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March 11, 2011


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Sonia Outlaw-Clark

This exhibit is certainly getting lots of attention in West Tennessee. Billy King and Big Black Creek are doing a great job of preserving the history of Mercer, Denmark and surrounding areas. The Smithsonian should also be commended for allowing rural communities to host such a fantastic exhibit.

Billy King

Our face book page has now gotten over 20,000 views. As of March 13, we have registered over 1,000 people. We have booked in over 884 school children an groups still to come. Thanks, Smithsonian for letting us show this exhibit.

Peggy Stafford

We have BBCHA members greeting the bus load of students who are coming daily to visit the museum and see the history that the Smithsonian has put together in this great exhibit. We are all so grateful for this experience and THIS JOURNEY.

Jimmie Grasso

This exhibit has been such an inspiration to our community and we so appreciate the recognition provided by the Smithsonian. We are all wondering how in the world we will ever top this. The motto, "ask and ye will receive" has given us opportunities never imagined in Mercer and surrounding areas. Thanks to Big Black Creek Historical Assn.

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