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Scott

Scott County, Tennessee County Court Minutes: 1850-1855

Scott County, Tennessee Marriages: 1854-1880

A Pictorial History of Scott County, Tennessee

Diary of Bettie (Phillips) TOOMEY of Helenwood, Tennessee

County Scott and its Mountain Folk

Dusty Bits of the Forgotten Past: a History of Scott County (Tennessee) icon

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Sequatchie

Sequatchie County, Tennessee County Court Minutes icon

Sequatchie County Tennessee Wills & Inventories icon

Sequatchie: A Story of the Southern Cumberlands icon

Sequatchie County: A Story of a Place and Its People icon

Sequatchie Families: Biographical Sketches of the Earlier Settlers of the Sequatchie Valley of Tennessee icon

Sequatchie Valley Bible Records icon

Sequatchie County icon

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Sevier

The Gentle Winds of Change: A History of Sevier County, Tennessee, 1900-1930

Sevier County Saga: The Bicentennial Celebration in Sevier County, Tennessee icon

Lost Attractions of Sevier County icon

List of Lands, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1806-1812: Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties icon

Surveyor Entry Book, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1807: Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties icon

The Gentle Winds of Change: A History of Sevier County, Tennessee, 1900-1930 icon

1880 Census: Sevier County, Tennessee

Entry Book 5th Survey District Book A 1-800, and Book C 1601-2548 1816-1823, Two Volumes icon
Early survey books of Tennessee covering land sales and tracts in Anderson, Grainger, Jefferson, Claiborne, Knox, and Sevier Counties.

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Shelby

1880 Census: Shelby County, Tennessee; Head-of-Household Index icon

1916 Memphis City Directory

Biographies of Shelby County, Tennessee; History of Tennessee; Biographies of Memphis, Tennessee icon

History of Memphis, Seventh Tennessee Calvary

Shelby Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution; The History, Brunswick, Shelby County, Tennessee

Rare, Original 1892 Photograph: Howe School for Freedmen, Memphis, Tennessee

Historic Shelby County: An Illustrated History icon

Shelby County, Tennessee Newspaper Abstracts Through 1859

Settlers of Shelby County, Tennessee, and Adjoining Counties

Marriages of Shelby County, Tennessee: 1820-1858

Shelby County, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1819-1850

Old Times in West Tennessee. Reminiscences-Semi-Historic-Of Pioneer Life and the Early Emigrant Settlers in the Big Hatchie Country icon

Memphis Sketches

Our First Century, 1854 - 1954: Published on the occasion of Temple Israel's 100th Anniversary, March 2, 1954, Memphis, Tennessee

History of Saint Mary's in Memphis, Tennessee

History of St. Agnes' Academy, Memphis, Tennessee, 1851-1926

Collierville, Tennessee: Her People and Neighbors

Original 1826 Newspaper: New Harmony & Nashoba Gazette, a Newspaper Edited by Robert Dale Owens and Frances Wright, founder of Nashoba, the slave emancipation community near Memphis, Tennessee.

Heroes and Heroines of Memphis: Or, Reminisces of the Yellow Fever Epidemics That Afflicted the City of Memphis During the Autumn Months of 1873, 1878, and 1879. to Which is Added a Graphic Description of Missionary Life in Eastern Arkansas icon

St. George's Episcopal Church, Germantown, Tennessee: The First Twenty Years icon

The Memphis Commercial Appeal: the History of a Southern Newspaper

Confederates of Elmwood: A Compilation of Information Concerning Confederate Soldiers and Veterans Buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee

One Hundred Years of the Commercial Appeal... the Greatest Romance in American Journalism 1840-1940 icon

The Moving Appeal: Mr. McClanahan, Mrs. Dill, and the Civil War's Great Newspaper Run icon

Nineteenth Century Memphis Families of Color 1850 - 1900 icon

Black Pastors and Leaders: Memphis, 1819-1972Elmwood: Charter, Rules, Regulations and By-Laws

The Holy Innocents. the Story of a Historic Church and Country Parish (Haysville, Wythe Depot) Arlington, Shelby County, Tenn. icon

A History of Fisherville and a History of the Fisherville Civic Club icon

Tales of Old Whitehaven

Along the Old Stage-Coach Road. Morning Sun and Brunswick, Shelby County, Tennessee

Good Abode: Nineteenth Century Architecture in Memphis and Shelby County icon

Standard History of Memphis, Tennessee From a Study of the Original Sources

Past Times: Stories of Early Memphis icon

A Brief History of the Greek-American Community of St. George, Memphis, Tennessee 1962-1982 icon

City on the Bluff: History and Heritage of Memphis

History of Medicine in Memphis

Overton Park icon

The History of the Memphis & Shelby County Bar icon

Metropolis of the American Nile: An Illustrated History of Memphis and Shelby County icon

Shelby County, Tennessee: WPA Records

Shelby Co., Tennessee Tax List 1837 icon

Ordinances of the Taxing District of Shelby County Tennessee icon

Shelby County Tennessee. Facts-About Ag. , Industry, Health, Roads, Ed. , Etc.
(1927)

Politics of Change: the Restructure and Administration of Shelby County Government, 1974-1994 icon

A Biblical People in the Bible Belt: the Jewish Community of Memphis, Tennessee, 1840-1960
"As both a historian and a member of the community about which she writes, Selma S. Lewis narrates the life of Jews in Memphis from the antebellum period through the civil rights movements of the 1960s. She poignantly describes the origins and development of a healthy relationship between her "biblical people" and the people of the Bible Belt. The result is an important work of Jewish, American, and Southern religious history."

Early Memphis and Its River Rivals icon

Sold! Unique, original antique 1854 advertising circular: FALLS & CASH, Cotton Brokers, Memphis, Tennessee, G. FALLS, F. M. CASH icon

Memphis Riots and Massacres

Memphis City Directory icon

Tracks to the Past: a Pictorial History of Millington, North Shelby County and South Tipton County icon

Memories of Beale Street

Cotton Row to Beale Street: A Business History of Memphis icon

Beale Black and Blue: Life and Music on Black America's Main Street icon

The Orpheum! Where Broadway Meets Beale

The Biography of a River Town: Memphis: Its Heroic Age icon

A History of Fisherville and a History of the Fisherville Civic Club icon

The Robert R. CHURCH Family of Memphis: Guide to the Papers with Selected Facsimiles of Documents and Photographs

The Home Place: a Memory and a Celebration icon
DRAKE

Memphis State University AFROTC Alumni Biographies icon

St. Mary's Cathedral 1858-1958: History of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Memphis, which became Cathedral, Diocese of Tennessee in 1871

Intertwined: a History of the First Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee icon

History of Trinity United Methodist Church (Memphis, TN) 1915-1975 icon

The Great Book, Calvary Protestant Episcopal Church-1832-1972, Memphis/Shelby County/Tennessee icon

The CRUMBLISSes of Kingston icon

Kate MAGEVNEY and the Christmas Miracle: A Child's Christmas in Memphis (1850) icon

A History of Idlewild Presbyterian Church, Memphis, Tennessee: 1890-1990

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Smith

Sold! Carthage - Smith County, TN Newspapers Vol. I 1809 - 1913

Supplement The Carthage Post 1903 - Hand Book of Smith County (Tennessee)

Smith County, Tennessee Biographies icon

Smith County, Tennessee Chancery Court Records: 1824-1871

Smith County Tennessee Deed Book B 1801-1807 Index icon

Smith County Tennessee Deed Books B-M: 1800-1835, Volume 1

Smith County, Tennessee Deed Books N-U: 1835-1852

Deeds 1807 - 1811, Smith County Tennessee, Volume 2

Smith County, Tennessee Wills and Inventories icon

Smith County, Tennessee Court Minutes: 1799-1804

Smith County, Tennessee Marriages 1838, 1845-1854 icon

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Stewart

History of Stewart County, Tennessee

1840 Census: Stewart County, Tennessee

1880 Census: Stewart County, Tennessee

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

Stewart County, Tennessee Biographies icon

Stewart County Heritage - Dover, Tennessee

Marriages of Stewart County, Tennessee, 1838-1866

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Sullivan

Double Destiny: The Story of Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia icon

Inventory of the County Archives of Tennessee: Sullivan County

Sullivan County, Tennessee Death Records

Between the States: Bristol TN/VA: During the Civil War icon

Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1850 for Sullivan County, Tennessee icon

Entering a New Century: Sullivan County, Tennessee, 1895-1905

Sullivan County Marriages, 1861-1870

Sullivan County, Tennessee Biographies

Sullivan County Tennessee Deed Book...

Sullivan County, Tennessee Will Book 1 1830-1870

Entering a New Century: Sullivan County, Tennessee, 1895-1905

Adventure II, Flatboats 'Round the Bend, and Journey II, Footsteps of the Past

Historic Sullivan: A History of Sullivan County, Tennessee With Brief Biographies of the Makers of History icon
"Oliver Taylor's book (just as he wrote it) remains the single most important work on the history of Sullivan County, Tennessee. This reprint has the added value of a name index.

"The first nineteen chapters deal with early activities in the Holston Valley, starting with the Cherokee settlements. Taylor records the history of the area with a sympathetic account of the Cherokee's plight. At the same time he tells of the brave frontier men and women and their constant battles with the Indians, recording the hardship of early citizens such as John Donelson and those who made the perilous river voyage with him. He tells of Isaac Shelby and the Wataugans, as they tried to subdue the Holston Valley wilderness, and the unconquerable spirit of those who attempted to start the State of Franklin. His admirations for East Tennessee's early pioneers is evident, and he has scattered biographies of the Sullivan County "Makers of History" throughout the book.

"Included in the latter half of this volume are chapters devoted to early industry, the church, agriculture, methods of travel and message transmission (including early post offices), the newspaper and politics, and some interesting "Odds and Ends."

Adventures in Education, Sullivan County, 1773-1983

The Book of KINGs: The KING Family's Contribution to the History of Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia icon

Bristol, TN/VA: A History, 1852-1900 icon

Kingsport: a Romance of Industry icon

Historic Sites of Sullivan County icon

Pioneers in Paradise: Legends and Stories From Bristol, TN/VA icon

Families and History of Sullivan County, Tennessee: 1779 - 1992

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Sumner

The Descendants of John GARRISON of Sumner County, Tennessee

Sumner County, Tennessee Cemetery Records

Sumner County, Tennessee, Probate Data 1787-1808

Sumner County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1787-1805 and 1808-1810

Marriages of Sumner County, Tennessee, 1787-1838

Sumner County, Tennessee Deed Abstracts: 1793-1805 icon

Sumner County, Tennessee Deed Abstracts: 1806-1817 icon

Sumner County, Tennessee Bond Book: 1787-1835 icon

Sumner County, Tennessee Bible Records icon

Sumner County, Tennessee Biographies

Sumner County, Tennessee, Will Abstracts: 1779 - 1842

One Step Further, a History of the Thirteenth District of Sumner County icon

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

Historic Sumner County, Tennessee with Genealogies of the BLEDSOE, CAGE and DOUGLASS Families...

Historic Rock Castle; A History of Hendersonville, Tennessee, and Surrounding Area icon

Edward GREEN of Sumner Co., Tennessee & Descendants

Josephus Conn GUILD and Rose Mont: Politics and Plantation in Nineteenth Century Tennessee

Gallatin 200: A Time Line History Celebrating the Bicentennial of Gallatin, Tennessee

1860 U. S. Census: Sumner County, Tennessee

Great Leap Westward: a History of Sumner County, Tennessee From Its Beginnings to 1805

Sumner County, Tennessee Index to the Loose Records: 1786-1930

Rebellion Revisited a History of Sumner County, Tennessee From 1861 to 1870 icon

Old Sumner: A History of Sumner County, Tennessee from 1805 - 1861

Around Gallatin & Sumner County, Tennessee: Images of America, Volume II

African-American Life In Sumner County, TN

1770-1790 Census of the Cumberland Settlements: Davidson, Sumner, and Tennessee Counties (in What is Now Tennessee) icon

Land, Slaves, and Other Courthouse Transactions, 1808-1863: Abstracts of Sumner County, Tennessee

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