The Generation Ring

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Title

The Generation Ring

Description

Denisha Brethorst, born Denisha Kehrer, upon her divorce melted down her wedding ring, a pair of emerald earrings that she received from her grandmother for her eighth-grade graduation, and her mother's class ring. Her mother was Diana Henry of Farmersville, Illinois. Her grandmother was Jessie Elliott of Centralia, Illinois.This ring was a symbol of her as an individual who focused on family, her own individual education, and her new identity as a single mother. The gemstones on the top of the ring come from the wedding ring, the emeralds on the side come from the earrings, and the gold comes from the earrings, the class ring, and wedding ring.

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Creator

Denisha Brethorst

Publisher

Katie Brethorst

Date

2004

Contributor

Denisha Brethorst

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Citation

Denisha Brethorst, “The Generation Ring,” UIS History Harvest, accessed December 1, 2021, https://uishistharv1.uis.edu/items/show/466.