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Article:Alex Haley
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Late in his life, Haley had acquired a small farm in [[Norris, Tennessee]], adjacent to the [[Museum of Appalachia]], with the intent of making it his home. After his death, the property was sold to the [[Children's Defense Fund]] (CDF), which calls it the "Alex Haley Farm" and uses it as a national training center and retreat site. An abandoned [[barn]] on the farm property was rebuilt as a traditional [[cantilever]]ed barn, using a design by [[architect]] [[Maya Lin]]. The building now serves as a library for the CDF.<ref>"[http://www.museumofappalachia.com/Newsletter%20June%202006.pdf Museum staff members visit Alex Haley Farm]", ''Museum of Appalachia Newsletter'', June 2006.</ref>
 
Late in his life, Haley had acquired a small farm in [[Norris, Tennessee]], adjacent to the [[Museum of Appalachia]], with the intent of making it his home. After his death, the property was sold to the [[Children's Defense Fund]] (CDF), which calls it the "Alex Haley Farm" and uses it as a national training center and retreat site. An abandoned [[barn]] on the farm property was rebuilt as a traditional [[cantilever]]ed barn, using a design by [[architect]] [[Maya Lin]]. The building now serves as a library for the CDF.<ref>"[http://www.museumofappalachia.com/Newsletter%20June%202006.pdf Museum staff members visit Alex Haley Farm]", ''Museum of Appalachia Newsletter'', June 2006.</ref>
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==Awards and recognition==
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