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Anderson, Candace



Local folk singer Candace Anderson (born 1952) received support in 1984 from the Kalamazoo County Historical Society, the Michigan Council of the Humanities and the Outstate Equity Fund through the State of Michigan to write and perform songs on women in Michigan history. She held both public and school performances in 1985 around the State and produced an album distributed statewide.

Candace Anderson was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and rose to fame through the 1990s. She moved to Nashville, Tennesee where she became a popular country music singer and songwriter.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Candace Anderson Record

Identifier: RH-A-3945
Scope and Contents Candace Anderson and others found information about women in Michigan History through diaries, letters and other secondary sources. The women she included were Madame Magdelaine LaFramboise, Pamela Thomas, Sojourner Truth, Mary Wallace, Madelon Stockwell Turner, Jenny Justine Jokala, Viola Corrigan and Josephine Casey. The back cover lists the other artists that aided her in the production of this record. A1 Madame Madelaine La Framboise ...
Dates: 1985