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Each week on the Junior Curators blog, we travel back in time to a different place in Tennessee history. Stories may be about a famous person, place or event from Tennessee’s past. They will include things like priceless artifacts, pictures, videos, and even some games. Be sure to better understand the story by answering the questions at the end of each post.
After learning the story, be sure to share what you've learned with your parents, family, or friends. Try making your own exhibit about it, shooting a movie, or writing a story about it. Let your creativity run wild!
by Grace Allen
Do you know what suffrage means? It means the right to vote. Right now, you might be hearing a lot about the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, but it wasn’t the only time people have challenged the law for the right to vote. Here is a scavenger hunt to test your knowledge on the history of voting rights in Tennessee!
Using the link below, click on any lock and answer the question. If you need a hint, click on the lightbulb. When you type the answer in, click on the key to see if it unlocked. The lock will turn green when you answer correctly. Continue to do this until all ten locks are open.
If you think you need a refresher course on Tennessee history you can always check out www.TN4Me.org.
Grace Allen is an Educator at the Tennessee State Museum.