Told from the point of view of a stillhand who could have worked at the Jack Daniel distillery in Lynchburg, TN, near the turn of the last century, this interpretation details the pressures – social, political, personal – that Jack Daniel would have faced. It takes place in February 1909, shortly after Tennessee passed legislation which essentially prohibited the sale and manufacture of alcohol in the state, almost ten years before nationwide prohibition.
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Earlier Event: October 2Live Performance: Sybil Ludington - 1st Floor Brown-Forman Theatre
Later Event: October 2Gallery Talk: Madame Glover - 2nd Floor, Southern Exposition Gallery