Linda Moss Mines

Linda Moss Mines

Retired Teacher, Historian, Community Volunteer

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Workshop: Citizenship in the Digital Age

About this Speaker

Dr. Mines serves as the County Historian for Hamilton County, TN. She is a well-known community volunteer with Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee Woman 100 Committee, Chattanooga’s Yellow Rose Commemoration Committee, Tennessee Historical Commission, Tennessee Cemetery Committee, Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center, NSDAR, Chattanooga Area Veterans Council, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Commemoration of Vietnam Conflict, National Park Service and Erlanger Health System, Linda Moss Mines taught private-school and college history for forty-five years, retiring as History Department Chairman at Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She completed post-doctoral studies at Stanford University School of Law and the U.S. Supreme Court Institute. Linda directed Partnerships in the Community student programs for Habitat for Humanity, Junior American Citizens, Veterans Affairs, Supreme Court and Legal Education. Publications include: Times Free Press, Mountain Mirror, The Making of a Hero: Six Stories about the Medal of Honor. Appearances include: Importance of Civic Engagement and Historical Precedents events, American History and JROTC Leadership classes, ‘Historic Footprints’ podcast.

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