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The Jonesborough Genealogical Society received two awards of distinction, one for the Jonesborough Heritage Fair and the other for its bus tours of Washington County. The society also received a history in the media award for the newspaper column “Digging for Your Roots.”

Yvonne White & WBIR Television were awarded the History in Media Award for their coverage of the Scarboro 85, and desegregation in Oak Ridge, TN. WBIR is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Ray and Keith McDaniel received a History in the Media Award “for the videocast Hidden History: Stories from the Secret City, a creative approach that has contributed significantly to the understanding and interpretation of Oak Ridge’s history.” That is what was included in the program, and Ray and Keith’s certificates read as follows: “This creative approach to the unique challenges of today is representative of collaboration, tenacity, and a passion for local history. The videocast has contributed significantly to the understanding and interpretation of Oak Ridge history and is an example of excellent community engagement and outreach.”

The Heritage Alliance of Northeast TN & Southwest VA received the History in the Media Award for their performance of Nancy’s Story, in Jonesborough, Tennessee. 

The Dickson-Williams Mansion was awarded the History in the Media Award for their Dickson-Williams Mansion website in Greene County, Tennessee.

Steven S. Sherlin, McMinn Countyfor his Athens Treasures Live YouTube channel episodes and documentaries on McMinn County history.

Morgan County Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc., Morgan Countyfor the three-part Morgan County video series: Who We AreWhere We Gather; and Where We Work.

Dr. Jessica Mills McClure, Hamblen Countyfor the completion and release of the documentary Shared Sacrifices: The Unsung Liberators of France, an unfinished project of her late husband, historian and prior ETHS Award winner Dr. Marc McClure.

The Dickson-Williams Mansion was awarded the History in the Media Award for their Dickson-Williams Mansion website in Greene County, Tennessee.