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New Tennessee State Library And Archives Building Set To Open In April

The Tennessee State Library and Archives, TSLA, is scheduled to open to the public on April 13 in its new location on the northeast corner of the Bicentennial Mall at the intersection of Rep. John Lewis Way N. and Jefferson St. “It is an exciting time for TSLA as we are only weeks away from opening the doors to this important resource for our great state,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett. “This state-of-the-art facility will ensure ... (click for more)

Curtis Coulter's history of Sale Creek book, "An Excursion to the Past," has been released. The road sign is the Shipley Hollow road and cemetery where so many of the local Pitty Pat Hollow tales originate. They are included in the book as local folklore.
Curtis Coulter's history of Sale Creek book, "An Excursion to the Past," has been released. The road sign is the Shipley Hollow road and cemetery where so many of the local Pitty Pat Hollow tales originate. They are included in the book as local folklore.

Curtis Coulter Releases Book On History Of Sale Creek "An Excursion To The Past"

Chickamauga And Chattanooga National Military Park And The Underground Railroad Network To Freedom


Curtis Coulter's "An Excursion to the Past" is a unique, historical book of two small towns in America with long histories, beginning in 1775 with the sale of 20 million acres of land by the Cherokee Indian Nation to the Transylvania Company. That event sparked the great Indian Wars of East ... (click for more)

The Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park officially became part of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom in 2020. The National Park Service operates a National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program to coordinate preservation and education efforts nationwide and ... (click for more)



Remembering The Fallen From The Great War

John Shearer: Early Riverside High Graduates Recall Joy, Challenges Of New School

Original Glass Plate Negative Of President Benjamin Harrison In Chattanooga Found


When President Woodrow Wilson addressed a joint session of the U. S. Congress on 02 April, 1917, he found himself reversing his previous position that the United States would remain neutral in ... (click for more)

In late August 1963, thousands descended on Washington. D.C., for the famous march and rally to push for a federal civil rights bill, a gathering that culminated with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ... (click for more)

Picnooga/Chattanooga Historical Society has acquired the original glass plate negative attributed to the photographer A. A. Haskell of President Benjamin Harrison’s April 15, 1891 visit to Chattanooga. ... (click for more)


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