A Mockingbird Sang at Chickamunga
This collection consists of the original draft of A Mockingbird Sang at Chickamunga. These revisions are undated, but many of them do appear in the final publication.
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0.1 Linear Feet (2 folders)
This collection contains an original undated draft of A Mockingbird Sang at Chickamunga.
Alfred Leland Crabb was born on January 22, 1884 in Plum Springs, Kentucky. Crabb attended Peabody College at Vanderbilt where he earned his B.S. (1916) and his Ph.D. degrees (1925). Crabb then earned his M.A. from Columbia University (1921). He first taught at Western Kentucky University but in 1927 he was invited back to be Professor of Education at Peabody College. He remained there until his retirement in 1949.
Among being a teacher, Crabb was also a successful writer. Crabb Civil War trilogy comprised of Lodging at the Saint Cloud, A Mockingbird Sang at Chickamunga, and Home to Tennessee. All three novel focuses on the Civil War period in Tennessee. Alfred Crabb died in Lexington, Kentucky on October 1, 1979.
This collection consists of two folders.
This collection was donated to Special Collections in April 1950.