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AAHA!’s 2011 Conference a Great Success

On November 3-4, 2011 AAHA! hosted its first Regional African American History Conference in Knoxville at the East Tennessee History Center. The conference was well attended with almost 200 people attending during the two-day event. For a copy of the full conference schedule and to see the wide range of academic presentations, community panels, and artistic perfomances that were a part of this great event  click here.

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