 1851-1914 Fisk University Jubilee Singer
L.Virginia French, 1825-1881 Civil War Journal

From Suffrage through Civil Rights
Lizzie Crozier French, 1851-1926 Educator, lecturer and activist
Emma Bell Miles, 1879-1919 Writer and artist
Marion Griffin, 1879-1957 First woman lawyer in Tennessee
Dr. May Cravath Wharton, 1873-1959 Doctor Woman of the Cumberlands
Bessie Smith, 1898-1937 Blues and Jazz recording artist
Zilphia Horton, 1910-1956 Musician and civil rights worker

Candace's website

 

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