Monthly Archives: June 2011

Downtown Nashville

Today our adventures with Professor Pope took us to Downtown Nashville.  We saw the First Presbyterian Church, 4th Avenue, where prostitutes were once legal, Printer’s Alley, and the Belmont Mansion.  We were guided through each place listening to story after … Continue reading

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A Walk Through History

How is it going blog readers? Welcome to another episode of historic tales from the history students of Cumberland University. We left you with our trip of the Wild West or better known as New Mexico. The 2011 New Mexico … Continue reading

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Expedition Epilogue

It has been over a week since our return from New Mexico, and I am sure everyone has melted seamlessly into their non-field trip lives. I hope you enjoyed following our adventures through the posts of Taylor, Erin and Emme. … Continue reading

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