Fall Break Legends of Chattanooga Camp

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    From Left, Jennifer Crutchfield, Camp Director for Fall Break Legends of Chattanooga Camp and John Edwards, III, Publisher, Chattanooga News Chronicle and local historian, are joined by 4th and 5th graders who attended the camp.

    Edwards kicked off the start of the Fall Break Legends of Chattanooga Camp by sharing information on the importance of Moccasin Bend to the community; the life and legacy of former slave Mary Walker who learned to read and write at age 117; and service to the community as a newspaper publisher.

    The Legends of Chattanooga Camp held during Fall Break was a joint effort of National Park Partners; Chattanooga Historical Society and Rise Chattanooga.