Chautauqua Institution and Movement
In the late 1800s to early 1900s, there was a great interest in America in learning and improvement, particularly in the areas of music, literature, philosophy, art, religion, and theater. The Chautauqua Institution supported that trend and became a national movement.
Questions and Answers
Question: Are there still locations elsewhere in the country?
Answer: At least 18 Chautauqua locations still exist from Maine to Tennessee to Illinois to Colorado.
Visit the Chautauqua Institution’s website.
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