Feud exhibit


The West Virginia Humanities Council traveling installation, The Hatfields & McCoys: American Blood Feud, is currently at the Hatfield-McCoy Convention and Visitors Bureau at 325 Stratton Street in Logan. The exhibit will be on display in the CVB lobby through July 24 before moving on to the Heritage Farm Museum and Village in Huntington.

Using text, photographs, maps, illustrations, and quotes, the exhibit of four free standing three-sided kiosks examines the history of the Tug Valley region, origins and events of the feud, as well as its historical and cultural significance including related scholarly books, plays, television shows, and products.

After viewing the installation, people have a chance to cast a vote on whether or not they believe the stereotyping of the region that came out of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud was justified or not.

The West Virginia Humanities Council traveling installation, The Hatfields & McCoys: American Blood Feud, is currently at the Hatfield-McCoy Convention and Visitors Bureau at 325 Stratton Street in Logan. The exhibit will be on display in the CVB lobby through July 24 before moving on to the Heritage Farm Museum and Village in Huntington.

Using text, photographs, maps, illustrations, and quotes, the exhibit of four free standing three-sided kiosks examines the history of the Tug Valley region, origins and events of the feud, as well as its historical and cultural significance including related scholarly books, plays, television shows, and products.

After viewing the installation, people have a chance to cast a vote on whether or not they believe the stereotyping of the region that came out of the Hatfield and McCoy Feud was justified or not.

 

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