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Perry County, Tennessee: History and Families, 1820-1995

Perry County, Tennessee Biographies

1820 Census: Perry County, Tennessee

1880 Census: Perry County, Tennessee

Biographical Directory, Tennessee General Assembly, 1796-1967: Lewis County, Wayne County, Perry County







Old Home Place: Pioneer Mountain Life in Polk County, Tennessee; Faces and Places in the Mountains of Polk County Before There Was a Cherokee National Forest icon

Polk County, Tennessee Biographies icon

Ocoee Street

Confederate History of Polk County icon

Ducktown Back in Raht's Time

Polk County, Tennessee Marriage Records: 1894-1907 icon

In Touch With The Past A Guide to Historic Places and Homes in Fannin County, Georgia and Polk County, Tennessee icon




Cookeville and Putnam County: Images of America

Putnam County, Tennessee Circuit Court Minutes: 1842-1850

A Time For Looking Back: Putnam County Veterans, Their Families and the Vietnam War

Stray Leaves From Putnam County History

Pictorial History of Putnam County, Tennessee

Putnam County, Tennessee: 1850 - 1970

Biographical Directory, Tennessee General Assembly, 1796-1969: Clay County, Jackson County, Putnam County

Putnam County Tennessee Diaries, Letters, Wills and Other Records icon 




Records of Rhea: A Condensed County History icon

John McClellan's Survey Book: The Fourth Survey District of Tennessee, 1808-1810
Anderson, Bledsoe, Rhea, Roane, Campbell and Overton Counties

Rhea County in Old Newspapers: 1809-1834

Rhea and Meigs Counties (Tennessee) in the Confederate War icon




Roane County, Tennessee County Court Minutes: 1819-1821

Visions of Our Past: A Pictorial History of Roane County

The History of Roane County, Tennessee: 1801 - 1870

Marriages of Roane County, Tennessee: 1801-1838 icon

Marriage Records of Roane County, Tennessee, 1801-1855

The Story of Oliver Springs, Tennessee and Its People




The Luther BARNES Family of Cheatham, Davidson & Robertson Counties, Tennessee icon

Red River Settlers: Records of the Settlers of Northern Montgomery, Robertson, and Sumner Counties, Tennessee

Marriages of Robertson County, Tennessee, 1839-1861 icon

The Goodspeed Histories of Montgomery, Robertson, Humphreys, Stewart, Dickson, Cheatham, Houston Counties of Tennessee

Cemetery Records of Robertson County, Tennessee icon

Robertson County, Tennessee Court Minutes, 1796-1807 CD

Hospitality Homes And Historic Sites In Western Robertson County, Tennessee




Heart of Tennessee: The Story and Images of Historic Rutherford County

Hearthstones: The Story of Historic Rutherford County Homes

History and Families of Rutherford County, Tennessee

A History of Rutherford County

Rutherford County, Tennessee Court Minute Book

Marriages of Rutherford County, Tennessee: 1804-1872 icon

Land Deed Genealogy of Rutherford County, Tennessee

Annals of Rutherford County

Rutherford County, Tennessee Bible, Family and Tombstone Records

Rutherford County, Tennessee Pioneers Born Before 1800

Wills and Inventories of Rutherford County, Tennessee icon

A Glimpse of News Past
"In her attic Rita Frost Lynch found rare, intact copies of the Courier, Murfreesboro's first newspaper, from the years 1830-1832.
Stories, business notices, advertisements, and news items offer rare insight into not only Rutherford County in the early 1830s, but also the world. Articles vary from an entertaining account of a young sleep walker to an involved discussion of the present disturbances in Europe. Ads and essays give a firsthand look at the social culture of the age with classifieds reporting runaway slaves and letters reminding women of their secondary status.


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