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Tennessee Vertical File

  • Ace (Community Dog)
  • Advertisements
  • All Saints’ Day School
  • Almanacs
  • Alvin C. York Agricultural Institute
  • American Association of University Women
  • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1776-1976 – Tennessee – Newspapers
  • Appalachian Bibliographies
  • Appalachian Electric Cooperative
  • Appalachian Region
    • “Insight”
    • “Wild Mountain Times”
  • Archeology
  • Arrow Hill (also called Watkins-Witt House)
  • Asbury, Bishop Francis
  • Association for Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (A.P.T.A.)
  • Authors, Appalachian
  • Authors, Tennessee
  • Baker, Howard H., Sr.
  • Baneberry
  • Banks
  • Battle of Dandridge
  • Bean, William
  • Bean Station (Grainger Co.) TN
  • Beekeeping
  • Bell Witch of Tennessee
  • Bicentennial Celebration – Jefferson County, TN
  • Blacks – Jefferson County, TN
  • Blanton, Ray
  • Blount, William
  • Blount County, Tennessee
  • Blount Mansion
  • Bookmobiles
  • Boone, Daniel
  • Boy Scout Troop #76
  • Brewer. Carson
  • Bridge Burners – Greene County, TN
  • Bridges – TN
  • Bulls Gap, TN
  • Bulls Gap School
  • Burnett, Frances Hodgson
  • Bush Brothers Canning Company
  • Business – Jefferson County, TN
  • Butcher, Jake
  • Butler, TN
  • Cades Cove
  • Carson-Newman University
  • Carter County, TN
  • Caves
  • Cavett, Alexander
  • Cemeteries
    • Burial Mounds
    • Hamblen County (Bent Creek Baptist Church)
    • Hamblen County (McFarland Cemetary)
    • Jefferson City (Branner)
    • Jefferson City (Old First Baptist Church)
    • Jefferson City (Westview)
    • Jefferson County
    • Sevier County
    • Tennessee Valley Authority – Relocation (Cherokee and Douglas Reservoirs)
  • Cherokee Book Club
  • Chestnut Grove
  • Chestnut Hill
  • Chucky Jack – Drama
  • Churches
    • Blount County
    • Saint Patrick Church (Morristown)
  • Christy – Television Program
  • Civil War – Jefferson County
  • Civil War, Mossy Creek
  • Civil War – TN
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC Camps)
  • Civitan Club
  • Claiborne, Charles Cole
  • Claiborne Co, TN
  • Clearfork Valley – Tennessee and Kentucky
  • Coal Mining - Tennessee
  • Confederate Veterans
  • Cosby, TN
    • Schools
  • Costa, Mary
  • Cove Lake
  • Crockett, David
  • Cullum, John
  • Cumberland Gap
  • Dams, Tennessee
  • Dandridge (see also Battle of Dandridge)
  • Dandridge Elementary School
  • Del Rio
  • Desert Storm
  • Diana, Princess of Wales
  • Dulcimer
  • Dumplin Creek
  • Dyer, Bill
  • East Tennessee Historical Society
  • Ebenezer Community
  • Education – TN
  • Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain
  • Epitaphs
  • Farms – Jefferson County, TN
  • Fields, Julia (Judy) Newman
  • Ferries
  • Flat Gap Community
  • Foote, Shelby
  • Fort Loudon
  • Freemasonry
  • Funeral Invitations
  • Genealogy Sources
  • George IV, King of Great Britain
  • German Creek (Noetown – Cherokee Lake History)
  • Girl Scouts – Jefferson City
  • Goldrush Junction
  • Gore, Albert, Sr.and Jr.
  • Grainger County
  • Grand Ole Opry
  • Granges
  • Great Smoky Mountain National Park
  • Gubernatorial Candidates
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hamblen County Guide Book 1993, 1990, 2001
  • Hamblen County - History
  • Hartford (Cocke Co.) TN
  • Hawkins County
  • Hicks, Ray
  • Highlander Center
  • Houston, Sam
  • Houston’s Mineral Well
  • Hunter, Kermit
  • Ijams Nature Center
  • Inns
  • Integration – Clinton, TN
  • Irwin, John Rice
  • The Japan Center
  • Jarnigan, Bob – County Historian
  • Jefferson City
    • Centennial
    • General
    • History
    • Hospitals
    • Neil Manley “Jefferson City in Days Gone By”
    • Brochures
    • Chamber of Commerce
    • Code of Laws and Ordinances
    • Community Facilities and Public Improvement Program
    • Diamond Jubilee
    • Friends of the Library
    • Hinton Building
    • Jefferson City High School
      • Photo of Honorary Faculty
    • The Elk Echo
    • Jezzibel the Goat
    • Land Use Plan
    • Log School House
    • Modern Literary Club
    • Monday Literary Club
    • Municipal Code
    • Music Club
    • Neighborhood Analysis
    • Nelson Merry School
    • Pop’s Place
    • Recreation Program
    • Regional Planning Committee
    • Subdivision Regulations
    • Transportation Plan
    • Urban Beautification Program
    • Zoning Ordinances
  • Jefferson County
    • General History
    • Booklets and Newspapers
    • Archives
    • Athletes
    • Board of Education – Employees
    • Businesses
    • Census Summary
    • Churches
    • Boyd’s Chapel UME
    • Christ Temple AME Zion
    • First Presbyterian Church
    • First United Methodist Church
    • Grant’s Chapel Methodist Church
    • Hebron United Presbyterian Church
    • Hills Union United Methodist Church
    • Holy Trinity Catholic Church
    • Hopewell Presbyterian Church
    • Lakepointe Community Church
    • Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian
    • Lost Creek Friends (Quaker) Church
    • Loy Memorial Methodist Church
    • Mount Zion United Methodist Church
    • New Market Presbyterian Church
    • New Market United Methodist Church
    • Oakland United Methodist Church
    • Pine Chapel Methodist Church
    • Shady Grove United Methodist Church
    • Wooten’s Chapel Methodist Church
    • Courthouse
    • Economics
    • Education
    • High School Guide
    • Middle School Guide
    • Farm Bureau
    • Founding Festival
    • Genealogical Society
    • High School
    • General
    • Drama Department
    • Evaluation
    • I.D.E.A. Program
    • Report
    • “Voices and Visions”
    • Historic Sites
    • Blackburn House
    • Branner-Hicks House
    • Fain House
    • Fairfax House
    • Fairview
    • Five Chimneys
    • Fred D. Schatz House
    • Gentry Cabin
    • Glenmore Mansion
    • Grand Hotel, New Market
    • Henry’s Station
    • Holly Oaks
    • Hynds House
    • Jefferson County Museum
    • John Chasteen House
    • Lawson D. Franklin House, White Pine
    • Longmire House
    • McSpadden House
    • Nichols House
    • Rankin House
    • Roper Mansion
    • Roper Tavern
    • Southern Belle Plantation
    • Squirewood Hall
    • Vance Building
    • Westminister Place
    • Historical Society
    • Humanities Council
    • Industries
    • Kansas Community
    • Land Use Plan
    • Jefferson County Standard – Newspaper
    • Jefferson County Volunteer Contributors, Inc.
    • Jefferson/Washington County – Petitions
    • Population, 1960’s
    • Postal Service
    • Privates Acts
    • Retired Teachers Association
    • Schools
    • School Board Policies
    • Social Services
    • Underground Railroad
    • Veterans
    • Zinc Mines
  • Jenkins, Ray
  • Johnson, Andrew
  • Jonesboro, TN
  • Jonesboro – Education
  • Kay’s Ice Cream
  • Kefauver, Estes
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • King’s Mountain
  • Knoxville
    • History
    • Louis Philippe, King of France (1830-1848), Diary of Travels in America
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Lay, Dr. Elery A.
  • Leadvale
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln Memorial University
  • Local History Projects
  • “Lost Counties of Tennessee”
  • Maps
    • Cemeteries – TVA – Relocation (Oversize)
    • Cherokee and Douglas Lakes
    • Cherokee Reservoir – TVA
    • Cherokee Reservoir – TVA  (Oversize)
    • Douglas Reservoir – TVA
    • Douglas Reservoir – TVA  (Oversize)
    • Grainger County, TN
    • Jefferson City, TN
    • Jefferson County, TN
    • New Market, TN
    • Tennessee
  • Maury Academy
  • McBride, Robert M.
  • McWherter, Governor Ned
  • Medicine – Appalachia
  • Melungeons
  • Melungeons – “Walk Toward the Sunset” (Drama)
  • Methodists – Tenn – History
  • Middlesboro, KY
  • Miller, Helen Topping
  • Mills
  • Mitchell, Margaret
  • Mooresburg Elementary School
  • Mooresburg, TN
  • Morristown – History
  • Morristown College
  • Mossy Creek
  • Mossy Creek Wildlife Viewing Area
  • Mossy Creek, Battle of
  • Mount LeConte
  • Mountain View Youth Development Center
  • Muddy Creek (Jefferson County)
  • Mulberry Gap Elementary School
  • Museum of Appalachia
  • Nashville - History
  • Nashville Galleries and Museums
  • New Market
    • Academy
    • Elementary School
    • History
    • Train Wreck – 1904
  • Newport – Cocke County
  • Oak Grove Community
  • Oak Ridge – History
  • Organs-Randall Dyer and Associates
  • Parrottsville, TN
  • Phone Books – Jefferson City, Dandridge, White Pine – Five Rivers Area
  • Physicians
  • Piedmont
  • Polk, James Knox
  • Polk County, TN
  • Present-Day Club
  • Presley, Elvis
  • Quilts
  • Railroads
  • Ramp Festival (Cosby, TN)
  • Rogersville, TN
  • Roane County, TN
  • Robertson, James
  • Rugby
  • Rugel Church Furnishings
  • Rural Electrification- Electricity
  • Rutledge, TN
  • Scopes Trial
  • September 11, 2001 – Terrorists Attacks
  • Sevier, John
  • Sevier County
  • Sevierville, TN
  • Shady Grove
  • Shakers
  • Shield’s Tavern (Blaine, TN)
  • Shipe and Catlett Hardware
  • Sizer Family Papers – Tulane Library
  • Smoky Mountain Historical Society
  • Smoky Mountain Passion Play
  • Sneedville, TN
  • Sons of the Revolution
  • Springdale Elementary School
  • Stokely Brothers
  • Strawberry Plains
  • Swannsylvania
  • Talbott
  • Talbott Elementary School
  • Tate, Bill
  • Tate Spring
  • Tazewell, TN and New Tazewell, TN
  • Tellico Dam Project
  • Tennessee
    • 200-Bicentennial
    • Bibliography
    • Blue Books
    • Description and Travel
    • Head Start Program
    • Historical Signs
    • Historical Society
    • History
    • History – Early Counties
    • Homecoming 1986
    • “Laws Made Plain”
    • Population
    • Post Offices – Art
    • State Museum
  • Tennessee Newspaper and Printing Museum
  • Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  • Tennessee Women
  • Townsend, TN
  • Trial of Clinton, TN (Civil Rights)
  • U.S. History – Civil War – 1861-1865
  • University of Tennessee – History
  • Unto These Hills (Drama)
  • Vardy Community
  • Vincent, Bert
  • Walters, Herbert S.
  • Washburn (Grainger Co.) TN
  • Watauga Academy
  • Weather
  • Well-drilling
  • White Caps (Sevier County, TN)
  • White Patriot Party
  • White Pine
    • Land Use Analysis
    • School
  • Whitesburg, TN
  • Whitehead, Don
  • Wild Flowers
  • Wilson, Woodrow
  • World’s Fair (Knoxville – 1982), (Brussells – 1958)
  • World War, 1939-1945
    • Newspapers
  • Younce, Tobias