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      An Online Edition

            edited and annotated, with an introduction by Dr. Luke A. Powers





(by subject)


MILES   This website contains a brief bibliography of works related to Miles in Biographical Index to Tennessee Women.  This website is hosted by the production company of Nashville-based singer-songwriter and performer Candace Anderson.  It includes her work Through a Woman's Voice, which features a song about Emma Bell Miles. 



EVOLUTIONARY THEORY   An online edition of Henri Bergson's Creative Evolution, translated by Arthur Mitchell,  New York: Henry Holt and Company (1911).   A BBC-hosted website devoted to the and work of Charles Darwin.  It includes numerous links, activities and exhibits  and also contains an extensive bibliography on Darwin and evolutionary theory.


NEWSPAPERS   The Tennessee Newspaper Project website is hosted by the University of Tennessee at Knoxville libraries. 


PROGRESSIVE ERA   An archive of texts and resources relating to the Progressive Era in the United States.   An  annotated webliography of online Progressive-Era resources.


SOUTHERN REGION Entitled Archives of Appalachia, this website provides a broad array of cultural and historical resources on Miles' region, including a good sample of materials on Appalachian women.   This website provides information on post-civil-war Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain history.


WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT   National Archives and Records Administration website entitled Woman Suffrage and the 19th Amendment: Primary Sources, Activities and Links to Related Web Sites for Educators and Students.   PBS-hosted website entitled The History of the Suffrage Movement by Marjorie Spruill Wheeler.   A Women's Suffrage Movement Webliography.


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